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Aseel Tayah


Aseel Tayah is a Melbourne-based Palestinian artist, creative director and cultural leader who uses her practice to advocate for artists of colour, mothers, children and young people, ‘changing the world, one project at a time’. She has recently been described as ‘an unstoppable force in the Australian cultural landscape’.

As a cultural leader, she has developed ongoing relationships with a variety of organisations including Multicultural Arts Victoria, Arts Centre Melbourne, Polyglot, Arts House, Arts Front, VMC, NGV, Federation Square, ASRC, RISE Refugee and numerous local councils and settlement organisations.

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