Lauren Black – Incoming Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Lauren Black has enjoyed an diverse career working for and collaborating with non-profit and national arts organisations across broadcasting, music, theatre, visual arts and education.
An experienced marketing and communications professional, Lauren is in a unique position to support creatives not only from an artistic perspective but also from a business and communications point of view.
A jazz musician and radio presenter with over 20 years experience, Lauren fronted and ran Canberra Big Band In Full Swing as well as working independently across the jazz scene, hosting the live-broadcast concert series Friday Night Live and being a founding member of the Jazz Uncovered Music Festival.
Born and raised in Albury, Lauren has a personal connection to Murray region and is serious about advocating for the value of arts in regional communities.
Alyce Fisher – Outgoing Executive Director – email@example.com
Alyce Fisher is no stranger to the role of RADO Executive Director, having previously worked as the Regional Arts Development Officer for South West Arts, based in Deniliquin from 2009 – 2013. There she worked to raise the profile of the organisation instigating numerous arts projects which left an impressive mark on the region’s art scene.
Having joined Murray Arts in January 2017, Alyce’s mission is to deliver outstanding programs and projects for the local arts community.
With a background in the dramatic arts, Alyce has extensive experience in touring, production and development, having run her own theatre company, she is acutely aware of the challenges facing artists in regional areas and is passionate about guiding the Murray Arts catchment in new and exciting directions.
Nat Ord – Communications & Engagement Officer – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nat Ord is an award-winning photographic artist. She has a passion for environment, place, and personal stories meld together in her environmental portraiture. As a photographic storyteller, Nat’s aesthetic is impressionable and always predetermined by her subject and their story. This dictates where, when and how she gets her capture to best portray the narrative at hand.
Nat is also passionate about woodcarving, sculpting and blacksmithing, resource reuse and environment. On her days off she can be found absorbing inspiration from her beloved Chiltern- Mt Pilot National Park or working on her wood and metal projects in the shed of the family farm.
Nat joined the Murray Arts Team in August 2019, and her experience in photography and art has given her a huge respect for the importance and impact regional arts play in building community, introducing new ideas and as a way to tell our stories.
Rod Bramich – Bookkeeper
Rod Bramich joins us in the office at Murray Arts to support the organisation with bookkeeping and reporting functions. All enquiries regarding accounts please email: email@example.com
Aboriginal Arts Officer