Gillian Harrison has lived and worked for over 20 years in the Northern Territory mainly in the arts, particularly the music industry and with Aboriginal musicians. She was the inaugural Chair of the NT Government’s Arts Grants Board and brings networks from across the NT, particularly remote areas and Central Australia from her time as Central Australia Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) Music Manager, running CAAMA’s record label and recording studio in Alice Springs. She has served on two boards of the Australia Council and two grants committees of what is now Arts Victoria.
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From Outstation to Out There (Mapping Music in Australia)