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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. She 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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Sofie Laguna

Sofie Laguna originally studied to be a lawyer, but after deciding law was not for her, she trained as an actor. Sofie began her writing career as an author for children and has written over twenty books for young people. Her work has been published in the US, the UK and in translation throughout Europe […]

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Brandon Lee

Brandon Lee is a Japanese koto (zither) performer and teacher based in Melbourne. He has acquired both classical and contemporary repertoire, and also collaborates with musicians of various musical and cultural background. Apprenticed to the legendary Kazue Sawai in Tokyo, he ranked 2nd in Japan for the Sawai Koto School’s instructor’s examination. Since returning, he […]

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Kenny Chan

Kenny Chan is a registered teacher with the Victorian Institute of Education, and has been running classes in the Japanese manga comic form around Victoria for 15 years. He has previously worked as a freelance artist and animator in comics, video games and movies.

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Scott Wings

Scotty Wings (Scott Sneddon) is a performance poet, physical theatre practitioner and event host based in Melbourne, Australia. He facilitates workshops in spoken word, physical theatre and creativity. Scotty assists people to develop skills in communication, self-confidence, creativity and collaboration through workshops. These include theatre, performance, poetry, poetry slam, physical theatre and immersive theatre. Ages […]

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Jamel Singh & Dheeraj Shrestha

Jamel Kaur Singh studied Classical South Indian, Barathanatium Dance since the age of 6 and has travelled to Singapore to further her studies in North Indian Kathak dance and Classical Indian vocal music and tabla. Her upbringing in Punjabi folk dance, Bhangra, and interest in modern forms of dance such as hip-hop and Latin allows […]

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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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Sarah Kinsella and Brenna Dixon

Sarah Kinsella and Brenna Dixon weave magical props and costumes, stories and ideas, together with the audience’s suggestions and participation, to create a show that will inspire and delight! Sarah Kinsella is one of the funniest performers and most dynamic teachers of improvisation in Australia. She has worked with top improvisation companies in Australia, North […]

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