Member Profile : Angie Dunbaven

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Red Chair’s Managing Director Angie Dunbavan is a fulltime producer/presenter with experience in Production, Artistic Direction and Event Management.

Red Chair won the Premier’s Cultural Diversity Award 2014 – Small Business recognising the company’s valuable contribution to Queensland’s cultural diversity and work in building an inclusive, harmonious community. Red Chair was acknowledged both as a major production and touring company for culturally diverse works as well as for the company’s role in employing and showcasing culturally diverse artists throughout regional and remote Queensland.

Angie’s current producing roles include the Storyplace series, The Collectors, Flamenco Fire, Dawn Awakening, Lord Mayor’s City Hall Concerts and The People’s Orchestra.

Angie was the previous producer for the Main stage at Fires on Top of Mountains Shared Fire event.

Angie is the co-producer for the Showcasing Queensland evening performances on Friday and Saturday during the Arts Ablaze Celebration.