Soma Garner is currently studying her Masters of Cultural Materials and is an artist, set and costume designer based in Melbourne.
Kei Murakami is an overall multi-disciplinary Japanese person, who has always worked with aesthetics that are informed by her cultural heritage.
Olugbade Okunade, aka GP Saxy, grew up in the afrobeat capital of the world, Lagos, Nigeria.
Rebekah Robertson is an emerging creative professional passionate about nourishing community and the people, pasts and presents that are it.
Kate ten Buuren
Kate ten Buuren is a young Taungurung artist, filmmaker and journalism student, whose driving force is building confidence throughout her community.
Lisa Maza (Meriam/Yidindji/Dutch) has twenty years experience working as a professional actor and singer.
Larissa MacFarlane is a Footscray based visual artist, working across printmaking, street art and a community art practice.
Fiona Dunne is producer and arts manager from Western Sydney, focused on the development of young and early-career artists across the spectrum of Australian storytelling.
Abdulrahman Hammoud is a spoken word artist based in Melbourne by way of Lebanon, a country that he is still captivated by and connects to.
Salma Osman is a multidisciplinary artist and designer joining the dots between community, art and culture.
Roshelle Fong is an Australian-Chinese performer, filmmaker and Leap Year baby who experiences life as ‘Play School: The Glitch Opera’.