Susan is a Director of Eramboo and has been instrumental in the early development stages of Eramboo’s transition phases right through to the present day. Susan has taught Sculpture classes at Eramboo since 1994 & has been the guiding force for many talented artists emerging through the doors of Eramboo. A practising Artist in her own right with a long list of exhibitions & shows to her credit as well as in collaboration with her partner Greg Stonehouse. She is a driving force behind Eramboo & her dedication to the future of Eramboo is commendable. www.milnestonehouse.com
Greg Stonehouse – Director
Greg is a Director of Eramboo & along with Susan has a long history in the early development stages of Eramboo. Greg has been the voice & front person for Eramboo on a number of formal & informal occasions. His dedication to the pursuit of creating an artist environment that can be shared by the community & promoting the arts has been on-going. Greg has been a practising artist for over 20 years in both the public domain & galleries. www.milnestonehouse.com
Jenny Green – Director
Jenny has spent her professional career working in the area of not-for-profit governance and management as an academic and a company director. Through her interest in community engagement and civil society she has developed a strong belief in the importance of the arts in shaping and reflecting identity and culture. Working with Eramboo allows Jenny to contribute to an organisation that is making this happen. Jenny holds a degree in Education from Melbourne University, a Master of Arts in Special Education from Macquarie University, and a Doctorate of Philosphy from the University of Technology Sydney.
Brian Young – Director
Brian Young has an extensive background in finance and commerce gained in Australia and abroad. He has served on company Boards and held executive positions in the industrial, hospitality and education sectors. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of NSW and a Master of Science (in Management Services) from the University of Durham, UK. While he makes no claims about being a professional artist, he has participated in a number of sculpture exhibitions and enjoys painting for himself and friends.
Selena Griffith – Director
Selena Griffith is a Designer, Educator and Facilitator with 25 years of experience delivering innovation in Business, Government, Tertiary and Third Sector contexts. She leverages design to support Sustainability, Social Impact, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. She has authored books on Collaboration, Innovation and entrepreneurship and works with teams to enable them to deliver outstanding projects.
Margot Woodward – Director
Margot has had a long connection with the arts industry throughout her working life. Most recently as Manager, Cultural Services at Warringah Council and as the Director ofthe Glen Street Theatre in Belrose. Prior to that she was a Management Consultant working with a number of key arts organisations. Margot has also held board memberships with a number of well known arts bodies and brings not only highly developed communication skills but also extensive experience and networks within arts management throughout Australia
Sally Howe – Arts Officer
Sally has had a long association with Eramboo both as an artist and a graphic designer and brings a number of hats to her role as Arts Officer. She has worked as a researcher and producer in ABC Radio Archives; as a studio potter in Jamberoo; as a Graphic Designer and as an English teacher. While often time poor, she continues her ceramic art practice producing both tableware and sculptural works.
Liz Bender – Arts Officer
Liz took up her appointment at Eramboo in February 2019. She has been involved creatively and professionally with the arts for many years both within Australia and abroad. A practicing artist, Liz has exhibited in galleries across the United States. Her professional background includes arts administration, business management, art education and curatorial work. Liz works for Eramboo part-time on Tuesdays & Thursdays.
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