Fifty one young artists participated in the past three mentoring programs, and since then we have witnessed their talent grow. We enjoy staying in contact with participants and thrive on the success and happiness that is brought to them as they work towards their creative goals. Here are some of the alumni who have flourished since their Australian Talented Youth Project experience.
Charlotte Martin, known also as her Stage Name ‘Charli K’ participated in the ATYP Project in 2008 and is an avid promoter of the ATY Project. Charlotte is a successful international performer who has performed for many years with Cirque…
Treya began dance with Estelle’s Dance and Performance Academy in Karratha, Western Australia. Treya trained in ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop and contemporary dance. She danced lead roles in Estelles performances of Alice in Wonderland, Coppelia, The Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland. With Ovation…
Zoee graduated from Dance World Studios & Jason Coleman’s Ministry of Dance as a scholarship student in Melbourne, Australia and has relocated to London, England. Zoee is the recipient of the ‘Cultural Arts’ Impetus Youth Awards, resident choreographer of ‘Project…
Jim is a writer who, following the ATY Project, 2007, formed a young writers’ group in the ACT which through his initiative published Roundabout Town, a collection of short stories. “After the empowering ATY Project, I was filled with buzzing ideas…
Since participating in the inaugural ATY Project Liam Budge has used the experience as a spring-board to launch into his current artistic endeavours. Since 2007 Liam has performed at the National Gallery, Parliament House, Government House and supported Vince Jones…
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