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Bronwyn Blaiklock

Community engagement officer

Over the last 20 years, Bronwyn has achieved high profile activity in performing arts and professional writing across three states through work as artistic director, performer, arts administrator, adjudicator, writer, editor and educator. An consummate pianist and published poet, Bronwyn established the Pure Poetry project in 2003 to create collaborative performance opportunities for poets and musicians. Her poetry appears in numerous Australian anthologies, and her first collection, Etching my Initials, was published in 2016 by Melbourne Poets Union. She wrote 'Song of the Goldfields' collaboratively with renowned Australian composer Ann Carr-Boyd, a work for soprano, cello and piano (Wirripang Publishing). Bronwyn has also contributed to state-wide literary initiatives as a board member of Writers Victoria (2010-2014). She is currently on the Board of the Ballarat Arts Foundation (BAF).