Erin Milne is an independent producer whose practice, Bureau of Works, is deeply driven by a passion for contemporary and experimental art that speaks to the here and now. Living and working on the land of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation in Melbourne, Australia, Erin is committed to fostering distinctive voices and ambitious ideas both locally and internationally.
The company focuses on creating strategic opportunities for artists, supporting the creation of new work and exploratory form, and developing contexts that foster risk-taking and ambition.
Erin is a sought-after collaborator with some of Australia’s most distinctive and ambitious artists, including: one step at a time like this, Madeleine Flynn & Tim Humphrey, Ridiculusmus, Jodee Mundy Collaborations, All the Queen’s Men, Gold Satino, Lz Dunn, Michaela Gleave, Anna Tregloan, Lemony S Puppet Theatre, Too Close to the Sun, Lara Tumak and Chris Kohn & Collaborators.
She is a producing and curatorial associate of Experimenta Media Arts and Punctum Live Arts, sessional lecturer at Deakin University, and board member of both Chamber Made and Elbow Room Theatre. Erin was recently awarded an Australia Council ISPA Fellowship for 2020-2022 and is an alumnus of the Australia Council’s Arts Leaders Program.