Julie Warn

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Julie Warn
Professor Julie Warn AM is an Australian academic and performing arts administrator. She studied at St Michael's Collegiate School and the University of Tasmania before beginning her working career as an English and social science teacher at Cosgrove High School. Professor Warn moved to Sydney to study stage production and management at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. Remaining in Sydney, she worked as a senior stage manager at the Sydney Theatre Company (1979–84), assistant general manager at Musica Viva Australia (1984–91), before returning to Tasmania as managing director of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra (1991–2001) and then as chief executive of The Queensland Orchestra (2001–04) in Brisbane. Professor Warn was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2002 for her services to the arts through her work at the TSO. In 2004, she was appointed as director of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). In 2009, she was re-appointed, and promoted to Professor.

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