Steven Oliver

Steven Oliver is a descendant of the Kuku-Yalanji, Waanyi, Gangalidda, Woppaburra, Bundjalung and Biripi peoples. He rose to prominence with ABC’s ‘Black Comedy’, with other TV credits including ‘Faboriginal’ and ‘Looky Looky Here Comes Cooky’. Steven’s poetry is published in national and international poetry journals such as Ora Nui, Australian Poetry Journal, Solid Air, and […]

Ainslie Wills

Ainslie Wills uses profound lyricism, powerful vocals, and thought-provoking melodies to create music that is genre bending, unique and personal. With a captivating and commanding stage presence, Ainslie’s music has seen her tour both nationally and internationally, being invited to support the likes of Leon Bridges, Michael Kiwanuka, Hiatus Kaiyote, Lianne La Havas, Vance Joy, […]

Clare Bowditch

Clare Bowditch’s 2019 memoir, ‘Your Own Kind Of Girl’, resonated with readers around the world through themes of shaping yourself through the stories we tell and taming your inner critic. Clare has been invited to speak at conferences and organisations all around Australia on the themes in her memoir, on modern mental health, and leads […]

Dr. Todd Fernando

Dr Todd Fernando is a descendant of the Kalarie peoples of the Wiradjuri nation and identifies as queer (pronouns he/him). Todd is the Victorian Commissioner for LGBTIQ+ Communities, providing high-level strategic advice to the Victorian Government on the development and implementation of policies, services, and programs to meet the needs of LGBTIQ+ communities. Todd completed […]