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My name's Adele. I’m a graphic designer with a strong interest in branding and design for the arts and culture sector, who is passionate about promoting community, not commodity.
I've collaborated with clients ranging from small businesses to fashion brands to major arts organisations.
My design embraces bright colours and eccentric type to create bold and edgy, yet accessible and fun outcomes.
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Aimee Chan is an award-nominated writer, podcaster, content creator and project manager. She has published 10 books and multiple podcasts including Mother Country for SBS. She has developed several public art projects such as Our First Responders and Women of the River. Her exhibition Juvenilia is booked to tour regional NSW, Victoria, Adelaide and the ACT and her show The Happy Mask has been performed to over 600 children. She is also the founder of local creative collaboration Albury Wodonga Creatives. She has been involved in numerous local events such as Write Around the Murray and The Winter Solstice. Her work has been published all over the world by CNN, Harper’s BAZAAR, ELLE, The Weekend Australian and Time Out.
Alice’s art practice is predominantly oil & permanent marker on canvas. She practices in Albury, the town of her childhood, situated in the southeastern corner of country New South Wales, Australia. Alice’s studio is tucked away in an old art deco building behind the town’s main street. Here, she considers the ‘push and pull’ of vivid imagery, expressive mark making, & subtle textures. Alice’s inimitable combinations of bright colour, tone, and light offer her and her audience a moments’ reprieve from the everyday. For Alice, painting is uplifting and therapeutic; a purposeful and overt rejection of doubts & worries.
Alicia began working in film after training and working in sound engineering and broadcast engineering at Channel Four UK. Her editorial experience ranges from Feature Films and Television to Commercial work and Music Videos. She’s collaborated on substantial projects as an Editor, VFX Editor, Assistant Editor and Post-Production supervisor.
Alicia is interested in the opportunities that exist in the creative, technical and logistical areas of filmmaking and is extremely proficient at devising and delivering complex workflows and adapting new and established technologies to suit any project.
Her Editorial credits include The Thin Red Line, Holy Smoke, Farscape, Anacondas, Paranoia, Blood Diamond, Knowing and the Academy Award-winning Happy Feet. After many successful years on live action projects, she gravitated toward Animation and was editor of the Emmy award winning series Animalia, and Associate Editor on Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole. She has also spent time working with emerging practitioners as an Editing Mentor for Screen Australia’s development workshops and teaches at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School in Sydney.
Alicia is a professional member of the Australian Screen Editors Guild, and a credentialled member of the Australian Cinema Pioneers.
A country girl at heart who grew up a Pony-club-prize-winner, cow-pat-frisbee-slinger, Alyce Fisher is known for getting herself into some interesting situations. A graduate of the Swinburne TAFE Theatre Arts Diploma 2007, who went onto start her own company Theatre on Toast, touring the regions performing theatre & education originals and being a fairy/clown/magician at far too many kids’ parties. Quick-witted and reliably rambunctious, Alyce's personal creative focus is on sharing stories and making the people laugh, through the development of solo performance work, stand-up comedy, BINGO calling and MC duties. Presently based in Albury-Wodonga, she premiered her first solo work in 2022 ‘Tinderella & the eight unique uses of Tinder’ at The Cube and created the character of ‘Aurora’ for Rachel McNamara’s epic immersive experience ‘A Land of Snow & Ice’ in 2022/23. Alyce's varied skill set and engaging stage presence whips creative endeavours into shape and is guaranteed to leave everyone laughing.
Alyce straddles the corporate and creative realms, as the former Executive Director of Murray Arts (2017 – 2023) and South West Arts (2009 – 2013). She has years of experience in developing strategic partnerships, delivering dynamic programs and is passionate about Regional Arts Development. Alyce completed Australian Catholic University Graduate Certificate in Not-For-Profit Management in 2017 and Alpine Valley Community Leadership Program in 2020.
I am a freelance musician and composer with over 20 years' experience working professionally in the arts both nationally and across the globe. I have performed my original work across five continents, and been the Musical Director for Circus Oz, Yothu Yindi And The Treaty Project and the Flying Fruit Fly Circus, in addition to numerous collaborations with companies including Extraordinary Bodies (UK), Cirkus Cirkor (Sweden) Polyglot, Arena Theatre, NICA and Force Majeure (Australia). I am passionate about writing original music, and creating art and performances that are free and accessible to everyone. I perform as electronic artist Synthotronica (all original upbeat electronic music with live baritone saxophone and triangle), with recent local performances including Riverside Vibes Albury 2023, Two Fingers Bar Albury and Boogie At The Brewery at Tumut River Brewing Co. With Synthotronica I perform as a street performer at many community events and festivals, including international events The Buskers' World Games (Gwangju, South Korea 2022), Honk! Festival Rio de Janeiro (2019) and Tollwood Winter Festival Germany (2018). I also perform as a solo pianist, including with projection concert My Shadow Is My Only Follower (CoCreate Wodonga 2022), and my Allegro Non Oppo project, which is a series of solo piano concerts taking places in local op shops. My audiovisual practice involves gathering field recordings and video footage from specific locations, which I then warp and manipulate to create kaleidoscopic psychedelic audiovisual portraits of place that are made up entirely of sounds and sights gathered on location.
