Jill has worked for various arts venues, festivals and community arts initiatives over the past decade. As a co-producer for Feral she manages a portfolio of movement and performance artists including Al Seed, Sita Pieraccini, Oceanallover and Nic Green. She has also worked for the likes of Solas Festival, Impact Arts and The Arches where she led the practical and logistical delivery of several festivals, exhibitions and events that nurture artistic development and multi-disciplinary art.
Julie joined Dance House Glasgow in April 2015. Julie will be assisting Ailsa Mary with the management of Dance House focusing on financial matters. With a background in visual arts she has a keen interest in music, film and dance.
Joan has been teaching for Dance House Glasgow since 2009 and joined the Dance House Glasgow Team in March 2016 as Programme Manager. You can still find her teaching for us on Wednesday evenings at Scottish Youth Theatre, but she now also manages our adult class programme, our marketing campaigns as well being the main contributor on our social networks. Joan loves wearing vintage, browsing round charity shops and upcycling furniture.
Lottie has enjoyed dance since before she could walk with her mother and grandmother both being dance teachers! Her four years at St Andrews studying Comparative and English Literature were accompanied by working part time for the Creative Learning team at Scottish Dance Theatre where she produced The Great Big Dance Show and SDT’s Commonwealth Games project - a youth company tour of Scotland. This led to a part time job as Producer for new company Joan Clevillé Dance and a full time position as Administrator for the British Ballet Organisation. Since February Lottie has worked part time as the Charity Administrator for Arts 4 Dementia, a charity that runs artistic workshop programmes for people with memory loss, alongside independently running dance classes in Greater London.
Kim has worked in the Scottish arts sector for more than 13 years, managing and supporting projects in theatre, music and visual arts. More recently Kim started working as a freelance fundraiser and Development Manager for a wide range of organisations including Glasgow Connected Arts Network, The Cumnock Tryst and Ignite Theatre. In her spare time Kim is captain of the best 5-a-side football team in Glasgow!
Natalie joined Dance House in May 2015. She has background in music as a flautist and composer, and has enjoyed dance from a young age, especially urban and commercial styles.