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Kirsty is a freelance arts project manager working predominantly within the digital arts and music sectors. She is passionate about arts education and participation, both formal and informal, and about developing opportunities for people to learn new creative skills, develop their artistic practice and to work alongside leading artists on projects that both challenge and inspire.

"My favourite book is Fugitive Pieces by Anne Michaels because of her beautiful prose and the fascinating period of 20th century history she explores"


Kirsty is the Chair of the SightSonic Community, Education and Special Needs Group and as such oversees the festival's community and education programme as well as its artistic development strand. Over the past few years the community and education programme has included arts education projects, conferences, workshops and events aimed at engaging people with digital arts and creative technology.

Kirsty is also Director of NYMAZ (the North Yorkshire Youth Music Action Zone), working with a range of strategic partners to deliver high quality music-making activities for children and young people in rural areas where there is often little opportunity for engagement with the arts.
"I'd most like to be Doctor Who's assistant (to try out time travelling)"

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