Kirsty Hillyer has worked within Arts Management since 2006, managing programmes of work in excess of £300,000 involving a range of high quality artforms and numerous partners and agendas.
Adrienne Frances has worked within participatory arts for the past nine years. Her role has fluctuated between artist and project manager, as she endeavours to bring creative options to any task at hand.
Tina Francis is a creative community galvaniser, a dot joiner. Tina is a tapestry maker using second hand wool to connect stitch through memory to make original works. As a participatory practitioner she works with communities to learn stitching skills, make large scale collaborative artworks and use recyled materials for big weaving with early years children.
ASSOCIATE ARTIST / EVALUATOR
Sue Challis is working towards a PhD at Coventry University which is grant supported by the Economic Social Research Council and Imagineer Productions. Her focus is on investigating the possibilities for evaluation of creative community projects in terms of their impact on qualitative outcomes such as “social cohesion” and “community well-being”.
Siân Field is an education professional specialising in English Literature. With a strong background in youth work, development and event management, she offers We are Frilly her broad expertise and advice in the development of programmes of work.
Matt Snowden is a business whiz at the University of West London. He supports We are Frilly in any business / legal / official-ness that we ever need to think about. He's also a nice man!