Founder & Creative Director Inter Urban Arts BA (Theatre and Art) GU Miecat: Training in Experiential Arts Therapy
Libby is the Creative Director of the Inter Urban Arts team, and has extensive experience in the community sector with specialist skills in program development and management, arts administration, community cultural development, theatre and art therapy, training and group facilitation. Libby has worked as an arts worker and coordinator on a broad range of projects, she has worked with local and state government, educational institutions, festivals and community organizations.
Libby is a descendent of the Ngugi people of Quandamooka (Moreton Bay) and also has english and european australian heritage. She is passionate about working for indigenous rights. Libby has worked on Community Cultural Development Projects on indigenous communities across Queensland and in the Torres Strait. She works predominantly with young people and is extremely passionate about providing youth driven programs for young people to explore their potential using strength based principles with a strong focus on inclusivity.
In addition to her thriving community work Libby is a mother of two young children and actively engaged in her own visual arts practice. Libby’s current work depicts the experiences of her alter ego Miss Murray Cod. To date Miss Murray Cod has been manifested in the form of stickers, stencils, graffiti art, public murals, canvases, toys and traffic signal boxes. Libby is an inspiration to and passionate supporter of many emerging arts workers and up and coming community cultural development practitioners.