Meet ISPA's 2016 Scottish Fellowship Program participant Jennifer Phillips!
Freelance Producer and Project Manager
Jennifer Phillips is a freelance producer and project manager, currently working as joint Artistic Producer at Woodend Barn, as part of Creative Scotland’s Producers’ Project initiative, and a director of Castlegate Arts in Aberdeen.
Jennifer is co-director of recently launched MiniFest, a bi-annual festival of work for young audiences, and represents Dudendance, KaSt Dance Company and Rob Heaslip, amongst others.
Jennifer has a background as a producer and programmer of dance including as Director of the DanceLive Festival and Artistic Director/General Manager of Citymoves Dance Agency, where she led the strategic direction of the organisation and implemented a range of programmes encompassing performance, participation and artist development. Previous to this, she worked with Aberdeen International Youth Festival, Abderite Theatre, Warwick Arts Centre and Chichester Festival Theatre.
Jennifer is passionate about increasing access to, and participation in, arts experiences, and helping artists to create and show new work.
We asked Jennifer to tell us a bit about herself and anything else that she would like to share with the ISPA family. Check-out what she had to say:
ISPA would like to thank Creative Scotland for their support of this important regional initiative.