Norm Horton

Norm Horton

Sarah Moynihan and Norm Horton are joint Executive Directors at Feral Arts. They have led the company since its inception in 1990. During that time Feral Arts has developed into one of Australia's leading community arts and cultural development companies. Sarah and Norm have developed and delivered a number of major community arts and cultural development projects at Feral Arts including South Bank – Young People and Public Space (1995), Musgrave Park Cultural Centre Symposium (1997), Mater PlaceStories (2007), Digital Landcare (2008-2010) and Storytellng in the Public Interest (2008-2010).

Sarah and Norm have led the development of the PlaceStories software system. PlaceStories has developed into a leading digital storytellling and communications platform in the arts, community environment and health sectors.

Sarah and Norm have represented the Australian community cultural development sector in a number of national and international sector gatherings including the Rockefeller Foundation’s Community Culture and Globalisation Conference in Bellagio, Italy (2001) and the International Rural Strategies Alliance, Italy (2003). They served on the National Sector Scoping Study in 2005 and were members of the Australia Council’s first Community Partnerships Committee in 2006.