Mentor

Dan Slevin

Creative Industries

Dan was in the room when many interesting and exciting Wellington arts  initiatives were hatched and for more than 20 years has stood behind,  and slightly to the left, of some genuinely talented and gifted individuals as they have presented work.

He is a former Chair of the Wellington Community Arts Council;  founding trustee of the Fringe Arts Trust; former freelance publicist, production manager and producer of independent theatre; electronic  ticketing systems expert and consultant; former General Manager of the  Paramount picture theatre and ZMFM radio DJ.

Dan is currently Fundraising & Special Projects Manager for Downstage  Theatre; cinema critic for the Capital Times and ‘Nine to  Noon’ (Radio New Zealand National); book reviewer for Nine to Noon; and for the last six years has  been Wellington Manager for ‘V Energy 48 Hours Furious Filmmaking’ competition.

He also writes for Wellingtonista.com and is currently studying for a  Post Graduate Diploma in Business and Administration at Massey

University.

Dan considers himself to be an evangelist, provocateur, enabler,  facilitator, supporter and yogi for the arts and artists.

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