Kitty Taylor is a photographer and visual artist. She has been responsible for the management of the Federal Regional Arts Fund grants program and Marketing & Communications Manager of Tasmanian Regional Arts. Kitty has a wealth of experience in project management, curation and Arts business.
Nathan Tucker is a writer and visual artist. He has extensive experience as a business and marketing manager in corporate and hospitality sectors. He has a strong history of freelance, business and media writing and managed the Community Arts Organisation Rising Phoenix Studios.
Kevin O'Loghlin is a skilled finance officer who has worked in arts administration for over 30 years. He has a demonstrated track record of programming, management, marketing, community/regional art, human resources, payroll and finance positions. After involvement in community theatre in Canberra in the early 1980’s, Kevin travelled to England where he scored a life-changing position in operations of a major regional theatre. On return to Australia he subsequently worked with the Melbourne Theatre Company, West Gippsland Arts Centre, Whitehorse Centre in Nunawading and the Karralyka Centre in Ringwood East. Kevin was the General Manager of Terrapin Puppet Theatre from 2006 to 2018 and is also currently the Finance Officer for Terrapin and The Unconformity.
Clara Martin is a visual artist and writer originally from the west coast of Tasmania. She is currently studying a bachelor of fine arts and her practice involves analog photography, textiles and printmaking. She has a great interest in modernism and art history and draw from a wide range of these sources for inspiration in my work. Clara is also the current director of the powerhouse gallery at Inveresk.