Arts Worker Directory


Aimee Falzon

Client focus: limited mobility; moderate intellectual disability; hearing impaired / Deaf; communication impaired; vision impaired; brain injury; mental illness.

Children (0-12yrs), youth (13-17yrs), adults (18-65yrs)

Region: CBD, Western Suburbs, Inner West, North Shore, Eastern Suburbs.

Biography: Aimee Falzon has facilitated workshops and tutored young people with various organisations including the Australian Theatre for Young People, Powerhouse Youth Theatre and Blacktown Migrant Resource Centre, where she worked with newly arrived young refugees. Her arts experience includes the performing and visual arts with an emphasis on drama and voice, including singing. She trained with the Actors Centre Australia and studied Performance at the University of Sydney.  She has performed in many theatre and film productions in Australia and overseas from Western Sydney to the Opera House and the Belfast Festival.

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Sarah Hone

Client focus: limited mobility; low vision / blind; moderate intellectual disability; severe intellectual disability; hearing impairment/ Deaf; communication difficulties; autism; and mental illness.

Children (0-12yrs), youth (13-17yrs), adults (18-65yrs)

Region: CBD; Inner West; Western Suburbs; Eastern Suburbs.

Biography: For the past eight years Sarah has worked with adults with intellectual and physical disability, children, mental health groups and the indigenous travelling community of Ireland. She has successfully run and facilitated several community development programmes with teenagers at risk, under the Dublin School Completion programme. She has worked with the Tutti Arts Ensemble as a drama tutor for two years and for DECS as a drama therapist for newly arrived refugee children with post-traumatic stress. She is a member of SA based Bad Company, devising and performing educational theatre pieces concerning addiction and dependency. Sarah Hone is a drama tutor and drama therapist, with a degree in speech and drama studies and a MA in Drama therapy.

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Cali Vandyk-Dunlevy

Client focus: limited mobility; low vision / blind; moderate intellectual disability; brain injury; severe intellectual disability; communication difficulties; autism; and mental illness.

Children (0-12yrs), youth (13-17yrs), adults (18-65yrs), older persons (65+)

Region: CBD, Inner West, Western Suburbs.

Biography: Cali Vandyk-Dunlevey is a creator and facilitator in drama and creative expression. Her experience includes developing and facilitating award winning workshop programs and mentoring emerging artists with a disability. She is the original Creator of Unlock Your Creativity, a performing arts workshop series as featured on ABC TV’s 7:30 Report. She established Sound Circles in Sydney for Accessible Arts in association with Access Arts QLD. Her work is underpinned by experience in professional theatre, community cultural development, local government and the disability sector. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Arts Management (UNISA), B.A. in Educational Theatre (University of Adelaide) and is a graduate of the Power of Acting at the Actors Centre (Sydney).

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