2011 Sidney Myer Creative Fellows
Gorkem is a documentary theatre and digital performance maker.
Brook is a conceptually driven artist using installation to challenge cultural and historical perceptions.
Appiah is a dancer, musician and choreographer originating from Ghana, West Africa.
Natasha is the former Director of the Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society at the University of Tasmania.
Ben is a hybrid practitioner committed to research and experimentation.
Bob is a theatre, dance and opera designer.
Sam is a performance maker who draws on his dance, visual theatre and writing practice.
Gunybi Ganambarr is a Yolngu artist and ceremonial yidaki player.
Finegan Kruckemyer is a commissioned playwright of more than 50 works for companies around Australia and overseas.
Katie’s technical mastery and pure voice makes her one of Australia’s most versatile and beloved jazz and contemporary singer/songwriters.
Hannah is the Director of Creative Asia, an arts consultancy focused on building cross-cultural collaborations between Australia and Asia.
Eugene is a percussionist, composer, conductor and Artistic Director of Speak Percussion.
The Selection Panel for the 2011 Fellowships comprised:
Carrillo Gantner AO (representing the Sidney Myer Fund Trustees)