It is with great pleasure we announce the successful appointment of Andy Miller to the new role of General Manager at Multicultural Arts Victoria (MAV), following our recent recruitment campaign.
Having worked in senior roles at Creative Victoria, Creative Partnerships Australia and previously as an Arts and Cultural Officer in two local governments he joins Multicultural Arts Victoria at a significant time.
Chairman Mr Stefan Romaniw OAM said: “Andy will play a fundamental role in the team at Multicultural Arts Victoria. The Board are thrilled to have Andy’s expertise and experience as a senior arts administrator working closely alongside our CEO Jill Morgan AM to ensure Multicultural Arts Victoria continues to lead in the area of arts and diversity and to create strategic change within the creative industry and the wider community.”
Jill Morgan stated: “Andy brings a breadth of experience to the organisation at what is one of our most exciting chapters in our 40 year history as we embark on a feasibility study for a House of World Cultures. I look forward to working closely with Andy in his new role at MAV advocating for and facilitating exceptional Art that gives voice to artists and communities from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.“
Responding to his appointment Andy said: “I am incredibly excited to be joining the team at Multicultural Arts Victoria and supporting the excellent work of the organisation, its many communities and artists at this pivotal time. MAV has a great reputation for making a difference and plays a critical role in providing a forum through the arts to ensure acceptance and understanding of diversity.”
Andy initially trained as a painter at the Canberra School of Art, has worked in theatre and has established a range of arts and cultural programs in the community sector. He holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts, a Masters in Public Policy and a Graduate Diploma in Arts Management from the University of Melbourne.
The Board and staff, warmly welcome Andy Miller to the Multicultural Arts Victoria family.