Alumni

Julie Tanneau

Julie Tanneau, is a project manager and exhibition curator at COAL, the Coalition for art and sustainable development. Having just graduated from a master’s degree in Management of Culture, Arts and Heritage, she first had a multidisciplinary university course combining human sciences and culture. After a first experience in tourism and heritage, she returned to … Read more Julie Tanneau

Sophie Cornet

Since 2011, Sophie has worked as sustainability manager at the Royal Theatre of La Monnaie in Brussels. She coordinates the Environmental and Corporate Social Responsibility strategy. She has developed strong collaborations around culture and climate change in Belgium, France and through the Opera Europa network. Since 2009, Sophie has gained broad experience in managing innovative … Read more Sophie Cornet

Chiara Donadoni

Chiara has been working in development cooperation for the last 6 years. For the last 3 years, Chiara has been working for an NGO, 11.11.11, Platform of the Flemish North-South Movement, on ecological justice, democracy and culture. In Congo, she has collaborated with a cultural platform (Plateforme Contemporaine), with the aim of giving artistic and … Read more Chiara Donadoni

Lucy Davies

Lucy Davies has been the Executive Producer at London’s Royal Court since 2013. She is the Chair of London Theatre Consortium and Chair of Trustees for Clod Ensemble. Lucy was the founding Executive Producer at National Theatre Wales with Artistic Director John McGrath 2009-2013. Her earlier career includes National Theatre, Donmar Warehouse, Kneehigh Theatre and … Read more Lucy Davies

Kelly Lovelady

Kelly Lovelady is the founding Artistic Director and conductor of Ruthless Jabiru, a London chamber orchestra dedicated to exploring humanitarian stories through new music. Ruthless Jabiru’s programmes are devised around existing and commissioned repertoire by today’s com- posers with a view to promoting compassion, sustainability and social consciousness. Recent projects have included a tribute to … Read more Kelly Lovelady

Julia Earley

Julia Earley works at the intersection of culture and environment across festivals, projects and events. Initially inspired by participating in a two month cycling tour performing a play about sustainability in Canada, Julia now works with non-profit organisations and community groups in Melbourne, Australia. Most recently she worked with CLIMARTE on the festival ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2017. … Read more Julia Earley

Kim Karrak

Kim is an independent leadership consultant and coach at Karrak Consulting, with 30 years’ experience in initiating, designing and facilitating change and development programmes. His work supports communities and organisations to be more sustainable and life-giving. He provides personal coaching support for leaders and change agents, and facilitates action-learning programs with a strong ‘leadership for … Read more Kim Karrak

Laia Sanahuja Mila

Laia is a cultural manager in the public sector. Laia has a degree in Media Studies and a Post-Graduate degree in Cultural Production and Communication. Since 2005, Laia has worked at Catalan Institute for Cultural Companies (ICEC), a public regional agency that supports the development of Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI). She is coordinating a … Read more Laia Sanahuja Mila

Anthony Roberts

Currently director of Colchester Arts Centre just north east of London in UK. The venue promotes an eclectic range of performing arts from jazz, folk, rock, world music to comedy, theatre, poetry dance and performance arts. The venue also acts as producer to several artists in the UK and the international troupe Reverend Billy & … Read more Anthony Roberts

Dijana Rakovic

Dijana is a Project Manager at Counterpoints Arts, the leading arts charity in the UK working with the themes of migration and displacement – working across arts, advocacy, academia, activism and policy. Dijana’s role spans the interconnected production, curation and participation strands. She leads on the production of London events for Counterpoints Arts’ music programme … Read more Dijana Rakovic

Ellen McDougall

Ellen McDougall is Artistic Director at the Gate Theatre. She previously Gate Theatre directed Idomeneus for the Gate in 2014. Her credits include a critically acclaimed production of Othello at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at the Globe, the Lyric’s annual pantomime — Aladdin by Joel Horwood (2016) and Cinderella by Tom Wells (2015), The Rolling … Read more Ellen McDougall

Victoria Burns

Victoria is an arts curator and producer and is currently Programme Producer for arts and environmental science organisation, Invisible Dust. She is particularly interested in the interrelational benefits of science, technology and the arts. As curator and programmer at the Big Chill festivals, Victoria pioneered the development of alternative entertainments and cross-art collaborations. She was … Read more Victoria Burns