Angharad Wynne-Jones (she/her) is Cymry (Welsh) Australian and lives on the unceded lands of the Kulin Nation in Narrm (Melbourne). Angharad was born on the traditional homelands of the Council of the Three Fires: the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi Nations (Chicago). She is currently Head of Creative Engagement at Arts Centre Melbourne, leading a team of creative producers in innovative participative arts programs of access and inclusion, young people, public realm and creative learning that engage with many thousands of Victorians annually. From 2011-2017 she was Artistic Director at Arts House, City of Melbourne , contemporary arts production house and program, where she initiated Australia’s first international biennial Festival of Live Art, Green Room award winning Going Nowhere an environmentally sustainable international arts event, and Refuge – a five year publically engaged investigation into the role of cultural institutions in climate catastrophes. She is Founder Director of TippingPoint Australia developing international and local projects with artists, scientists and communities energising the cultural response to climate change and co-designed and delivered NIDA’s MFA Cultural Leadership course 2015-2018.