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KG2014 Provocateurs

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The Kultour Gathering is designed to bring groups of artists and artsworkers exploring cultural diversity within the framework of contemporary, multidisciplinary and experimental arts in Australia together with a range of provocateurs who's mission is to dissect, examine, expose, celebrate, challenge and inspire the practice. A provocateur is a senior artist who works with participants to develop their ideas and also help them challenge their own process and practice. Provocateurs will stimulate and support artists through these processes of investigating and reimagining their art practice. KG2014 has enlisted the knowledge and experience of several Provocateurs for our Gatherings, we are proud to introduce them to you. 


Fotis was the Director of Multicultural Arts Victoria between 1992 and 2001; then founded Kape Communications Pty Ltd.

Kape Communications ran the national arts leadership program, Multicultural Arts Professional Development for the Australia Council for the Arts and hosted a range of international speakers such as, America’s leading audience diversity specialist, Donna Walker–Kuhne from NYC and Dr Richard Kurin from the Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

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Angela has been a professional theatre artist and event creator for over thirty years. She was a member of the acting ensemble of Australia's first professional community theatre company, the Mill Community Theatre Company from 1982 to 1985. In 1985 Angela was appointed CEO/Artistic Director of Arena Theatre Company. From 1988 to 1991 Angela was CEO/ Artistic Director of Magpie Theatre, State Theatre Company of South Australia. 

From 1991 to 2007 Angela was CEO/Artistic Director of Deckchair Theatre in Fremantle, WA, where she directed over thirty-five productions and commissioned sixteen writers. Angela also successfully directed Shakespeare in Kings Park for six years.

PERTH - Kerry O'Sullivan

kerryosullivanKerry O'Sullivan is the Executive Director of The Blue Room Theatre in Perth. Since graduating from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Arts in 2002, Kerry has been involved in the independent theatre arts and comedy scene in Perth as a producer, director, writer, performer, publicist and stage manager.

SYDNEY - Fraser Corfield

FRASER CORFIELD2Fraser is a director, dramaturge and the Artistic Director of Australian Theatre for Young People. He has been the Artistic Director of Backbone Youth Arts (Qld, 2005-08) Riverland Youth Theatre (SA, 2001-03) and the Associate Director of Queensland's second largest professional theatre company La Boite Theatre (1997-2000).

CANBERRA - Avi Amesbury

aviamesburyAvi Amesbury is the Executive Director of Craft ACT: Craft + Design Centre and leads the team in delivering services that support sector sustainability and professional practice. 

HOBART - Annie Greig

anniegreigAnnie Greig is the Artistic Director of Tas Dance. Since her appointment in 1997, Annie has developed the company into a vital force in the cultural landscape of Tasmania and contributing to national arts practice. Under Annie's leadership, Tasdance has built a reputation for high quality main-stage presentations and innovative community and education programs.

With an extensive career in the arts industry, Annie was honoured to receive a Bicentennial Medal in 2003 for her services to dance and placed on the Honour Roll for Women in Tasmania 2010.

BRISBANE – Adam Tucker

adamtuckeAdam moved from Regional Queensland to Brisbane to study a Bachelor of Arts (Drama)/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). 

On completion he took his first teaching position at Caboolture State High School and during this time discovered an ability to dance. Returning to QUT Adam completed an Associate Degree (Dance Performance) majoring in Ballet and Contemporary Dance.

MELBOURNE – Bernadette Fitzgerald

bernadettefitzgeraldBernadette Fitzgerald has a background in theatre, contemporary dance, education and administration, and has worked both as a performer in and administrator of community-based art projects.

PERTH - Monica Main

MonicaMainMonica Main is a graduate of The Victorian College of the Arts. She's an actor, writer, director, puppeteer and award winning voice over artist (Golden Stylus winner). She directed, co-produced and acted in The Warrior and The Princess which has returned from a highly celebrated season at the prestigious 2014 New York International Fringe Festival after a sellout 2012 Blue Room Theatre season and 2013 Fremantle Festival season.

CANBERRA - Chenoeh Miller

ChenoehChenoeh Miller is artistic director of Little Dove Theatre Art. She is interested in the creation of a new kind of spectacle that uses philosophy, emotional intelligence and biology to make shows and events that truly connect with audiences.

HOBART – Jane Haley

janehaleyJane Haley has worked in the arts all her life and all over Australia.

She has expertise and experience in national strategic policy development, the management of not-for-profit cultural organisations and private sector support for the arts.

Jane's career encompasses a broad range of arts organisations including the management of Arts Access Victoria, the Queensland Theatre Company, the Arts Council of Australia (ACT) and Sidetrack Theatre. 


samcookListed in the worlds Who's Who of Women, Sam Cook is cross-artform practitioner, educator, arts manager and leader in Indigenous Arts, currently developing Nomads Palace, the worlds first travelling multi-arts venue dedicated to the worlds Indigenous people.

MELBOURNE - Kane Forbes

kaneKane Forbes is the Manager for Performing Arts - Touring at Regional Arts Victoria. 

Kane hails from a small regional university town in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Part of a large theatrical family, Kane literally grew up in a theatre and has performed in, or worked on stage-shows of all scales.

MELBOURNE – Margaret Dobson

margdobsonMy working creative life has been focused on developing new performance projects presented through theatre, cabaret and street theatre, with music, satire and political content. 

In the early years of the Melbourne Fringe, I performed in the collaboratively produced Women’s Seasons on group and solo shows.


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