Eugenia Flynn is a writer, arts worker and community organiser. As an Aboriginal, Chinese and Muslim woman, Eugenia works within her multiple communities to create change through literature, art, politics and community engagement.
Eugenia’s thoughts on the politics of race, gender and culture have been published widely. Her essays, articles and short stories have been published in Peril magazine, The Lifted Brow, fine print magazine, The Design Files, Art+Australia, The Saturday Paper, IndigenousX, NITV, and the recent anthology #MeToo: Stories From the Australian Movement.
With extensive experience in community engaged arts practice, Eugenia has worked with Kurruru Youth Performing Arts, the Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development and The Social Studio. Most recently, Eugenia has worked with Contemporary Arts Precincts, Blak Dot Gallery, Eleven Collective, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Peril Magazine and the Ebony Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Institute.