Steven Oliver is an actor, poet and writer who has written and starred in ABC's Black Comedy. Steven is an R U OK Ambassador and an activist who through his craft has created many thought provoking pieces in trying to educate, engage, and empower, particularly in regards to aboriginal rights.
Jade Kennedy is a Yuin man from the Illawarra and South Coast of New South Wales. He has been privileged with the intimate knowledges of his peoples customs, culture and Country, and attempts to honour this through the building of knowledge-based relationships grounded in respect, responsibility and reciprocity. He is also a Lecturer in Academic Development and Recognition at the University of Wollongong, and is responsible for embedding Indigenous Knowledges and perspectives into the higher education curriculum.
Teila Watson is a Birri Gubba and Kangalu/Gangalu Murri women who was born and raised in Brisbane. She is an experienced singer/songwriter, Lyricist, Poet, Actor Hiphop artist, arts work facilitator, writer and multi- medium visual artist. Teila's work revolves around climate change, societal progression, First Nations Sovereignty and other pressing global issues from a Murri perspective.
Meyne Wyatt is an Wongutha-Yamatji man from Kalgoorlie who graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 2010 and works as an actor. He has worked on many Australian productions including Mystery Road (2018) , The Sapphires ( 2012) and Redfern Now (2012). He has earned nominations and awards for his performances . He won the coveted Packing Room Prize in the 2020 Archibald Prize portrait competition. His self portait was submitted at the the request of his mother who is also an artist.
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