Executive Director | 519.880.3670 x 102
Lindsay has been with ArtsBuild Ontario since July 2011. Lindsay was jointly hired by ArtsBuild and Municipal Cultural Planning Inc. to develop and deliver nine Municipal Cultural Planning workshops across Ontario and assist in the development of Bricks&Mortar, Ontario’s first inventory of arts spaces province-wide. From 2012-15, Lindsay was the Director of Programs, developing and executing partnerships and programs to support programs, tools and resources for organizations province-wide. In November 2015, Lindsay was promoted to Executive Director.
Previously, Lindsay held roles as Education Manager and Director of the Nepean Museum as well as contract work for Museums of Mississauga. Lindsay received her BA in History from Acadia University and travelled to the University of Leicester in the UK to complete her MA in Museum Studies. Most recently Lindsay received her Project Management Professional (PMP) designation.
Lindsay currently sits on the board of the Waterloo Region Arts Fund.
Program Manager | 519.880.3670 x 103
Alex has been with ArtsBuild since January 2015 and is responsible for the overall programs, partnerships and communications at ArtsBuild Ontario. She connects with communities and arts organizations about learning opportunities and resources for all things facility related.
She brings experience from previous roles in the arts and nonprofit sector, including the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, Talisker Players Chamber Music and Canterbury Hills Conference Centre and Camp. Alex holds an honours degree in English and Cultural Studies from McMaster University and is a graduate from Mohawk College’s Public Relations Graduate Certificate program.
Program and Communications Coordinator | 519.880.3670 x 101
Eilidh joined ArtsBuild in April 2016 and is responsible for program support and all digital communications at ArtsBuild Ontario. She is also manages all facility rentals at 44 Gaukel.
She holds an honours BA in Art History and Museum Studies from the University of Western Ontario, and is a graduate of Humber College’s Art Administration and Cultural Management program. Her previous experience ranges from institutions including the FirstOntario Milton Centre for the Arts, Oakville Galleries and the Living Arts Centre, as well as coordinating community outreach projects for Arts Milton, where she also served on the board. She is interested in accessibility and inclusion in the arts and has worked with organizations such as Community Living North Halton and the Dundas Valley School of Art to develop barrier-free programming initiatives and policies.