Sam Byrnand, Ursula K Frederick and MacDonald Nichols
Samuel Byrnand is a digital artist, with a background in Australian political history. His recent research on the myth of the Flora and Fauna Act has been profiled by ABC Fact Check and SBS News, and he is currently completing a Masters degree in digital media, and teaching at the University of Canberra.
Ursula K Frederick is a researcher and practitioner of visual arts, archaeology and heritage based at the Australian National University (ANU). She is currently a recipient of an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Research Award (DE170101351) and was the curator of Promised the Moon, 1969*2019. ORCID: 0000-0001-8132-0310
MacDonald Nichols is a Queanbeyan photographer who is originally a product of the Industrial Design School and has a long history of teaching Photography and Design in the ACT Senior Secondary system. Mac also has an ongoing relationship with the ANU Photography & Media Arts Workshop in various capacities, most recently as a participant in the Master of Visual Art program, graduating in 2016. Mac has exhibited his work in recent years at ANU School of Art, The Photography Room, M16 and CIT in Canberra and in Melbourne at the Centre for Contemporary Photography.