Suzanne Bartos has degrees in Social Studies, Visual Arts and Theatre, and has been a practising artist for over 25 years in sculpture and drawing, and a practising psychotherapist for most of that time as well. Documentation of her artwork outside of the WRVAP projects can be seen here.
Sue Callanan has degrees in Social Studies, Visual Arts and Public Art, has been practising as an installation, performance and public artist for 30 years and is also a founding director of Articulate project space. Documentation of her work outside of WRVAP projects can be seen here and here.
Juliet Fowler Smith is an installation artist and art therapist of over 25 years practice, and was the the founding curator of the WRVAP in 2009 when, for the third time in 50 years, her family's Dungog farm was about to be submerged under the Tilligra Dam. Documentation of her work can be seen here.
Noelene Lucas has been a sculptor, installation and video artist for over 35 years, and was a lecturer in the art school of the University of Western Sydney until it was closed in 2003. Documentation of her work can be seen here.
Margaret Roberts has been an installation artist for over 25 years, a founding director of Articulate project space in 2010 and is currently also a lecturer at the National Art School. Documentation of her work can be seen here.
Toni Warburton is an artist using ceramics, glass, drawing, found objects and installation for over 35 years and lecturing at most of the art schools in Sydney over that time. Documentation of her recent work can be seen here.
David Watson has been working as a photographer and film-curator for over 25 years, and whose work can be seen here