Harriet Devlin-Dunbar is a producer, arts worker and performer with extensive training and experience in producing high quality performances, projects and offerings from conception to delivery. Harriet has worked with many diverse artists and communities both nationally and internationally. Harriet specialises in inclusive and flexible project design that supports the access needs of artists, audiences and communities.
Harriet has worked in bi-lingual (Auslan/English) project management and co-design frameworks for Expression Australia (Melbourne) in partnership with the Deaf LGBTIQA+ community. Harriet holds a Bachelor of Arts (Sociology Major, University of Melbourne) and a Diploma of Interpreting (Auslan/English, RMIT). Harriet has worked for many years in trauma-informed arts practises as both a Lead Artist and Project Manager.
Harriet has worked with theatre companies across performance, production, touring directing and community engagement, including Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre (London), Rawcus (Melbourne), House of Muchness (Melbourne), Australian Theatre for the Deaf (Melbourne), Zen Zen Zo (Brisbane), St Martins Youth Arts Centre (Melbourne), Arts Access Victoria (Melbourne) and Women’s Circus (Melbourne).
Harriet is passionate about working with and for communities and strives for quality, equity and compassion in all aspects of her work. Harriet is also a member of the Rawcus Ensemble and a NAATI-accredited Auslan interpreter.
Rawcus Productions: Song for a Weary Throat (2017) , Glass ( 2021)
Rawcus Public Program Projects: Fanaticus Melbourne Fringe (2017)