Pauline McLeod

She took Performing Arts in Redfern and studied at the Eora Centre for the Visual Arts. Beginning in the early nineties, Pauline worked as a freelance performer and became one of Aborigine Australia's foremost storytellers. She was one of the first Aborigine performers to appear regularly on national television, though first she became known as a storyteller via other media: radio, theatre and film. She was one of the founders of the Director of Aboriginal Nations and Animation Studio that trains Aborigine artists in the field of cultural animation.

Pauline performed abroad as an ambassador for Australian culture, and worked as a performer, storyteller and teacher at schools in Sydney.

She wrote various books, which have received numerous prizes.
Died in Malabar, Australia, in 2003.

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