Emma Dallamora

Emma is a PhD student at Federation University, researching in aesthetics and creative arts. An all-rounder, she is general manager of the humanities research group CERG, a regular consultant in applied arts strategies for various local and grassroots orgs, and has also worked as a stylist, designer, makeshift curator and general freewheeler, including for the It Takes Courage project, BODA Golden Plains, WolvesChildren, Forte, and VAMFF. She tweets at @poetrystheworst.

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