Tom Kelly 

Anthea Doropoulos

Thomas J. Kelly is a First Nations artist and musician based on the Central Coast. His mob are the Budjari and Kunja people of southwest Queensland.

 

Thomas developed a passion for the visual arts and taught himself to play the Didgeridoo at a young age. After finishing school he quickly began studying at NAISDA Dance College, completing three years of training before leaving to pursue his other passions.

 

Since leaving NAISDA Thomas has led and facilitated cultural workshops about Didgeridoo and dance for kids, as well as developing his skills as a visual artist. He is currently working with Emily Flannery as a live musician on her work in development “Bulnuruwanha” (Take Flight), as well as being mentored in dance production by Anthea Doropoulos.


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