Author Kelly-Lee Hickey

Kelly Lee Hickey is a writer, performer and producer practicing across the spectrum of arts and community development. Her work has been performed, published and exhibited across Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and China.

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Margie talks about finding an oasis in the desert at the Alice Springs Community Garden. “I just love the blue sky and the orange hills and I love the waterholes.”

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Meet David Thomas. “I think the town has changed a bit, there are people who are trying to make genuine change here”

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Meet Edi Donald. “I got off a plane at Yulara, and I literally was just – I almost fell over, I was like ‘This place exists? Are you kidding me?’ … I would have been happy to sit on the red dirt on the side of the runway.”

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Meet Atong. “Getting buses, around, its takes long time for bus to come … There is a lot of opportunity here if you want to work, if you want to get a job.”

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Meet Andrew. “Sydney is very hustle and bustle, its on the go it’s a fast moving place … Alice has more community based excitement and a community based earthiness … Its an exciting place…”

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Meet Dennis Ndirangu. “I didn’t really expect that I was going to be in Alice, its in the middle of Australia in the Desert I’d never been in such kind of a place in my life before, and now its awesome to be here”

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Meet Hyrum. “Born in New Zealand, Bred in Australia and yep, Alice Springs is home.”

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Meet Joey. “There is not a whole lot for kids to do, so you need to get creative to keep the boredom at bay”

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Meet James Young. “It’s a very privileged place to live, for its cultural diversity, that we live in the middle of one of the largest intact wilderness areas on earth … Alice Springs is one of the few places with abundant opportunities, and camels”

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Josephine from Sisters and Brothers NT talks about her experience of transitioning in Alice Springs. “Lots of work up here, and we wanted to start over.”

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