IACA Management Committee

The IACA Management Committee has provided leadership and guidance for the organisation and with its mix of artists, artsworkers and Art Centre Managers it continues to provide vital industry representation for the membership.

After analysing the results of a document review, two surveys (for the Management Committee and the members) and a workshop, it is clear IACA is a respected and trusted organisation, highly valued by it's members and participants for its record of providing services to members and delivering innovative initiatives and programs.

Tracker Development 2017/18 Governance Appraisal Report

 

The 2020 -21 IACA Management Committee as elected at the IACA Annual General Meeting, 28 October 2020:

Harold Ludwick, Deputy President IACA Management Committee

Harold Ludwick

President

Hopevale Arts & Cultural Centre, Hopevale

Phil Rist, President IACA Management Committee

Phil Rist

Committee Member

EO Girringun AB CORP,  Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre, Cardwell

Vikki Burrows, Treasurer IACA Management Committee

Vikki Burrows

Treasurer

Bana Yirriji Art and Cultural Centre, Wujal Wujal

Solomon Booth, Committee Member IACA Management Committee

Solomon Booth

Committee Member

Ngalmun Lagau Minaral Art Centre, Mua Island

Joann Russo, Committee Member IACA Management Committee

Joann Russo

Committee Member

Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre, Cardwell

Bereline Loogatha, Committee Member IACA Management Committee

Bereline Loogatha

Committee Member

MI ART Centre, Mornington Island

John Armstrong, Committee Member IACA Management Committee

John Armstrong

Committee Member

MI ART Centre, Mornington Island

Justin Bishop, Committee Member IACA Management Committee

Justin Bishop

Committee Member

Wei’num Arts & Crafts, Mapoon

 

Florence Gutchen, Committee Member IACA Management Committee

Florence Gutchen

Committee Member

Erub Arts, Darnley Island

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