News about the ISACS Annual General Meeting 2019
We are delighted to introduce our three new members to the Irish Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle Network board!
Please welcome the three newly elected board directors:
• Niamh Colbert
Niamh has worked with Waterford Spraoi for the past 18 years, initially as an artist but in recent years as an Arts Manager and Financial Manager. She has a National Diploma in Fine Art from W.I.T., a FETAC level 6 qualification in Arts Administration and an ACCA Certified Accounting Technician.
She also regularly partakes in upskill training with the Arts Council and Waterford Chamber of Commerce covering areas such as governance, data protection, financial reporting, employment legislation and child protection.
• Elisa Gallo Rosso
Elisa Gallo Rosso is a professional circus and street performer and maker who has been working in the art, multimedia and performance fields for the last two decades. Elisa’s background and experience covers a broad range of interests and skills that vary from puppetry and clowning to architectural studies.
Lately Elisa has been undertaking projects and responsibilities in the socially engaged art world, exploring innovative models of creative engagement in community work with both local and European partners.
• Miriam Dunne
Founding member of Waterford Spraoi, now working as freelance programmer and manager on various festivals, including Spraoi, Cat Laughs, Kilkenomics, and Winterval Waterford. Previous work has included St Patricks Festivals Dublin and Cork, and Tall Ships Waterford. Member of the Arts Council of Ireland from 2014-2019. Graduated from WIT with degree in bi-lingual business administration.
We are looking forward to working with you!
The Irish Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle Network (ISACS) represent over a hundred members who annually vote for their board of 5 - 10 Directors. Check out the ISACS Annual Report 2018.
Board Directors give their time and expertise to the direction of the Network. If you would like to know about ISACS' voting procedures, read our previous post about the candidates 2018 and 2019.
ISACS Review of 2018