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Young Women Talk Kim Lawler Creative Producer



Young Women Talk – 16 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Stories is a digital media project that highlights 16 diverse stories from young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women from across Australia. Young Women Talk was designed to provide opportunities for young Indigenous women aged 18-29 years to share their personal stories of learning and working and their vision for women in Australia.


Creative Producer: Kim Lawler in consultation with Alex Haynes, for Security4Women, September to December 2007.


Funded by the Office for Women, Department of Family and Community Services

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Landscape and Memory is a collection of family stories revealing an intimate insight into the formation of Balgo Aboriginal Community within the Kutjungka Region in the Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia from the 1940’s through to 2008.  The project has developed from a digital media project initiated by Kim Lawler in collaboration with Balgo Aboriginal Community in 2005 - 2009.


Creative Producer: Kim Lawler in collaboration with Balgo Community Members


Supported by Experimenta Media Arts, Australia Council for the Arts, Deakin University, ANKAAA, NAIDOC, Warlayirti Aboriginal Corporation, Palyalatju Maparnpa Health Committee.





Past Caring is a theatre work in collaboration with The Necessary Stage in Singapore and The Tony Yap Company in Melbourne. Design stage one was held in Singapore January 2008 followed by production in stage two, Melbourne July 2008. The final theatre performance will be developed and held in Singapore at The Necessary Stage in February 2009.


Digital Media Artist: Kim Lawler.


Supported by Multicultural Arts Victoria

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Kim Lawler The Necessary Stage Tony Yap Company





''Art Is...' Horsham's annual arts festival 'Art is...' in conjunction with Ausdance Austrailian Youth Dance Festival, Horsham 2006

Digital Media Artist: Kim Lawler

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Horsham Festival New Media Artis Kim Lawler