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Kirsteene Phelan is the Australian Communications Manager for Etsy.com.
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Inspired by the timeless beauty of Lake Eyre, Jacob Nash has won the ArtsHub Emerging Artist Award for his set design on Bangarra Dance Theatre production Terrain.
Sydney born designer Dion Lee is one of the most exciting in names in fashion.
South African born fashion designer Carl Kapp's pieces have become celebrity must-have items.
STATE OF DESIGN: German-born, London-trained, Kristina Brenke designed and manufactured for prominent Sydney jewellers prior to setting up her own studio. Her work is highly sculptural, yet easily worn. By allowing the manufacturing process to define the design, she balances spontaneity with sound craftsmanship.
Gregory Bonasera is a ceramicist with an in depth understanding of the processes utilised in the production of ceramics; a methodical thinker who works more like an industrial designer than a potter to realise his creations and to advise and collaborate with other designers on their projects.
STATE OF DESIGN: Kyoko Osato is a weaver based in Melbourne originally from Japan. She learned how to weave when she studied Textile Design at RMIT in Melbourne majoring in weaving in 2003. Since then she has been designing and weaving textile accessories.
STATE OF DESIGN: Ingrid Tufts has wanted to make things since her childhood. Her career took her down a different path, (computer programmer), but eventually she realised her dream, and is now living it.
JUDITH WRIGHT CENTRE: Julie Shepherd is a self employed ceramic artist specialising in unique very fine translucent and pierced porcelain sculpture.
I grew up with male cousins and was a bit of a tomboy. My mother took me to ballet class so as to "feminize" me a little.
Joel Birch drops letters like David “Son of Sam” Berkowitz fumbling with his fly in the bushes outside the first story flat of a living-alone female on international student exchange.
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