Lord Mayor's Creative Brisbane Advisory Board

The Lord Mayor's Creative Brisbane Advisory Board brings together industry specialists and service providers to provide strategic advice on the future of Brisbane's arts, creative industries and cultural tourism sectors.

The Board comprises of representatives from corporate, public, and not-for-profit sectors, and supports the implementation of the Creative Brisbane Creative Economy 2013-22 strategy by providing a forum for:

  • sharing knowledge and information about relevant activities being planned or considered, to ensure that wider needs and objectives are considered
  • eliminating duplication of activities and projects across Brisbane
  • streamlining external consultation on key projects
  • finding collaborative opportunities across Brisbane's arts, creative industries and cultural tourism sectors
  • optimising internal and external service delivery to Brisbane residents, businesses and visitors.

The Lord Mayor's Creative Brisbane Advisory Board is comprised of the following members:

Name Position
Councillor Matthew Bourke Chairman, Lifestyle and Community Services Committee, Brisbane City Council (Chair)
Paul Spiro Partner, Gadens Brisbane
Kirsten Herring Deputy Director General, Arts Queensland, Queensland Department of Premier and Cabinet
David Whitting Director, White Property Group, White and Partners
Matthew Tobin Principal, Urban Arts Projects
Anna Rooke CEO, QUT Creative Enterprise Australia
Steve Viner CEO, Liquid Animation
Llew Jury Managing Director, Reload Media
James Tuma National Director, Urbis
Anne-Maree Moon General Manager, Leisure, Tourism and Events, Brisbane Marketing
Takeshi Takada Executive Producer, ALT.VFX

Council representatives

Miriam Kent Manager, Connected Communities, Lifestyle and Community Services
Paul Gurney Creative Communities Manager, Connected Communities, Lifestyle and Community Services

Secretariat

Carmel Haugh (Hugh) Creative Sector Development Coordinator, Creative Communities, Brisbane Lifestyle

 

03 August 2017