General Manager Update

The Last Great Hunt congratulates General Manager Lauren Brunswick on her new role as Programs Manager at the Chamber of Arts and Culture WA.
“Lauren has excelled over the past 2 years, implementing key developments. An artist-led company like ours is complex, particularly for the executive officer. Lauren has been exemplary in this challenging environment, driving significant behind-the-scenes improvements across all areas of the organisation,” commented Jim Cathcart, Chair of The Last Great Hunt.
Adriane Daff, one of the Core Artists of The Last Great Hunt said, “Lauren is a powerhouse of energy, enthusiasm and ideas. When she came to our theatre company, crossing over from film, she brought with her an out of the box style of thinking that refreshed us and set the tone for a new chapter in our organisation. It’s a bittersweet moment in our ever changing industry when you know the time has come for someone to move onto their next adventure even if you are sad to see them go. At The Last Great Hunt we highly value taking on a new challenge and we are delighted for Lauren and her new appointment and even more thrilled that she will remain connected to us and to the theatre world.”
The WA Chamber of Arts and Culture has been very accommodating in agreeing to a transition arrangement for Lauren, with details and dates to be finalised.
In the short to mid-term, Lauren will continue to provide strategic advice and input on key issues and projects, ensuring her expertise is not lost to the company.In light of Lauren’s departure, The Last Great Hunt will review its staff structure to ensure maximum effectiveness and efficiency before beginning any new recruitment.
Our operations will be under the care of our Business Manager, with projects supported by the Producer and Core Artists.For inquiries, please contact Chair Jim Cathcart at 0412 282 296 or Core Artist & Marketing Director Adriane Daff on 0412 066 956.

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We are on the lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation, and the lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation.

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