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Sam McMahon

Sam McMahon is a Sydney based musician who makes a living street performing, playing his own compositions. Having grown up in the Bega Valley on the Far South Coast of NSW, his instrumental music is reminiscent of a childhood spent in a rural community. It incorporates finger style guitar, PVC pipes used as a didgeridoo […]

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Iman Etri

Iman Etri is a student at WSU, majoring in History and Political Thought.  She recently discovered that her desire to be an activist, requires her, by definition, to be active, and so joined the world of spoken word poetry.  Since then, Iman has performed at numerous events, including Sydney Writer’s Festival, and as a support […]

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Bilal Hafda

Bilal a high-school teacher, with a passion for spoken-word poetry. Alongside running poetry and creative writing workshops in schools, he is currently involved in the RESPECT program, which are a series of Creative Arts Domestic Violence workshops that run with upper-primary students who have been flagged as potentially ‘at risk’ as having witnessed domestic violence […]

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Titus Grenyer

Titus Grenyer is a second year organ student at Sydney Conservatorium of Music. His musical education began with the violin at age three, and soon expanded to studying piano, music composition and theory. In 2013, he was awarded the inaugural IMB Roger Soden Organ Scholarship at Wollongong Conservatorium, which began his career in organ with […]

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Emily Wurramara

Emily’s debut EP is ‘Black Smoke’, 6 songs proving her passion for culture and heritage heard through every beat and skip of her deeply engaging and personal songs pulsed by her detailed and crafted talent for songwriting. Singing in both English and Anindilyakwa, the traditional language of her home on Groote Eylandt, NT, Wurramara says […]

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Dauntless Movement Crew

Dauntless Movement Crew (DMC) is a movement based team which combines art forms such as tricking, b-boying (breakdancing), parkour, acrobatics, circus stunts and fire tricks. Our main goal is to be unique, versatile and different to anyone else out there. We try our best to combine as many art forms as possible to slowly transform […]

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Alice Ivy

Raised on the Victorian surf coast, Annika Schmarsel aka Alice Ivy, recalls a childhood coloured by extensive travel in a vibrant and multilingual household. Her first foray into music, an ill-fated tryst with the clarinet, was swapped for guitar before Annika began beat-making inspired by the likes of The Avalanches, J Dilla and Bonobo. As […]

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Andy Dexterity

Andy Dexterity is a Green Room Award-nominated performance maker primarily recognised for his unique brand of movement, fusing dance, physical theatre and signed languages. Andy is fascinated by the way we communicate and interact as a species and creates work with the intention to connect and empower. Hailing from a theatre background, Andy has performed roles […]

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Cash Savage and the Last Drinks

The world has fallen in love with Cash Savage and the Last Drinks thanks to their signature brand of country, blues and gut-wrenching honesty, and a live show hailed among Australia’s best. The year 2016 saw the release of One Of Us – the band’s third studio album and its most intricate and veracious work […]

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Gawurra

Stanley Gawurra Gaykamangu is a Yolngu performer hailing from Milingimbi (Yurrwi), North East Arnhem Land with a deeply resonant voice and musical sensitivity to match. Gawurra was born in Gove and raised on his grandmother’s land of Yathalamara, moving to Milingimbi (Yurrwi) when he was 12. Gawurra won the NT Song of the Year in the Pop […]

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