Actor Kylie Bracknell is a Noongar woman and Angelina Hurley is an Aboriginal writer and PhD student from Brisbane from the Jagera, Gooreng gooreng, Munanjali, Birriah and Gamilaaray nations. Join them in a chat with Craig Quartermaine about where jokes end and where serious business begins.
Angelina Hurley is a Jagera, Mununjali, Gooreng Gooreng, Birriah and Kamilaroi Woman from Brisbane, who is currently undertaking a Doctorate of Creative Arts. Her comedy writing career started with the production of her short film Aunty Maggie and the Womba Wakgun, with Screen Australia.
Kylie Bracknell (Kaarljilba Kaardn) is an accomplished actress, voice-over artist, TV presenter, writer and theatre director from Noongar nation.
Bracknell has coordinated and managed a variety of theatre, film and television, and radio industry programs. She was program manager of the Media and Screen Industry Indigenous Employment Program for Screen Australia, and Program Manager of the Indigenous Department at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School. She is currently employed as Associate Artist at Perth Festival.
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Sat 22 Feb 11am