We pay our respects to the Dharawal people who are the traditional custodians of the land, whose deepening connection to culture and customs have cared for this country for over 60,000 years. We acknowledge Elders past, present and emerging for their immense spiritual connection to place which was never ceded.

Dharawal land has always been recognised as a meeting place for people from other lands, and in this spirit we respectfully continue this tradition through the bringing together of our communities through arts and culture.

Always was and Always will be Aboriginal land.  

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Jess Fesic

Photo by Garry Trinh

Jess Fesic is an intricate illustrator and digital artist, working primarily in a technique she calls ‘doodlefying’. Often influenced by her love of animals, pop culture, films and Marvel comics, Fesic takes images and creates her own doodlefied illustration using fine detailed line, referencing zentangles and psychedelic art. In 2017 Fesic produced a large-scale mural in Campbelltown Apex Park as part of the International Day of People with Disability; and her work appeared in the ABC television program, Everyone’s A Critic. Jessica is active on social media under her Instagram handle @jezzy_fezzy, producing a number of merchandise items on RedBubble. As part of C-A-C’s 30th Anniversary Birthday celebrations ‘Little Orange’s Big Party’ 2018, Feisc collaborated with artist Ludwig on an animated doodle projected onto C-A-C’s facade. In 2021, Fesic produced designs for the Campbelltown Animal Facility commission, including signage and a 25 meter hoarding around the enclosure.