Jane has worked extensively in the Northern Rivers region as an independent producer, Placemaking Producer for the Lismore Quad, Festival Producer for the Boomerang Festival (Bluesfest) and Programming Manager for NORPA (Northern Rivers Performing Arts). From 2014 to 2018, Jane was the General Manager for BlakDance – the national Peak Organisation for First Nations dance. Other roles have included Executive Producer for Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM), Associate Producer for the Australian Cultural Festival, Australian Embassy, Jakarta and Executive Producer for the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, Bali.
Kylie Caldwell is a Bundjalung women who is dedicated to sustaining and promoting Aboriginal Arts & Culture. Kylie has come full circle, having started a career in textile and art design and then working 14 years with the Department of Education where she implemented engagement programs focusing on student attendance, aspirations and arts. Kylie has decided to follow her passion returning to arts. She is a multidisciplinary artist that has been regenerating Bundjalung weaving, working with local groups of women in Bundjalung and researching museum collections in Australia and overseas.
Ingrid is passionate about both working in the arts and creative industries and also as a practicing artist herself. Her creative career has included work with The Brisbane Powerhouse Arts, Art Pharmacy, The Nest Creative Space and UNSW Art & Design. Her studies in Fine Art at both QUT and UNSW Art & Design has resulted in her current focus on painting, inspired by the relationship between science and art. Ingrid is also currently an Art Scout and independent curator working with local emerging artists.
Phoebe Rose is a musician, artists and arts worker with over 10 years’ experience working in the creative sector. From film, theatre, music venues, festivals and galleries to established arts and cultural organisations, she brings a wide range of experience. Playing in internationally renowned, mixed abilities electro pop band, Tralala Blip she uses her passion and experience to advocate for accessibility for the whole community.