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Culture is MORE THAN ART.  It is a reflection of who we are, and how we live.  A community that has a defined identity and sense of PLACE encourages new business, inspires residents and attracts tourists.

Patricia Huntsman

Patricia Huntsman

Patricia is a two-time nationally award-winning cultural strategist. She has worked across Canada and internationally in senior roles in the creative industry for over 25 years. Her British Columbia-based team practice offers a full roster of arts management, cultural policy writing and planning, and communication services tailored to Building Communities Through Culture.

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In 2016, Patricia completed a two-part residency program New Fundamentals: Leadership in the Cultural and Creative Industries at the Banff Centre. She holds a Diploma in French Studies (18th-20th C. French Literature and Art History) from the Sorbonne University in Paris, France, and an MBA from North America’s oldest public university—the University of New Brunswick, where she also earned a B.A. in experimental psychology (visual perception concentration). An avid supporter of visual and performing arts, she has served as a director on notable boards across Canada and maintains active memberships in professional associations including the Canadian Museums Association, the Creative City Network of Canada and Americans for the Arts.​

Merideth Bisiker

Merideth Bisiker

Merideth Bisiker, B.A., is a professional coach and organizational consultant with a career focus on finance and business systems. She supports company leaders by translating their visions into practical strategies and supports team member communication while they put these strategies into practice. Merideth’s professional experience includes retail banking administration, private professional accounting, local government finance, and training professional coaches.

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She lives on Vancouver Island, British Columbia with her family and makes time for music, both as a patron of local musicians and as the lead singer of a rock cover band. She is also involved in local film as treasurer of Hub City Cinema Society, as a “film mom,” and, most recently, fulfilling the role of producer on an upcoming documentary.
Heidi Cuff

Heidi Cuff

Heidi Cuff, M.A., B.A., is a writer, educator and arts activist who currently resides in Campbell River, B.C. She received her master’s degree in Educational Theatre with a Playwriting emphasis from the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University. Heidi has worked extensively in the nonprofit and commercial arts sectors in New York, Los Angeles, and more recently Campbell River.

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She currently serves on the Public Art Subcommittee, advising the City of Campbell River on public art policy and planning. Heidi is the Programming and Marketing Coordinator for the Tidemark Theatre and the Program Coordinator for the Campbell River Arts Council.

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 When projects require a larger team of resources, we maintain an active network of colleagues across Canada.

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Congrats to @CityOfVictoria for winning the @creativecity Culture Plan of the Year Award for #CreateVictoria 👏... led by @p_huntsman in partnership with @NordicityGlobal! more...