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Leuli Eshraghi

Léuli Eshraghi is a Narrm Melbourne-based artist, curator and PhD candidate at MADA. His practice is centred on indigeneity, language, body sovereignty, and queer possibility. Léuli holds qualifications in Indigenous Arts Management and Cultural Studies. He is editor of Oceania Now publication on contemporary art practice and was Tautai Trust Artist in Residence 2015. leulieshraghi.com

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Lily Mae Martin

Lily Mae Martin is an artist, illustrator, writer and drawing teacher. She was shortlisted for the Rick Amor drawing prize and the Benalla Nude 2014. She is represented by Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne.

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Mahla Karimiyan

Mahla Karimiyan is an Iranian refugee who arrived in Australia in 2013. Since being released from detention, her practice has focused primarily on photography. She anticipates producing more etchings.

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Sam Wallman

Sam Wallman is a unionist and cartoonist based on unceded Wurundjeri country. He is a member of the Workers Art Collective. His new longform book,  Our Members Be Unlimited: a Comic About Unions is out now through Scribe Publications. You can follow his work here.

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Merv Heers

Merv Heers is a comic book artist from the western suburbs of Brisbane who currently resides in Melbourne.

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Madina Sayar

Madina Sayar is eleven years old. She attends the Refugee Art Project's workshop for women with her mother, Yalda Sayar, who came to Australia as a refugee from Afghanistan.

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Anton Pulvirenti

Anton Pulvirenti is a Sydney-based artist and Refugee Art Project facilitator whose work explores the history of internment in Australia, drawing on the experience of his Sicilian grandfather, who was incarcerated during the Second World War.

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