Singer, songwriter and visual artist

Alicia is a young self-employed singer-songwriter-musician-actor born and raised in Cairns who moved to Brisbane to study at the Aboriginal Centre for Performing Arts in 2011.

At 20 years old, Alicia is just one of a few female bass players and vocalists in Australia. She has been involved in productions such as: ’The Queensland Music Awards’ 2011, ‘Black Dust’ ACPA’s showcase ‘Crossbows Music Festival’, ‘Up the Ladder’ Directed by Wesley Enoch, most recently touring with the ‘Queensland Music Festival,’ performing with band Onyx Reign at Yarrabah Band Festival and Fused at Brisbane Powerhouse theatre, Leah Purcell’s ‘Stolen,’ ‘Reef Doctors’ TV series on Channel Ten. She appeared in the ‘Queensland Electoral Commissions’ advertisement and also the ‘Deadly Stories’ campaign.

Alicia is one of our newest facilitators to join the team and has delivered singing, songwriting and visual arts workshops in Cherbourg, Hopevale and Logan already.

Visit Alicia’s Facebook Page HERE

Contact us to engage Alicia for workshops or performances HERE



Bridget Garay
Indigenous Programs Manager
Kira Bayfield
Program Coordinator
Kitchener Wesche
Logan Coordinator
Robert Mann
Lead Artsworker
Troy Brady
Lead Artsworker
Mayella Dewis
Waveney Yasso
Gertrude Benjamin
Ruth Ghee
Alicia Mellor
Garret Lyon
James (Bunda) Williams