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Karenza Ebejer

Karenza is a digital storyteller/ filmmaker with a passion for telling unique human-related stories. She has written, directed and produced numerous short films and documentaries, many which have been screened Nationally and Internationally. In 2016, she independently produced and directed a community-engaged music documentary with Australian Cultural Fund Crowdfunding support. (more)

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colleen coy

Colleen Coy (B.Sc.–Dance, University of Wisconsin, USA) is a dancer, choreographer, and Screendance artist. Colleen was trained in the Russian Vaganova method of ballet and has worked as a professional dancer with companies in the USA. She teaches ballet and contemporary dance, and also Pilates and yoga for which she holds advanced certifications. (more)

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Holly Ahern and Eden Crawford-Harriman

Holly Ahern and Eden Crawford-Harriman are emerging collaborative artists based in the Northern Rivers. Their individual practices within Visual Arts and Media were blurred throughout a collaborative honours research degree in 2020. By examining collaborative practice as the assemblage of ideas and skills, they carefully weave together stark juxtapositions between outmoded technology, found objects, contemporary painting, and textile sculpture. (more)

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Marion Conrow

Marion Conrow is an award-winning interdisciplinary artist with a BA in 3-D studies & Video (Southern Cross University). Based in Lismore she has a 37year career specialising in projection, sculpture, site specific installation and virtual reality. She creates holographic sculptures incorporating still and moving visual overlays exploring the interactivity between multiple projections. (more)

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Kellie O'Dempsey and Mick Dick

In search of transformation visual artist Kellie O’Dempsey generates accessible artworks that are experiential and emergent. Creating in both solo and collaborative formats, using coloured lines of light and animation this diverse practice interrogates notions of the public and the private. Kellie’s work includes installation and performance with projection, collage, architectural space and digital drawing. (more)

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Christine Spedding & Leigh Arnold

Leigh Arnold is a prolific local and international artist and resident of Lismore, whose love of Mathematics, Astronomy, Quantum physics and String Theory is shown in his detailed intricate canvases and larger installation works. Leigh uses colour and maths to create 3d art works in a 2d format. (more)

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Michael Rogowski

Michael Rogowski is a 60 something digital multi-media artist living in Lismore. He made the sea/tree-change to Byron Bay and the Northern Rivers in 1992, having worked in film and design in both Sydney & Melbourne. He has been a dancer, a restaurateur and furniture designer. He has pursued a number of courses online and attended both the Northern Rivers Conservatorium and North Coast TAFE. (more)

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RealArtWorks Inc.

RealArtWorks Inc. is an Arts Company based in Lismore. For over a decade RealArtWorks have been developing projects using the skills of artists of varying abilities to create high quality multi art form public live art experiences. Projects often work with people and place to creatively examine how the stories that sites hold inform our sense of belonging, both as individuals and communities. (more)

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Dan McDonnell

Dan McDonnell's work highlights the materiality of today's digital screens and display technologies in order to bring attention to their corporeal effects. The intense 'opticality' characteristic of today's display devices is referenced through McDonnell's use of the moir? pattern, which featured significantly in the Op Art movement of the 1950s and '60s. (more)

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Jeanti St Clair

Jeanti St Clair (she/her/hers) tells stories through audio, both as documentaries and audio walks. She lives in the beautiful Northern Rivers and is a lecturer at Southern Cross University where she teaches media and journalism. In April and May this year, Jeanti was a Plein Air artist-in-residence at the Lismore Quadrangle with Flood Stories, an installation and suite of 10 audio walks which reflected on Lismore’s experience of, and recovery from, the 2017 flood. (more)

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Michael Donnelly & Betty Russ

Betty Russ is a multi-disciplinary artist who explores the emotional states within the metaphysics of materiality by pondering the weighted discourse of memories imbued within objects. Her work describes a dense world of meaning buried within our surroundings, as objects become dialogues with ourselves and our collective pasts. (more)

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kit webster

Kit Webster contorts sound and light across environments to transport viewers into altered states of perception. His choreographical techniques shift across multiple visual, sonic and sculptural medium. This study and interplay across canvases has allowed for the invention of entirely new forms of audiovisual presentation. (more)

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Roger Foley Fogg aka Ellis D Fogg

Roger Foley FOGG aka ELLIS D FOGG, an early proponent of the counterculture movement, FOGG LIGHTSHOWS becoming a popular 1960s phenomena inspiring a Global Village of young people connected through Rock and Roll and Lightshows designed to produce a total experience, an expanded awareness, ‘the oneness of the world and the start of the Symbioscene, the age of Aquarius.  Foley-FOGG was also a member of Martin Sharp and Albie Thoms' Yellow House artist collective. (more)

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Raimond de Weerdt

Raimond de Weerdt is an artist based in Lismore. Raimond produces both photographic and video work that has been exhibited in Australia, Canada and Europe. He is also a founding member of Facing Australia, a long-running project that creates photographic and video works that reflect upon identity, history, place and community. (more)

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Melia Naughton

Melia is a performer, musician, composer, and singing leader. She is a songwriter who co-created Scarlett Affection, an award-winning theatrical folk pop two-piece with her sister. They received Australia Council grants and toured their harmonies playing major festivals across Australia and touring to the USA and Canada. Melia is Choir Mistress of Shire Choir, a pop-up interactive choir event that is resonating loudly with the Northern Rivers community. (more)

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