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Pippa Bailey grew up on Wangal Land in Sydney, starting her career as a performer and reporter/producer with SBSTV. Pippa spent many years in the UK. She was Artistic Director for The Museum Of on London’s South Bank and also for oh!art @Oxford House; an Associate Director with The World Famous – innovate company of pyrotechnicians and also produced the Total Theatre Awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2007-12. She developed BiDiNG TiME, an international participatory theatre project, to highlight the vital need to empower a diverse range of women and imagine new systems that respond to environmental and economic crisis. Pippa has worked as a producer with extraordinary independent Australian artists including Ghenoa Gela, Nakkiah Lui, Amrita Hepi, Martin del Amo, Branch Nebula, The Climate Guardians and Sandra Thibodeaux while working at Performing Lines and she was senior producer for Sydney Festival 2019. She is on the Advisory Board of IETM – International Performing Arts Network and a board member of Theatre Network NSW. Pippa was Director of ChangeFest 19 and is passionate about culture leading on climate action to create a fair and sustainable future.

Pippa Bailey

Pippa Bailey grew up on Wangal Land in Sydney, starting her career as a performer and reporter/producer with SBSTV. Pippa spent many years in the UK. She was Artistic Director for The Museum Of on London’s South Bank and also for oh!art @Oxford House; an Associate Director with The World Famous – innovate company of pyrotechnicians and also produced the Total Theatre Awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2007-12. She developed BiDiNG TiME, an international participatory theatre project, to highlight the vital need to empower a diverse range of women and imagine new systems that respond to environmental and economic crisis. Pippa has worked as a producer with extraordinary independent Australian artists including Ghenoa Gela, Nakkiah Lui, Amrita Hepi, Martin del Amo, Branch Nebula, The Climate Guardians and Sandra Thibodeaux while working at Performing Lines and she was senior producer for Sydney Festival 2019. She is on the Advisory Board of IETM – International Performing Arts Network and a board member of Theatre Network NSW. Pippa was Director of ChangeFest 19 and is passionate about culture leading on climate action to create a fair and sustainable future.

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