Peta Bryant is currently a health economist. She previously worked in public and commercial art spaces in Sydney before making a career change into number-crunching for social services. Peta enjoys working out ways to fund things that have complex outputs and varying demand demographics. She has had a diversity of budgeting and accounting work experience including overseas non-government organisations, federal government agencies and art galleries. Peta grew up in Cootamundra, has lived in Sydney, Canberra and Cambodia and currently resides in Brisbane. When not worrying about how much medical services will cost in the near future she enjoys cycling about and checking out the Brisvegas art scene.
Makan in Amman, Jordan is an independent artist run initiative encouraging experimentation in contemporary visual culture and the discussion of politics and social issues. Whilst ‘makan’ means ‘place’ in Arabic this artist run initiative is more a collaborative platform for […]