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Kat Clarke discusses being a young, Aborginal, hoodie-wearing woman.
Ria Soemardjo incorporates Javanese vocal techniques into her own traditional and contemporary musical performances.
Nazeem Hussain and Aamer Rahman talk about their collaboration as comedy duo, ‘Fear of a Brown Planet’.
Diana Nguyen reflects on how she expresses her identity and Vietnamese heritage through performing arts.
The Angels’ Voices band talk about maintaining their Congolese traditions through entertaining and reaching out to new audiences.
Andy Jackson discusses how his poetry has become integral to expressing who he is and the experiences that shape his identity.
Dimitri Katsoulis shows the importance of traditional Greek shadow puppet theatre to Greek communities in Greece and Melbourne.
Ede Horton discusses how her glass creations are expressions of her own contemporary Jewish identity.
Eseta Meneilly reflects on how her ecclesiastical stoles unite her spirituality, her ministry and her Fijian heritage.
Heja Chong combines ancient techniques with contemporary forms to express herself and the influences of the Australian environment.
Anna Apinis produced large weavings which incorporate traditional patterns from her homeland in Latvia.
Eva Schubert incorporates Australian nature and materials into her wooden carvings, telling stories from her life experiences.
Lou Xiang combines his surroundings with his own interpretations of traditional Chinese brush and ink painting and calligraphy.
Bindi Cole talks about exploring Aboriginal identity through her photography.