BlakLash Projects was established in 2018.
We are a 100% Indigenous owned business delivering cultural events and creative projects that showcase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices. The team combines their interest in the arts and business development.
BlakLash Projects is committed to;
Creating economic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses
Actively pursuing new platforms to showcase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices
Providing opportunities for the Non-Indigenous community to experience Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture
Delivering high-quality outcomes
Ensuring best practice models of community engagement
Photograph: Lewis James Media
Meet Our Team
Amanda Hayman grew up in Logan city and has cultural connections to Kalkadoon and Wakka Wakka Country. Amanda has a Bachelor of Arts from Griffith University.
Amanda was previously in a managerial position within state government, leading community engagement, exhibitions and events.
Amanda has a keen interest in contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual art and is a part of the BlakLash Collective.
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Troy Casey is a proud Aboriginal man from Kamilaroi country north-west New South Wales. Troy has a Bachelor of Journalism from QUT.
Troy has experience working for not-for-profits, government, tertiary education, private and corporate sectors.
He has a keen interest in business and advocating for self-sustainability and economic development for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals and communities.
Arts and cultural events
Public art and activations
- Project management
Lectures, talks and tours
Writing and Research
Bespoke creative projects