Carrie joined the team in March 2015 as our Administration Assistant.
She has previously worked as a freelance artist, and in a variety of arts administration and curatorial roles for Wolverhampton Arts and Heritage, including Exhibitions Officer at Bilston Craft Gallery.
"Having worked freelance and for a local authority, working for DASH is a new and exciting learning experience working in the Arts. The Board are really supportive of the great work that DASH are doing. Having joined the team at an exciting time with recent successes including IN commissioning project, Awkward Bastards symposium and our current projects Tu Fewn, Inside and Cultivate to name a few, I'm proud to have supported DASH to bring Disability Arts to mainstream audiences and to continue to supporting both established and developing Disabled Artists."
Carrie studied Fine Art at Staffordshire University and has delivered practical arts and crafts sessions in a range of settings, including the Beacon Centre, Wolverhampton. She is also a carer for a family member and has recently trained as a Dementia Friends champion.