Amanda Hayman

β€œI grew up in Logan city and have cultural connections to Kalkadoon and Wakka Wakka Country. I hold a Bachelor of Arts, with a Contemporary Art major, from Griffith University. I have 11 years of experience working within a state institution and was in a managerial position when I left in late 2017, and I have been working independently ever since. I am the Director of Blaklash Creative, an agency specialising in Aboriginal art and design, and also Director of Aboriginal Art Co, a not-for-profit company that promotes art through a gallery and store in Brisbane (opening in late March).”

Director / General Manager

Troy Casey

β€œI am a proud Aboriginal man from Kamilaroi Country north-west New South Wales. I'm a co-founder of Blaklash Creative - an agency specialising in the curation of events, exhibitions and bespoke creative projects that connect people to positive experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, and a director of Aboriginal Art Co. I'm passionate about harnessing economic development opportunities to create positive social change for First Nations Australians.”

Production Manager

Alison Geppert

Alison Geppert is an accomplished Production manager with over 20 years’ experience in the fashion industry. This includes areas such as local and offshore manufacturing, training, negotiation, costings, budgeting, warehousing and logistics. Alison is committed to sharing her knowledge to make positive change, to focus on sustainable practice, and to keep learning.

Operations Manager

Latoya Lucas

β€œI'm a proud Kooma & Kamilaroi women who's spent the last few years living in the Northern Territory in different art/cultural centres, working on exhibitions and art gallery operations. Working in community has shown me the effects these organisations can have. Being able to give the opportunity to help these artists to not just create art and tell their story, but also support their families was very fulfilling and something I'll always enjoy and continue to do in my work with Magpie Goose.”