I have scored over fifty Australian circus, theatre, dance and moving image works.
Here at Art Parts Fine Arts Supplies, our team carefully curates a range of top quality and great value art supplies for students, amateurs and professional artists. Our creative workshops, held in our Gallery space, are run by experienced, high calibre artists ranging through all different mediums and experience levels.
Art Starts Here is a creative workshop and facilitation business run by artist, Kylie Biltris.
With a focus on creating tailor-made experiences, Art Starts Here offers a range of mediums including mosaic, sculpture, resin, alcohol ink, polymer clay, macrame, and silk scarf marbling.
Kylie's expertise in working with diverse groups of people and her ability to communicate and inspire make her a great teacher and enabler.
She has worked on projects for councils, funded initiatives, schools, aged care, women's groups, and more.
Whether it's a private group, function, or staff development day, Art Starts Here provides a unique and engaging experience, requiring no previous skill or natural talent.
Some of the organisations Kylie has collaborated with include:
Regional Art Victoria, Shire of Towong, City of Albury, Wagga Wagga & Wodonga, Tallangatta Health Services, Gateway Health, local Neighbourhood Houses, and the Country Women's Association.
These partnerships have provided opportunities to create inspiring art projects in various settings and have proven effective in promoting creativity and fostering a sense of connection and wellbeing.
Contact Kylie to have a conversation about how we can help you to realise an arts project for your group, school or community.
Ashe's art practice is conceptually based and deeply rooted in exploring the politics of belongingness and the human condition. He creates works that are both poetic and evocative, delving into the emotional intricacies of the human experience and exploring the complexities and nuances of identity, belonging, and marginalisation. Ashe is focused is on extending his installation practice into new forms of expression and territories, by fusing live static performative gestures and the ready-made with various mediums such as photography, sculpture, text, and video. This approach allows him to create dynamic and multi-layered works that engage the viewer on numerous levels, both visually and conceptually. Ashe’s practice questions our broken social systems and reflects on the ongoing search for a sense of belonging in contemporary society, highlighting the vulnerability that comes with it.
Ashe graduated from Sydney College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Photography) in 1995, and a Masters of Contemporary Art (with distinction) from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2014. Ashe has held solo exhibitions at VOID_Melbourne, MAMA (Murray Art Museum Albury), Kings ARI, Blindside Gallery and BUS Projects. He has also participated in numerous group exhibitions across Australia, and internationally, at Parliament House Australia, Canberra; Museum of Australian Photography (MAPh), Melbourne; Lehrter Siebzehn, Berlin; tête, Berlin; Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington; HOTA, Gold Coast; The Substation, Newport; Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart; Campbelltown Arts Centre, Campbelltown; and Araluen Gallery, Alice Springs. Ashe has received funding from the Australia Council for the Arts and Regional Arts Victoria for the development of his practice. He was the recipient of the Ian Potter Cultural Trust Emerging Artist Grant in 2014 and the National Gallery of Victoria Women's Association Award in 2013. His work has been selected as finalist in awards including, Wangaratta Contemporary Textile Award, Incinerator Art Award-Art for Social Change, Bowness Photography Prize and the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award. Ashe was artist-in-residence at Picture Berlin (2014) in Berlin (DE) and for the Laughing Waters Artist Residency Program (2013) in Eltham (AU).
Seeking a skilled painting assistant for a mural project located in the heart of Albury, scheduled between March 11th and March 29th, with the possibility of extension for an additional week. Possession of an EWP ticket is preferred. Ideal candidates should possess experience in painting large-scale projects, including basic skills such as color blocking. Working hours are from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. If you believe you are a suitable candidate for this role, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide a brief introduction about yourself. I look forward to hearing from you! Thank you
A beautiful art gallery showcasing fine art and design by professional and collectable artists from the region.
Bettina developed a strong interest in both the visual and performing arts at a very young age. In her early adolescence, she wrote and directed plays in the family attic, complete with lights and curtains. The neighboring children were selected for various acting roles and several plays were performed over the course of the summer months.
Bettina had intended to study theatre and English at Acadia University but was side-tracked into Psychology. Many years later while attending graduate school in Sydney, Australia she enrolled in and completed a diploma in Expressive Arts offered through Rozelle Hospital. The facilitation training included: Moreno’s Psychodrama, authentic movement, art therapy, journalling, puppetry and clowning and developing and presenting short performances. She has utilized these skills when working with children, adults and couples for years to come. Bettina is a passionate believer in that creativity is inherently healing.
Returning to Halifax, Nova Scotia her and a business partner owned and operated a private art gallery for new and emerging artists in the area. This project accepted all types of artistic expression and was strongly supported by the local community. Unfortunately, the heritage home was sold and my business partner returned to Germany.
Bettina then moved to Vancouver, British Columbia where she worked with very marginalized, vulnerable street artists on a program called Out of the Rain. The artists were provided with studio space, art supplies, nutritional lunches, educational workshops etc. Many of these artists were extremely talented but often sold their art pieces for drugs at a margin of what they would procur in a gallery.
