Justine has been Director of Arts Alive Wales since 2008. Responsible for the day to day running and strategic direction of Arts Alive Wales, she also manages our community programme. An arts management professional and qualified chartered accountant formerly with Deloitte UK, she has worked with AAW since 2003.
Rebecca began a new role as AAW’s Arts Development Manager in May 2011. She is responsible for planning a lively programme of arts workshops, courses and events, open to all, at our studio in Crickhowell. Rebecca is also a practising artist specialising in film and photography.
Kathy Young is a Community Projects Manager who has been a member of the team since March 2014 and has led Arts Alive Wales workshops since 2007. Kathy has been a community theatre practitioner since 1987 and is also co-director of Ballyhoo Arts.
Sue joined the staff team in April 2014 to coordinate our Health Lottery project ‘Crafty Women’, a twice-weekly creative textile group for women in North Abergavenny. Her talent and skill with textiles first became apparent on our project ‘Green Fire Fashion’ in 2011. Since then she has become a valued member of our regular community team.
James is a marketing assistant who has joined AAW on a six-month internship. He is responsible for maintaining and developing the website and preparing marketing copy. He has worked at the Wyeside Arts Centre and has studied 20th Century History at the University of Hull.