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Artistic Advisory Committee

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Bina Bhattacharya

Bina is an award-winning film maker from Campbelltown, Writer for the feature film “Here Out West” and awarded Best Screenplay for her short film "Musings" at Sydney’s Made in the West Film Festival, which also screened at the 2018 Melbourne Queer Film Festival. Her 2017 short film "Wild Dances" won the Audience Choice Award at the Made in the West Film Festival as well as screening at international festivals as well as Mardi Gras Film Festival and Melbourne Queer Film Festival.

Bina also works as Creative Producer - Youth and Emerging at PYT Fairfield, Western Sydney's leading professional theatre company with a focus on youth.

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Cath Dadd

Cath Dadd is one of Australia's most well-respected and experienced theatre practitioners, particularly in the field of opera, with extensive experience in stagecraft, direction and production management.

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Robert Love AM

Having served as Director of Riverside Theatres for 20 years, Robert Love needs no introduction! His distinguished record includes founder of Toe Truck Theatre, senior management and leadership roles at the Seymour Centre, the New Nimrod Theatre, State Theatre Company of SA, Sydney Theatre Company and Fox Studios.  In his role at Riverside Theatres he expanded its performance program to include festivals and annual seasons of theatre, dance and opera, a schools and family program, an arts and disability program, and music and cinema series, and more recently advocating for the redevelopment and renewal of Riverside and National Theatre of Parramatta. He continues to undertake projects through Love Stages.


Amy Moon

Amy is an arts industry professional and holds a Bachelor of Music (Dist) from Western Sydney University and an MA in Arts Management from RMIT. Amy has worked for Riverside Theatres, Orchestra Victoria, Victorian Opera, Opera Australia, 2MBS, 3MBS and JOY 94.9. She has also spent several years working for the NSW Government, including six years at Create NSW in Arts Funding and Development. 

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Brett Weymark OAM

Brett Weymark is one of Australia’s foremost choral conductors. Since 2003 Brett Weymark has conducted the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs throughout Australia and internationally. He has also conducted the Sydney, Adelaide, Queensland, West Australian and Tasmanian symphony orchestras, Orchestra of the Antipodes, Sydney Youth Orchestra, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic and productions for WAAPA, Pacific Opera and OzOpera. He has performed with Opera Australia, Pinchgut Opera, Australian Chamber Orchestra, The Song Company and Musica Viva.

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