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Matt trained at WAAPA, graduating in 1999. His work includes directing, writing, acting and dramaturgy as well as working with the homeless, juvenile justice centres and remote communities using drama for self empowerment.
Over his 20 year career Michael has been a Creative Director, Artist, Art Director, Designer, and Illustrator.
Working across the world from South Carolina to Australia, arts curator and cultural engineer Eric Holowacz speaks about his colourful life and career.
Sound artist Camilla Hannan has worked in radio since 1989 and runs Triple R's training program.
Photographer Gary Heery has photographed subjects as famous as Madonna and Andy Warhol throughout his impressive career.
Vocalist Maria Lurighi has dabbled in jazz, opera and contemporary styles of singing throughout her illustrious career.
Jesse Scott has been involved with circus since before he could walk. A graduate of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus, Jesse spent 11 years training and touring under the watchful eye of some of the world’s greatest circus trainers.
Lachlan started his circus career in the Flying Fruit Fly Circus, training, travelling and performing handstands, adagio, acrobatics and manipulation in diverse locations, from regional Victoria to Aichi, Japan.
Emma graduated from the National Institute of Circus Arts in 2006 after three years of training under the internationally renowned circus legend Guang Rong Lu.
Lena Peacock is the founder of startledart, a curated website for Australian artists to sell their artworks. On a holiday to England she decided to finally make the move and create her dream job with the use of only a laptop and hasn’t looked back.
Kathy Lette is a legend of the industry, with a career that began at the ripe old age of 18 with Puberty Blues.
Since launching his career 25 years ago, visual artist Stormie Mills has carved a distinctive niche.
In his brief career to date, Indian photographer Poras Chaudhary has established himself internationally.
With over 7 years experience as a circus performer, tutor, and a with a background in theatre, Sam hopes to continue his career working in the circus industry performing, teaching, and creating.
Dave O’Neil’s kids don’t think he has a job. To prove them wrong, he’s doing two different shows at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Australian Comedian & Actor, Matt Okine, began his career by becoming a national Triple J RAW finalist in 2004, at the age of 18, after only 3 previous gigs.
Gerard’s training and performance experience includes contemporary dance, slapstick, puppetry, motion capture, flying (on cables), acting and modeling. Gerard choreographs teaches, critiques and regularly discusses dance.
Hailing from the ACT, this alt- folk songstress began her career writing and recording with Mark Seymour.
Josephine Were is an actor and theatre maker from Adelaide, South Australia. She graduated from the acting course at the Adelaide College of the Arts in 2009 and has since also trained with physical acting company SITI in NYC, and in Paris, thanks to the the Helpmann Academy and Carclew Youth Arts, with legendary clown teacher Philippe Gaulier.
Djon Mundine is a member of the Bandjalung people of northern New South Wales. Djon has an extended career as a curator, activist, writer, and occasional artist and is renowned as the concept curator for the 1988 Aboriginal Memorial installation permanently exhibited at the National Gallery of Australia.
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