Norman Armour Steps Down as PuSh Festival Head

 Norman Armour. | Image: Yukiko Onley.

Norman Armour. | Image: Yukiko Onley.

Norman Armour will step down as artistic and executive director of Vancouver's PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, after 14 years with the organization. He leaves April 27. Upon his departure, interim executive director Roxanne Duncan and interim artistic director Joyce Rosario will assume leadership of the festival.

In May, Armour assumes his new role leading the development and implementation of the Australian Council for the Arts’s international strategy in North America.

As he departs, Armour thanks all those who have been instrumental in the PuSh Festival's success over the last decade and a half. Says Armour: "I look forward — with great anticipation — to where new leadership will take PuSh in 2019 and beyond."

In January, the BC Alliance spoke to Norman Armour for our 20 Questions feature. Check out his insights here.

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