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|BRISBANE – Adam Tucker|
Adam moved from Regional Queensland to Brisbane to study a Bachelor of Arts (Drama)/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) at Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
On completion he took his first teaching position at Caboolture State High School and during this time discovered an ability to dance. Returning to QUT Adam completed an Associate Degree (Dance Performance) majoring in Ballet and Contemporary Dance.
After graduating QUT, Adam performed with Expressions Dance Company's education team touring Regional Queensland before travelling to London to work with: English National Ballet, National Theatre, Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company, Sadler's Wells Theatre, Jasmin Vardimon Contemporary Dance Company, and Shepperton Studios.
A career highlight included receiving an Olympic Elite Athlete Visa to dance as a guest International Artist in over 300 performances in the West End production of The Snowman.
Returning to Australia, Adam transitioned to Arts Administration working for four years as Program Officer for Ausdance Queensland and was seconded to a number of projects in various roles including: Project Coordinator Out of the Box Festival (QPAC); Director Circa ZOO (Circa's Youth Ensemble); Project Coordinator Paris Opera Ballet's Australian Tour (QPAC); Interim Manager Youth Arts Queensland's Young Artist Mentoring Program (YAMP); Manager of programs delivered throughout the State in partnership with the Queensland Arts Council (QAC).
Adam went on to work for three years as State Tour Coordinator for arTour, the peak tour coordination body in Queensland coordinating tours state-wide and Producer of three annual Queensland Touring Showcase events and a Long Paddock National touring forum with the Blue Heeler network.
Adam was appointed as General Manager of Camerata of St John's – Queensland's Chamber Orchestra in February 2014 to lead a new stage of growth and development for the organisation, working across areas of development, policy, finance, marketing, program, and human resources.