The Lucy Guerin Inc Board
Elly is currently the Director of Customer Experience at Bank of Melbourne. She was in Strategic Marketing at Westpac, Director of Customer Relations at the Arts Centre and Marketing and Communications Director at ACMI. She holds an MBA from the University of Melbourne and sits on the board of the Jewish Museum.
Robin Fox is a Melbourne based artist working across the often artificial divide between audible and visible arts. As an audio?visual performance artist his work has featured in festivals worldwide. Recent appearances include Mutek Montreal (2012) Mona Foma Hobart (2012),
Unsound festival Warsaw (2011), Trama festival Porto (2011), Elevate festival Graz (2011) and over 50 other cities and festivals over the past 5 years. Other projects include a photography exhibition called Proof of Concept which showed at the Centre for Contemporary Photography in
Melbourne July 2010 and Interior Design, a research project with the Bionic Ear Institute composing music for cochlear implant wearers. He was recently commissioned to build a giant interactive Theremin for the City of Melbourne. He has released numerous CD’s and LP’s on labels including Editions Mego (Vienna), Room 40 (Brisbane), Kranky (US) and Bocian (Poland) and has collaborated with choreographers Gideon Obarzanek, Antony Hamilton and Stephanie Lake. Robin also has a PhD in composition, from Monash University focusing on the development of multi?channel performance ecologies and the design of interactive electro?acoustic situations that explore the dynamic between performer, space and computer; and an MA in musicology, which documents the history of experimental music making in Melbourne 1975?9.
Artistic Director of Lucy Guerin Inc
Peter McCoy has twenty five years of experience in the not for profit arts sector, and his current role is as Director of Corporate Services at the Melbourne Recital Centre.
Previously he has held Director of Finance positions at the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the Melbourne Theatre Company. Peter has worked as a consultant for the arts sector and co-founded artadata software Pty Ltd.
Peter holds a Bachelor of Business in Accounting from Monash University and sits on the Boards of Lucy Guerin Inc and Speak Percussion.
Sarah Miller is Professor of Performance and Associate Dean: Research, Creative and Professional Practice in the Faculty of Creative Arts (FCA, University of Wollongong.
Best known for successive directorships of the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts Ltd - PICA (1994 - 2006) and Performance Space, Sydney (1989 – 1993) Sarah has produced and presented exhibitions, performance programs, festivals and events locally, nationally and internationally, whilst working to ensure that artists, groups and companies are valued and encouraged in the making of their work.
She is the recipient of a prestigious Sidney Myer Performing Arts Facilitator’s Award (2003). Sarah writes regularly on the arts and cultural policy for specialist art journals, magazines, and catalogues, and has extensive governance experience, including membership of the Australia Council’s Theatre Board (2005 – 2007), Drama Committee (1991 – 93), and Hybrid Arts Committee (1994).
Chloe Munro is currently the Chair and Chief Executive Officer of the Clean Energy Regulator. Chloe has had a distinguished career in business and in the public sector in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. Her previous positions have included Commissioner and Chair of the National Water Commission (2004?2012), Chairman of Aquasure (2009?2012), executive director at Telstra (2004?2009) and Secretary of two departments in the Victorian government (1999?2004). In 2001 she was awarded a Centenary Medal for outstanding service to public administration. Chloe holds an MA from the University of Cambridge and an MBA from Westminster University, and is a Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration Australia and of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering.
Lorrae Nicholson is the Development Manager at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) ? a major publicly funded cultural institution. Since joining ACMI in February 2011, she has overseen significant growth in number and scale of the organisation's corporate and philanthropic supporters and has substantially enhanced the fundraising and partnership networks and relationships. Securing major financial and in?kind support for programs and projects, Lorrae has provided a strategic approach to sustainable partnerships and diversification of funding channels. Prior to ACMI, Lorrae has been a development/partnership consultant (clients including State Library of Western Australia Foundation, The Primacy Agency, Leukaemia Foundation, Antarctic Climate and Ecosystem Research Centre) with a background in relationship management in the corporate and non?profit sectors. Most recently this has been with the Mc Auley Foundation and Lifeline Australia in roles managing corporate relations and partnerships. She has a Diploma and Bachelor of Business/Marketing and Honours in Business/Marketing (Dissertation: 'An investigation into corporations' decisions to communicate their Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives').
Cory Parfett is an experienced broadcast journalist and marketing and communications specialist, with extensive professional practice in the cultural sector, government, major events, and festivals delivery, in Australia, the UK and the United States.
An independent producer of music, short film, theatre and events, Cory also has a significant background as a content editor and writer and has worked as a communications consultant and adviser to organisations ranging from Geelong Major Events, to Singapore Power and Film Victoria.
He has 20 years experience in the electronic and print media, corporate, government and arts sectors, public relations, and publishing. Cory is currently Communications Manager at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) at Federation Square.