Jane Harrison

Jane Harrison is descended from the Muruwari people of NSW and is an award-winning playwright and author. Her play Stolen was co-winner of the Kate Challis RAKA Award 2002 and has toured across Australia and internationally. Rainbow’s End has been produced in Tokyo and has toured across Australia, winning the 2012 Drover Award. The Visitors was part of the Melbourne Theatre Company 2014 Cybec Electric series. Her novel Becoming Kirrali Lewis won the 2014 Black & Write! Prize and was shortlisted in the 2015 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards and the 2016 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards. She has written for the children’s television series Little J and Big Cuz. She was the Festival Director for Blak & Bright, the Victorian Indigenous Literary Festival in 2016. She has an MA in Playwriting from QUT (2010). Jane believes strongly in the value of stories in strengthening cultural connection.

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