Britt Guy is a producer, curator, community arts and youth worker who has worked across a range of agencies both nationally and internationally. Britt’s experience includes roles within not for profit organisations (Flying Arts, Youth Arts Qld, Metro Arts), festivals and events (Brisbane, Sydney, Darwin, Melbourne, Newcastle, Slovenia, Cambodia, Croatia) and local government (Brisbane, Logan and Darwin). In these roles, she has established and built upon programs and festivals that invest in the work and development of artists and their creative practices while creating high-quality creative community programming. Britt established her own company in 2013, which independently facilitates and produces high-quality programming with experimental artists, working with innovative community participation models. Through her company, she established and runs two unique trans-cultural artist exchange programs in Slovenia, Croatia and Cambodia, and a contemporary dance initiative Dance Satellite that develops and presents contemporary dance with regional communities. She is the producer of Dance and Theatre at Artback NT.
This panel features dynamic and diverse representation from some of Australia’s leading voices within the regional arts sector. They will engage you in a debate on notions of excellence, community engagement and being objectified as ‘regional'. Listen to the podcast and read the movement response.