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    Kevin Harrison, Director joined the organisation in April 2009 and was previously Arts and Wellbeing Manager with Sense Scotland since 2006, supporting participation in the arts for disabled people. Kevin managed the development of a range of arts projects including Threads and Found in Translation, projects exploring cultural diversity and Leaving New Craigs, a life history project for people leaving the last long stay hospital in Scotland. He managed a national arts and wellbeing team including a video production officer, eight arts, music, and drama tutors and a storyteller, a range of freelance workers and volunteers and an outdoor activities coordinator, promotes their work internally and externally and develops exhibition and performance opportunities.

    Previous posts include freelance editor Shape London, developing accessible educational materials for Wandsworth Museum and Business Manager, Creative Academy, Slough Borough Council. He also has experience of managing Music 4 Slough, a Youth Music Action Zone.

    Sarah Pearson - After graduating with a BA Honours in Art and Design at Gray’s School of Art, where Sarah specialised in jewellery and ceramics, she then worked as a Community Artist in Fife. In 1998 she joined Artlink Central as a sessional artist and, as the organisation developed, became a Project Support Worker, and then a Project Coordinator. She currently leads on development of the NHS Forth Valley arts and health programme. 

    Julie Law - Julie’s academic record includes a Double First Bachelor of Art with Honours degree in Fine Art from Glasgow School of Art. She went on to do a Master of Arts in Fine Art. Julie joined Artlink Central in 1997 as an artist, teaching and supporting a wide variety of creative workshops such as photography, painting, crafts and furniture renovation, before developing into the role of programme  coordinator. 

    Sylvia Woodford - Having had a long interest in art and design, Sylvia recently completed a degree in design at Forth Valley College, where she gained a distinction. She is particularly interested in textiles as a medium and much of her work involves bold use of colour and geometric shapes. As an artist she has exhibited in Scotland, England and France. Sylvia joined Artlink in 2006 as programme coordinator.