Set within our four public secondary schools; this program enables students to make new works linked to the NSW Curriculum. Guided by leading Indigenous artists, the program provides hands-on learning experiences across dance, performance, composition, recording and visual art. Read more about our Artists-in-Residence below.

Image: Artist Dennis Golding, 2021, Carriageworks. Photograph Zan Wimberley

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Neville Williams Boney  is a proud Wiradjuri/Weilwan man from Wagga Wagga. Neville is a He is currently an independent, interdisciplinary artist living on Dharug Lands. Neville’s passion is to pass on his cultural and creative knowledge on to the next generation through art and create his own works so he can to bridge gaps in his culture, community, art and self.
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Marcus Corowa  is an award-winning First Nations entertainer, as an accomplished singer/songwriter, actor and mentor. Drawing on his Aboriginal and South Sea Islander heritage, Marcus creates captivating music with elements of blues, jazz and funk. Marcus is a positive role model and advocate for diversity and inclusion, committed to using his voice to mentor and inspire young Australians.
Tarni Eastwood headshot
Tarni Eastwood  is a Ngiyampaa and Guringai artist and curator based in Western Sydney. She has a multidisciplinary arts practice working in photography, video, painting, weaving, sculpture and installation.
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Dub Leffler  is an illustrator, writer, animator and mixed media artist, working in the arts through books, film, television, muralism and art education. He is descended from the Bigambul and Mandandanji people of southwest Queensland as well as being of French, Syrian and Irish heritage. At last count, Dub has created 25 books.