Guidance & advocacy
Our Advisory group is here to support us by offering valuable input into our work and future strategies. It also acts as an advocate for Aberystwyth Arts Centre across Wales.
The group meets three times a year. Membership is open to anyone interested in the arts and what we do, regardless of their background or location. We welcome individuals from all disciplines and practices, whether they’re based in mid-Wales, across the country, or further afield.
We’re committed to making sure our Advisory Group represents a diverse range of people, including those of different genders, ages, abilities, races, and sexual orientations, to ensure a wide range of perspectives are represented.
Current members of the Advisory Group
Chris Harris – Writer and dramaturg
Carol Nixon – Friends of the Arts Centre
David Evans – Head of Production at National Theatre Wales and member of ABTT Cymru
Berwyn Rowlands – Founder and Director of the Iris Prize Festival
Rachel Stelmach – West Wales Regional Officer for Disability Arts Cymru
Heike Roms – Professor in Theatre and Performance at University of Exeter and project director of What’s Welsh for Performance?
Bryn Jones – HAUL Arts and Health, former director of Penparcau hub with many years of experience in community development
Eric Ngalle Charles – Poet, author, playwright and Cameroonian refugee now living in Ely, Wales.
Rhiannon White – Co-Artistic Director Common Wealth
Elan Clos Stephens CBE – Welsh educator and Wales representative on the BBC Trust
Arts Council Wales, Ceredigion County Council and Aberystwyth University are also represented.