2016 House Programs You and Me and the Space Between - Page 4

Oslo is a widely published illustrator, artist and cartoonist. Oslo draws regularly for The Age newspaper and his work has appeared in the New York Times, the Guardian and online for SBS. He has also drawn for the Golden Plains music festival, the National Gallery of Victoria, Readings, Triple R FM and The Wheeler Centre, among many others. Oslo’s books have covered topics ranging from Donald Trump, Henry Lawson, Asian mothers and scenes of angst-ridden daily life you can colour in.  FELICITY HORSLEY Puppeteer Felicity is a performer, theatre maker, community cultural development artist and educator. As a performer Felicity currently works as a freelance, for festivals and with Terrapin Puppet Theatre and Polyglot Theatre. She has been developing and implementing community arts programs for over 12 years, facilitating art, circus and performance workshops for young people in some of the most remote communities across Australia as well as overseas. She is currently developing her own interdisciplinary work in Tasmania, supported by Salamanca Arts Centre’s HyPe Program. Felicity is a recipient of the Australia Council’s Artstart program and was recently supported by Theatre Council Tasmania in the Producing Cultural Leaders Mentor Program. KATHERINE TONKIN Narrator Katherine has worked with a number of Australia’s leading main stage and independent theatre companies, as well as playing to festivals both nationally and overseas. Theatre credits include The Cherry Orchard, Apocalypse Bear Trilogy, Cloud Nine, and A Streetcar Named Desire: Explorations (Melbourne Theatre Company), The Histrionic, and Baal (STC/Malthouse Theatre), The Wild Duck and Elektra Orestes (Belvoir), Conversation Piece (Lucy Guerin Inc/Belvoir), Tame, OT:Chronicles of the Old Testament (Malthouse Theatre), The Eisteddfod (Stuck Pigs Squealing/Malthouse Theatre/ Brisbane Powerhouse/Downstairs Belvoir), Gilgamesh (Uncle Semolina & Friends/MIAF/ Sydney Opera House/The Barbican (London )/ Festival of Australian Theatre in China (Beijing and Shanghai), Smashed (Griffin Independent), I heart John McEnroe (Uninvited Guests/Theatre Works), Duets for Lovers and Dreamers (Insite Arts/fortyfivedownstairs), and 3XSisters (Hayloft Project). Screen credits include Macbeth (Arclight Films), The Future is Expensive, Winners and Losers, City Homicide, Neighbours, Blue Heelers, Snake Tales, Kick, and various short films. Katherine is a graduate of the WAAPA and proud member of Actors Equity. IMAGE | Olso Davis OSLO DAVIS Artist