Robina Burton

Robina Burton worked extensively in the arts industry over the last 30 years, both in Australia and internationally. She was executive producer with Ranters Theatre (2015-2017), Phillip Adams BalletLab (2014-2015), associate producer with HIT Productions (2009-2015), general manager with Born in a Taxi (2007-2009) and Chamber Made Opera (2003-2006). She also worked for a range of arts organisations as a consultant in strategic planning, international marketing and management including Polyglot Theatre, Women’s Circus, Strange Fruit, Arena Theatre Company. Ms Burton worked as producer for a range of organisations including Arts Centre Melbourne (Hamer Hall relaunch activities in 2012) and Global Creatures (War House– Melbourne.) She worked on marketing and sponsorship for the 2003 St Kilda Festival, 2002 St Kilda Film Festival, and 2001 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Ms Burton also worked with Circus Oz (1994-2000) in the area of marketing, sponsorship and finances. After completing a traineeship with the Australian Content Department at the Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust in 1990, Ms Burton lived in Edinburgh, Scotland working with the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (1991-1993) and in the advertising industry. She trained in contemporary dance and graduated with a Certificate in Performance (Dance) from the Centre of Performing Arts in Adelaide in the early 80’s and a Graduate Diploma in Arts and Entertainment Management from Deakin University (2000).
Bio last updated 03 Aug 2017

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