Previous Teaching Artists
Artforms - visual arts and crafts
Hannah is a visual arts facilitator, event producer and community arts worker from WA. Calling Darwin home she has lived and worked in regional communities such as Bedourie, Mount Isa and Broken Hill. She loves the NT and is driven by the opportunity to see people try something new. Through visual arts she believes we can communicate more than we do with words and whether it's a funny scribble or long drawn out paintings, she knows that the arts allow us to be present. Her methods are focused on holistic sustainability, equitable engagement and teaching self responsibility through practice development.
Artforms - acting, directing, drama
Tony’s theatre credits include Wait Until Dark (MTC), Barry Dickens’ Squizzy Taylor and Ben Ellis’ Outpatients (La Mama), Not About Heroes, The Tyrone Gallery and Ferlinghetti’s Autobiography (WAX), Closer (Milkbar), The Crucible and Forced Legacy (Brown’s Mart). Shakespearean roles include Iago (Othello, Aardvark), Banquo (Macbeth, Arthouse), The Tempest and Hamlet (Merri Shakespeare) and 19 years with the Australian Shakespeare Co. (ASC) playing the likes of Andrew Aguecheek (Twelfth Night), Touchstone (As You Like It), Rosse (Macbeth), Mr. Toad (Wind in the Willows) and Flute (A Midsummer Night’s Dream). Tony was also a co- conspirator in the highly successful Aardvark Pub Theatre. His directing credits include Dario Fo’s Accidental Death of an Anarchist (DTC), Alan Ayckbourn’s Bedroom Farce (DCA), the self-devised Pen & the Sword (theatre ad absurdum at Brown’s Mart), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Corrugated Iron) and the award-winning Vaudeville Knockout for the Darwin Fringe Festival. Tony has also taught Shakespeare workshops for well over a decade with the ASC and, more recently, Corrugated Iron Youth Arts. He has just returned from Europe having directed/ facilitated a production of Much Ado with a student cast for the Prague Festival.