Mahony has worked in Australia and around the world over the past 25 years in various roles including: artistic and event director, choreographer, creative producer, performer and facilitator of community process.
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Howard started his career in Queenscliff as a boat builder where he specialised in building timber boats. He then moved onto construction work in the commercial industry working on large scale developments and projects. Howard then made the transition to the domestic industry over 20 years ago where he now specialises in architectural homes around the coast.
Howard’s meticulous attention to detail and craftmanship which he developed whilst a boat builder is reflected in the homes that he builds and quality that he delivers in every project. Being a member of the Alternative Technology Association, Howard is up to date with the latest technology and environmental practices that support a sustainable future.
Lizz Lethlean has a 20+ year background in the performing arts, specialising in theatre and puppetry. As a member of Handspan Theatre, international touring formed the backbone of her performance work. Her freelance career includes working as a performer, singer, puppeteer and image maker. Lizz continues to fuse her performance and teaching skills to create theatrical experiences for and with people of all ages. For Connecting Identities, Lizz has contributed the bird puppet imagery for Mouth to Mountain.
Michele Fifer Spooner has worked for 30 years as a visual arts practitioner, and with Handspan Theatre for 20...
Liz McGrath is an artist and teacher focused on positive community engagement, and committed to finding ways that enable others to access art experiences.
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Tara Lunch comes from a performing arts background singing, dancing and acting professionally and teaching.
Jacqui is an Ethnochoreologist and community arts practitioner in choreography and percussion. She is the recipient of a Stepping Stones Scholarship for the Masters of Arts in Ethnochoreology (First Class Honours) at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick.
Danny Krivan came to Australia from New Zealand in 1990 and as a multi-instrumentalist has worked with numerous bands, as well as composing, recording and producing music of all types. He was first introduced to the connecting Identities project in 2009 as one of the contributing musicians and has gradually increased involvement writing and producing the music for both the Steam-Packet and Barwon Head events for Mountain to Mouth in 2016.
Philip Lethlean has designed lighting for over 250 original Australian productions in his 30+ year career. Working in collaboration with diverse creative teams, Philip has lit productions across all genres from theatre, opera, ballet, concerts, puppetry, circus, and comedy, both within Australia and Internationally.
Kaz McGlynn is a prolific artist and art educator in a variety of quirky sculptural and visual art methods. She has a passion for working collaboratively with community groups to produce Iconic Public Art that reflects their environment and stories.