We *finally* made it to our 6th Issue! We couldn’t have done it without the insightful, moving and frank reflections from our wonderful Issue 6 Contributors. Thank you.
*You can access their Issue 6 Digest contributions by clicking their hyperlinked name*
Roxi Ruuska is an emerging professional in the GLAM sector. She has worked in a variety of acquisitions, curatorial, communications and reference roles at the National Library of Australia and Australian War Memorial. Roxi is passionate about photographic collections and the role of the photograph as object and image. She holds a Bachelor of Film and Digital Media (Photography) from Deakin University, Honours in Visual Arts (Photomedia) from the University of Sydney and a Master of Museum Studies from Macquarie University.
You can follow Roxi on Twitter @roxiruuska
Arrin Chapman is a teacher, performance poet, amateur photographer and general word wrangler from Canberra. He currently resides in the sunny climes of Moscow. Over the years he has had the honour of working with many talented artists as a member of The Tragic Troubadours and a Co-founder and host of Art Underground as well as many other at many other events and festivals. His work can be found sprawled across the internet in a poorly controlled fashion.
You can keep up to date with what Arrin is doing by following him on Twitter @ArrinChapman or at his websites below:
Laura Wiles is a museum professional who started life as an archaeologist. She has worked for the Australian War Memorial and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, holding a variety of positions including Intern, Assistant Curator, Catalogue Coordinator, Archivist and Senior Archivist. She has completed a Bachelor of Arts (History and Archaeology) and a Master of Liberal Arts (Museums and Collections). She currently works in the curatorial team at the Museum and Gallery of the Northern Territory in Darwin.
You can follow Laura on Twitter at: @laurawiles87
ALL PHOTOGRAPHS OF ISSUE 6 CONTRIBUTORS HAVE BEEN SUPPLIED BY THEMSELVES.