Zoe is community artist, creative facilitator and visual scribe based on Whadjuk Noongar country in Perth, Western Australia.
Zoe focuses on connecting to people and place, listening and creating experiences that bring people together. Her work branches across visual practice, performance, participatory installation and community engaged art.
Zoe studied Anthropology & Sociology and Performance Studies at Curtin University. In 2019 she graduated from the International Youth Initiative Program, a year-long social entrepreneurship education based in Sweden, Brazil and Scotland. Here she focused on arts practices for systems change, experimenting with visual scribing, movement practice, collaborative performance and large-scale participatory story-telling.
Zoe is currently working at Centre for Social Impact as part of the support team for Danjoo Koorliny Walking Together Social Impact Project. She wholeheartedly believes in play, dancing and asking big questions.
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