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Majeda Beatty

Taking you on a journey of Australia’s First Nation dreamtime through an interactive and vibrant experience, Majeda Beatty presents both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island cultures as well as sharing her perspective on being an indigenous millennial woman. She believes in the importance of cultural pride and carrying on past traditions as well as moving […]

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Shyamla

Shyamla is an accomplished Performing Artist, Choreographer and Teacher with three decades of dance experience and a Master’s Degree in International Human Rights Law. Shyamla has taught at renowned studios throughout Australia and abroad (Sydney Dance Company, Ettingshausens, Dance Attic UK) and specialises in cultural dance (Hip Hop, Bollywood, Traditional Indian and Brazilian Samba), having […]

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Mark Greenwood

Mark Greenwood is an author with a passion for history. His award winning books have been honoured internationally. He has twice received the West Australian Premier’s Award for The Legend of Lasseter’s Reef and The Legend of Moondyne Joe. Other titles include Ned Kelly and the Green Sash, Midnight – the story of a light […]

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Frané Lessac

Frané Lessac is an author/ illustrator of international renown having over 40 award winning children’s books. She has a passion to inspire and instill pride in children about their own unique heritage and their ability to capture it in pictures and words. Frané has contributed her distinctive paintings to many picture books including, “Simpson and […]

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Martin Chatterton

An engaging and comedic speaker, Martin Ed Chatterton has been writing, illustrating and performing successfully around the world for the last thirty years appearing extensively at schools, festivals, conferences, TV and radio in the UK, Australia, India, China and the USA. His books for children and adults have been published in more than a dozen […]

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John Larkin

John Larkin began life as a professional soccer player but was forced to retire at twenty-one due to a serious knee injury and an even more serious bout of apathy. Disillusioned and heartbroken, he backpacked around Europe for a year, and was bitten by the writing bug while sitting in a café in Paris reading […]

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WALA

When the power of percussion meets dazzling vocal harmony in the dance of life. A dynamic fusion of drumming, dance, percussion and soaring vocal harmonies. Three passionate, exuberant and talented performers present audiences with an exciting display of Ghanaian culture. Odai: To see Wala’s spirited lead-vocalist Odai perform is to witness a genuine love of […]

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Jenny Ellis

Jenny Ellis has been a puppeteer for over fifteen years. She has a Post-Graduate Diploma in Puppetry from the Victorian College of the Arts. In 2012 she was awarded a major fellowship with the Mike Walsh Foundation to research contemporary puppetry in Europe. Jenny was a Researcher for the NSW Minister for Education from 2003-2005, […]

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Oliver Phommavanh

Oliver Phommavanh is a fresh and positive voice for multiculturalism. He’s Aussie born and bred, but comes from a Thai/Laotian background. His first book Thai-Riffic! was published by Penguin in 2010 (with sequel Thai-No-Mite following in 2012). His second book, Con-Nerd, was released in June 2011, and Punchlines in 2012. Stuff Happens: Ethan was published […]

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Philip Green

Combining the knowledge of David Attenborough, the humour of Robin Williams and the daring of Indiana Jones, Philip’s infectious enthusiasm and expertise has been shared with over 280,000 students throughout Australia, USA, Central America and NZ, and has visited over 1200 schools in Australia alone presenting his range of highly acclaimed eco-science shows. Philip Green […]

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