Kado Muir is an artist who lives and practices in the Goldfields.
He is an Aboriginal traditional owner and his work is inspired by his culture, traditions and environment.
Kado works in a variety of mediums, including ceramics, printmaking, painting and writing. He creates works that tell a story, that seek to share his knowledge, language and culture and celebrate the environment that has inspired him.
Born in Leonora, Kado has returned to his hometown, where he is currently involved in securing native title rights over his traditional lands, standing up against uranium mining and working with Leonora District High School to engage students in Two Way Learning on Country, bridging science and traditional knowledge.
Lyn Di Ciero
Lyn is a visual arts writer, curator, filmmaker and publisher pf the Artist’s Chronicle, the longest running independent visual arts magazine in WA. Lyn was formerly the visual arts feature writer for The West Australian newspaper.
Her curatorial roles include Castaways Sculpture Awards for sculpture with recycled components and the Soroptimist International of Fremantle Help the Homeless Art Auction, which raises funds for crucial services to the homeless.
As a filmmaker, her credits include Makers: The Artists, their work, their lives, commissioned by St John of God Health Care and approved by the Documentary Australia Foundation, now screening at St John of God Murdoch Hospital Arts Channel, the first arts channel within a hospital in WA.
Andrew Frazer is a multidisciplinary artist from Bunbury, Western Australia.
Andrew has created two pieces for Kalgoorlie’s Heartwalk street art project.
Inspired by stories of hope, despair, redemption, pain & forgiveness – Andrew’s narrative based art continues to draw upon these experiences that connect us all through shared stories. From murals, illustration, hand lettering, design & arts management.
Andrew hosts workshops to build capacity in artists and will be hosting in Kalgoorlie-Boulder in September.