Media graduate wins Festival fellowship
The Adelaide Festival Centre's first Anthony Steel Fellowship has been awarded to Belle Hammond, an Arts graduate from the University of Adelaide.
In recognition of the Festival Centre's first CEO and distinguished Arts Administrator and Artistic Director, Anthony Steel, the fellowship provides 12 months of intensive professional experience in South Australia's centre of creativity and heart of the arts.
"This is an amazing opportunity. The Adelaide Festival Centre is a world leader and this gives me such a great chance at staying involved in arts administration," Belle said.
Belle completed a Bachelor of Media at the University of Adelaide with sub-majors in English, literature, film, arts and music. She has volunteered in many areas of the arts and has worked at the Festival Fringe and the Shorts Film Festival.
Belle will have the opportunity to experience many of the aspects of arts administration, and will have the opportunity to further develop vital creative and networking skills critical to an arts administrator.