Dublin Fringe Festival, Ireland’s leading multi-disciplinary arts festival, is delighted to announce the appointment of Ewa Senger as its new Programme Manager.
Ewa joins Fringe from Irish Theatre Institute, where she managed artists’ supports programmes, flagship networking events and information services as Programme Coordinator. She has also worked at Instituto Cervantes – Spain’s worldwide cultural institute – where she supervised the annual programming for the Dublin centre. Ewa holds an MA Degree in Ethno-linguistics from Poznan University and has pursued postgraduate courses and training in London, Warsaw and Barcelona. Ewa joins the Fringe team in January 2017.
“We are thrilled to welcome Ewa to the Dublin Fringe Festival team. Her wealth of experience provides an invaluable contribution to our vision for the future of Fringe. Ewa’s commitment to artist development is second to none. This, coupled with her passion for new work and love of the avant garde, make Ewa a fantastic addition to the organisation. I look forward to working with Ewa to bring big ideas and creative dreams to life in 2018.” – Ruth McGowan, Festival Director, Dublin Fringe Festival
“On behalf of the Board and staff at Irish Theatre Institute, we want to offer our heartiest congratulations to our valued colleague, Ewa Senger who, after five years as Programme Co-ordinator will leave ITI in January to take up the exciting role of Programme Manager at Dublin Fringe Festival. Ewa is an artist-centred professional and we know that relationships developed at ITI will be further grown at Fringe. We very much look forward to working with her in future on partnership projects that we will roll out with our friends at DFF”. – Siobhan Bourke & Jane Daly, Co-Directors, Irish Theatre Institute
The home to new and bold ideas, brave performing arts and adventurous audiences, Dublin Fringe Festival celebrates its 24th edition from 8 – 23 September 2018.