Vanessa PigrumVanessa Pigrum is an animateur, director, dramaturge & creative producer. She has worked on most of Melbourne’s major Festivals and Events and between 2000 and 2003, she was Director of the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

She has taught Performance Making at the Victorian College of the Arts and is currently Artistic Director of the Victorian Arts Centre’s FULL TILT program.

Vanessa spoke to Australian Stage’s Jan Chandler









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Visit FULL TILT website: theartscentre.com.au/fulltilt

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