Amanda Jane Reynolds

New South Wales, Australia

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Amanda Jane Reynolds is a curator, storyteller, cloak-maker, multimedia and ephemeral artist who specializes in community-based collaborations; cultural healing and connection programs; writing texts, songs and multi-voiced narratives for exhibitions, multimedia, and publications. Her heart and spirit is devoted to the flourishing of southeastern cultural traditions, knowledge and histories, and to transforming public spaces of colonial dominance using collaborative and community empowerment models of working. She is the author of Keeping Culture: Aboriginal Tasmania.


Amanda lives in coastal NSW and her family heritage includes Guringai, U.K., Europe, and Afro-American.

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