Web and Flow
Artists in this event:
Sunili Govinnage is a Human Rights Lawyer, researcher, writer and editor who grew up in Perth. After leaving corporate law, she worked at Legal Aid WA and was a volunteer board member for a community legal centre. She spend 2 years living in Jakarta, Indonesia, volunteering to assist asylum seekers and refugees and is preparing to start post-graduate studies in International Law. She tweets at @sunili.
Ross Tapsell researches the media in Indonesia and Malaysia. He was a recipient of the Australian Government Endeavour Postdoctorate Award, where he conducted research on press freedom and media ownership in Indonesia. He is author of the book ‘Bylines, Balibo, Bali Bombings: Australian Journalists in Indonesia’ (ASP, 2015). Ross began lecturing at the School of Culture, History and Language in 2011.
Eleanor Jackson, Editor-in-Chief and Poetry Editor, is a Filipino Australian poet, performer, arts producer and radio broadcaster. Eleanor has featured at festivals around Australia including the Melbourne Writers, Sydney Writers, Brisbane Writers, Queensland Poetry, Tasmanian Poetry, Brisbane Emerging Arts, Margaret River Readers and Writers, Brisbane Fringe, Brisbane, Anywhere Theatre and Woodford Folk Festivals. She is a radio broadcaster for 4ZZZ fm and currently Artist in Residence at La Boite Theatre.
André Dao is a writer of fiction and non-fiction. His work has appeared in The Monthly, Meanjin, Going Down Swinging, Crikey, The New Philosopher, The Conversation, Harvest Magazine and The Lifted Brow. He is the editor-at-large of Right Now, a human rights media organisation, and was the Editor of The Emerging Writer for the 2013 Emerging Writer’s Festival.