Tammy Ryan

Frankston Arts Centre, Programming VIC, Australia


Tammy is the Coordinator, Programming at Frankston Arts Centre and is responsible for curating the annual Theatre Season that encompasses the main 800 seat theatre and Cube 37’s black box space, along with heading up the Programming and Engagement team that delivers an extensive program of exhibitions, public programs, workshops, artist residencies and major events throughout the municipality.

Tammy’s experience  in the performing arts sector spans over 15 years with extensive experience delivering diverse events and public programs with tertiary qualifications in Contemporary Arts (Dance) and Arts Management. Tammy has a strong interest in providing opportunities for emerging and independent artists and companies presenting contemporary works and providing pathways for them to thrive in the industry.


Supported by the Australia Council for the Arts

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