The funding was discontinued and Bettina felt this was very unethical. She then spent the next year researching and writing an arts-based social enterprise, which would provide street artists with a liveable income. The product had enormous appeal with high-end retailers, cruise ships, the travel and gift industry. However, despite an enormous effort, Bettina was unable to raise the capital needed for seed/start-up stages.
During her years in Vancouver, she was very involved in the arts community and was fortunate to be involved in several group and solo exhibitions She also developed several art programs for Vancouver Native Housing, Fraser Health-Bolivar Court, and for a girl's orphange in Ecuador.
Bettina is a self-taught artist, who has painted exclusively in watercolour, although she has a strong interest in mixed medium and fiber arts. Her work hangs in private collections in Canada, New Zealand, Australia, the United States of America and Germany.
Bettina has lived in Albury for 2.5 years and is really looking forward to connecting with other artists and creative community groups.
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Brendan Hogan is a multi-award-winning playwright and theatre-maker from Yackandandah, who is passionate about writing for young people and communities.
He was the winner of the 2018 and 2019 Martin-Lysicrates Prize for his plays, Farewell Mr Nippy and The Incomplete Works of Willow Baker (formerly Play Number Four), both of which are currently in development. Gamers for Life was a finalist in 2022 and Arty Fyshal in 2023. The Incomplete Works of Willow Baker was highly commended for the 2023 Griffin Award. His works have also been finalists for the Rodney Seaborn Playwrights Award (2021) and the Shane & Cathryn Brennan Prize. His most recent work, All The Shining Lights, was commissioned by HotHouse Theatre and had its world premiere in November, 2022. The Last Boy on Earth, was performed by the Yackandandah Young Players as part of HotHouse Theatre's 2019 season .His published works for children include, Scaredy-Cat (MICF, 2015), How to Beat a Bully (2016), The Last Boy on Earth (2019), all of which have been performed by youth ensembles in schools around Australia. In 2020, his monologue, Spiderweb, was one of fifty commissioned by Playwriting Australia as part of their Dear Australia project. He was part of Arena Theatre Company's Bendigo Studio.
Brendan has also worked with diverse groups to create original and inspiring theatre for regional communities. In 2016, he collaborated with Yackandandah Cemetery Trust and Yackandandah Museum to create and produce From Here To There. In 2017, he collaborated with the residents of a local aged-care facility to explore the themes of resilience and growing old to produce a new show, Living Memory.
Brendan has featured in national print, radio and television media, including The Conversation Hour with Jon Faine and Back Roads (ABC TV). He has written and directed shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and presented at several conferences and festivals as a writer and an advocate for arts in the community, including the War Widows Guild of Victoria and the Writers, Readers and Poets (WRAP) festival.
Chris is a professional and community theatre practitioner with a passion for suicide prevention. He has worked in all areas of the performing arts as producer, director, performer, and stage manager.
Chris' current theatre practice has a suicide prevention focus. He has directed and performed in Carpe Diem, a play about men's mental health, which has toured to over 120 locations in regional and remote Australia.
Chris has also played a variety of other roles, including Antonio Salieri in Amadeus, P.T. Barnum in Barnum, Cliff in Cabaret, and The Baker in Into the Woods. He has directed the Opening of the Shearers Hall of Fame, the Bonegilla Migrant Experience multicultural festival, and the opening festival for the Albury Library Museum.
Chris' backstage experience is extensive. He has been Stage Manager and Student Crew Mentor on Mulan, Guys and Dolls, and Beauty and the Beast for Murray High School, Assistant Stage Manager on Addams Family with Centre Stage Event Company, and Backstage Manager on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with Revolution Theatre Productions.
In addition to his work in theatre, Chris is also a talented singer and musician. He has been a soloist at the Albury Carols and has co-directed and music directed Wind in the Willows for Murray High School and RTP.
Chris is a passionate advocate for suicide prevention and his work in the theatre is a powerful way to raise awareness of this important issue.
I explore notions of hybridity through sculpture, ceramics, painting, installation and moving image. I am interested in the abject, hybrid and monstrous body. My work delves into the body as material, polyphonic voice and relational multiplicities embedded in cultural and environmental ecosystems. In these times of ecological crisis, I seek to rupture perceptions of a distinct individual self, and question notions of the defined. Unearthing obscured stories, my practice provokes conversation about cultural, political, and societal transformation.
Through materials and process, I reach into the mythologies and symbolic languages of my mixed eastern and western cultural heritage to explore transformation. Drawing on science, ecology and imagination, I incorporate personal biographies and cross-cultural mythologies of decay, ritual and regeneration into chimeric conglomerations and hybrid beings. With my mixed Anglo-Indian-Australian and culturally Deaf heritages, as a hearing, bilingual (Auslan-English) artist, I consider how hyphenated ways of being may queer dominant paradigms and give rise to potential new narratives.
I create commissioned private and public artwork, produce exhibitions and offer writing services.