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Chris Hill

TK Board Member & TK Sets and Property Manager

Chris Hill is an artist and set designer. He has created all the stunning sets for all sets for Broome’s famous Act Belong Commit Worn Art events and the Act Belong Commit Sandfly Circus.

Chris has taught painting and sculpture at Broome’s North Regional TAFE, Broome Regional prison, and in numerous community arts workshops.

He has designed and constructed sets for many live stage productions including Goolarri Media’s Kimberley Girl (2010-2021), the Sandfly Circus (2010-2021), Theatre Kimberley’s Worn Art productions (1999-2020) and Bust Out Cabaret (2013-2021), Shinju Matsuri Fesival events (1997-2015), Marrugeku productions and many others. He has also worked various roles in TV and film including The Circuit, and Jandamarra’s War. He has worked as festival artist and artistic director for Broome’s Shinju - Festival of the Pearl on many occasions creating street banners, sculptures and set designs. Chris and Gwen were patrons of the 50th anniversary Shinju Matsuri festival. Chris Hill is an artist and set designer.He has created all the stunning sets for all sets for Broome’s famous Act Belong Commit Worn Art events and the Act Belong Commit Sandfly Circus. He is also responsible for many other Theatre Kimberley performances including ‘Ship of Dreams’. Gwen and Chris designed the Barking Gecko Theatre production of ‘Crabbing at High Tide” featured at Perth International Festival in 2005 and toured Western Australia. He has worked as festival artist and artistic director for Broome’s Shinju - Festival of the Pearl on many occasions creating street banners, sculptures and set designs. Chris and Gwen were patrons of the 50th anniversary Shinju Matsuri festival. Chris Hill is an artist and set designer.He has created all the stunning sets for all sets for Broome’s famous Act Belong Commit Worn Art events and the Act Belong Commit Sandfly Circus. He is also responsible for many other Theatre Kimberley performances including ‘Ship of Dreams’. Gwen and Chris designed the Barking Gecko Theatre production of ‘Crabbing at High Tide” featured at Perth International Festival in 2005 and toured Western Australia. Chris has worked as festival artist and artistic director for Broome’s Shinju - Festival of the Pearl on many occasions creating street banners, sculptures and set designs. Chris and Gwen were patrons of the 50th anniversary Shinju Matsuri festival. When he’s had enough of the stress of this kind of work he retreats back to the garden to plan the next arts project.

Chris Hill has been an active board member of Theatre Kimberley since the mid 1990’s.