Aseel Tayah is a Palestinian Artist who was born under occupation in Jerusalem. Aseel’s life encouraged her to make art that represents what Arab Muslim women face in this world. For her, art is an act of resistance and a tool to survive. Her main focus is empowering women through art. As the first artist in her community, she initiated children and youth platforms to challenge the way people think about art. She is a creative director, art producer, and installation artist that shares her life experience in leadership and community development. She creates an interactive experience which invites the audience to participate by the way she designs her space, body and vocal presence.
A leadership group supporting the Art Front project.
The Fair Play project, funded by Creative Victoria, is an equity and inclusion capacity building program for organisations that receive multi-year funding through Creative Victoria.
Unpacking the Canada Council's $85m Digital Strategy Fund. What worked and what can the arts sector in Australia learn from it?
Little Lunch Online (LLOL) is a daily online meet up and creative exchange to support the Australian arts sector during the Corona Virus pandemic.
The Fair Play symposium will platform the knowledges, leading practices and lived experiences of First Nations, Disability, and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse creative practitioners.