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L.R. Currell

L.R. Currell is an Australian author who currently has around 50 works in progress. His writing spans a variety of genres including crime fiction, historical fiction, dystopia, horror, paranormal, action, post apocalyptic, science fiction and fantasy. Currell served in the Australian Army for five years deploying twice during that time. He enjoys street art, good food, reading, film, krav maga and of course his main passion, writing. He is an avid traveler having spent time in more than 60 countries. It is his dream to one day see at least one of his books on the screen.

Larissa McGowan

Multi award-winning dancer Larissa McGowan began her dance training at the Queensland Dance School of Excellence, before graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts as ‘Most Outstanding Talent’. She joined Australian Dance Theatre (ADT) in 2000 and has toured extensively with the company, both in Australia and internationally.

Laura Wills

Laura Wills is a visual artist based in Adelaide, practicing a diverse range of media from drawing to installation, media arts and community projects. Wills has an interest in using found materials, collaboration and basing projects on social/environmental themes. She regularly exhibits and has received numerous grants and residencies both in Australia and overseas.

Laurence Coffrant

Laurence Coffrant is an Adelaide based jeweller, working with textiles and gemstones. Her favourite materials include raw pyrite, silver, crochet and titanium. Laurence completed her Bachelor of Visual Arts at the University of South Australia in 2014 and continued on to become a teachers assistant in the University’s Jewellery & Metal Department. She is currently a tenant at Gray Street Workshop, which has a long history of nurturing practitioners, working in the field of jewellery and object making.

Lesley Redgate

Born in London 1955, Lesley Redgate moved to South Australia in 1967. She completed her Advanced Diploma of Teaching (Fine Art) at the SA School of Art Stanley Street / Uni SA in 1976 after which she began her career as artist and educator. Winner of the Thomas Laird Memorial Traveling Art Study Award led her to overseas travel in 1994 and 1997. She is represented in the Victorian National Gallery as recipient of the Michelle Endowment Award.

Lina Limosani

Since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in 1999, Lina has maintained a professional career as a dancer, choreographer and teacher. Her career saw her as a member of Garry Stewart’s AUSTRALIAN DANCE THEATRE (ADT) (2000-2007), and then working with artists such as Narelle Benjamin, Lucy Guerin, Troy Mundy, Chunky Move, Frances Darth and NZ’s Shona McCullagh.

Lisa King

Lisa describes herself as a low brow artist that injects elements of street culture by using decks, longboards and other alternative mediums as her preferred canvases. Combining subtle and soft oil painting techniques and drawings with the rawness of these canvases really allows her to add a female voice to the low-brow art movement. She see’s herself as an ethnologist within the fanciful society in which her work exists.

Lisa Costa

Lisa Costa is an Australian contemporary artist. Lisa’s abstracts express her passion for the natural environment. Her earthy and harmonious paintings are largely intuitive, capturing the elements of nature and the textures of native Australia. She uses mixed media and dot painting techniques as well as natural materials found in nature, such as dry branches, sticks and twigs to apply the paint with. “My artwork is about creating a connection with the essence of the natural world. The seen and the unseen, the primitive and the modern, revealing memories and stories in time.”

Lisa Lonero

Since graduating with a BA in Dance at AC Arts, Lisa has most recently been invited to perform at Flinders Medical Centre in the Art in Health program, and is about to embark on a new work with Alison Currie for the Adelaide Fringe 2013. Lisa recently worked with Larissa McGowan, covering her role in her new full-length work, Skeleton and performed, Modern Zebra Safari, Lisa's sold-out show for the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2012. Lisa also worked with Gemma Saloman on a dance on film documentary still due to be released late 2012