Behind the lens: Interview with Jo-Anne Driessens

Join Anna Thurgood, Twenty exhibition curator, as she chats to the extraordinary photographers who have captured pivotal moments in Queensland’s history and those that simply express our everyday life. Gain insight into what makes them tick, why they took up…

Behind the lens: Interview with Jo-Anne Driessens

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Join Anna Thurgood, Twenty exhibition curator, as she chats to the extraordinary photographers who have captured pivotal moments in Queensland’s history and those that simply express our everyday life. Gain insight into what makes them tick, why they took up photography and why they take the pictures they do.

Jo-Anne Driessens, a descendant of the Koa people, completed her cadetship at State Library of Queensland and spent the next 15 years working as a staff photographer. Still a photographer herself, Jo-Anne is passionate about supporting and mentoring the next generation of Aboriginal documentary photographers.

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