Angharad Wynne Jones, Eliki Reade and Lana Nguyen smiling in front of a wall of graffiti

This conversation explores the desire for, and application of, practical systemic change from three community focused arts practitioners at the early stages of their kinship.

Together they explore where and how 'a life in the arts' lives in times of seismic change and the dynamism being offered from collective, conscientious and practical action.

Angharad Wynne-Jones - Founding Director of Tipping Point Australia
Eliki Reade - producer, artist and community arts facilitator
Lana Nguyen - collaborator, curator and community arts worker 

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