Atlas Arts




ATLAS team

Caroline Winn, Research and Development Director

Caroline is a successful leader of arts organisations with a track record of excellence as a project manager and strategic thinker. She worked most recently as Festival Manager for Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Visual Art and International Projects Manager for Festivals Edinburgh. She was the first Chief Executive of Mull’s Comar, from 2012-15, and was responsible for the effective strategic management, development, promotion and operation of this new multi art-form, island-based organisation. Prior to this, Caroline was General Manager of the Hebrides Ensemble, Youth Music Officer at the Scottish Arts Council and Project Manager for Soma Records. Caroline has also held non-executive positions at the Scottish Music Industry Association and The Touring Network. She is a graduate of the University of Glasgow.

Contact Caroline at caroline@atlasarts.org.uk

Ainslie Roddick, Artistic Director

Ainslie joined ATLAS as Artistic Director in December 2019. She previously worked as Curator at the CCA in Glasgow, organising projects with a focus on open access to knowledge and resources, and exhibitions that incorporated social spaces and conversation. She has been involved in lots of book and library projects, co-founding Publication Studio Glasgow, and the Glasgow Seed Library. She cut her teeth co-founding the duchy artist run project. Running helps her feel calm. She is interested in how ATLAS Arts’ projects can work over long periods of time with human and non human partners, expanding the way art is seen, making things pleasurable and complex, and thinking about plural futures.

Contact Ainslie at ainslie@atlasarts.org.uk

Heather Fulton, Producer

Heather joined the team as Producer in December 2019. She is interested in how art creates shared experiences and fosters understanding between people and the environments we inhabit. Heather has worked for various art and cultural projects including for the Highland Youth Arts Festival, the Scottish Sculpture Workshop and UNESCO Biosphere programme. She enjoys the odd winter sea swim when feeling brave. She is looking forward to hearing and telling new stories around Skye and Lochalsh, and beyond.

Contact Heather at heather@atlasarts.org.uk

Katharine Barrington, Programme & Administrative Assistant

Katharine joins ATLAS Arts as Programme and Administrative Assistant. Katharine is originally from Skye but has been off and about studying and working in a variety of roles across the Arts and within the NHS. She enjoys hearing people’s tales, being at sea and the idea of running the Glamaig Hill Race one day.

Contact Katharine at katharine@atlasarts.org.uk