Scott Howie - Regional Arts Development Officer
Scott has been contributing to the cultural landscape in the Riverina for over twelve years as a practicing artist, educator and arts administrator. Since moving to Wagga in 1999, Scott has directed theatre for RTC, Gearstick, UTE as well as establishing his own company Jibshot. He has a long history in working with young people as the Artistic Co-ordinator of Riverina Young People’s Theatre and as well as delivering youth workshops across the region. He spent four years at Griffith Regional Theatre, first as Manager, then as creative producer working in partnership with Australia Council and Arts NSW to develop new models for professional performance making in the Riverina. Prior to commencing at Eastern Riverina Arts at the start of 2011, Scott lectured in Design for Theatre and Television at Charles Sturt University.
Sarah McEwan - Communications and Marketing
Sarah has worked part time at Eastern Riverina Arts since May 2010. Sarah has extensive experience in the arts covering all aspects of administration and project co-ordination having worked at Penrith Regional Art Gallery and The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre in the fields of Education and Audience Development. Sarah is part of The Cad Factory, an artist run space in Birrego, 30km from Narrandera. Sarah is a practicing artist and musican.
John Heine - Accounts
John has worked part time at Eastern Riverina Arts since March 2010. John has a background in medicine and became an accountant in later years. John is married with three sons, two of whom work in Wagga Wagga, one as an accountant and the other as a financial planner. John’s interests are AFL (Swans), golf, bowls and travel.