Isabella Dunwill (Lecturer, Cultural Leadership)

Isabella Dunwill

Lecturer, Cultural Leadership

Isabella is a NIDA trained actor and has worked extensively across theatre, television and film.

She lectures Communication and Advocacy for the Master of Fine Arts (Cultural Leadership) course, which she also co-designed.

Isabella is the NIDA Open Manager for Melbourne, and continues to share her presentation and communication skills with NIDA Corporate clients around Australia.

Her television credits include Wentworth, Offspring, Thank God You're Here, Neighbours, The Secret Life of Us, Stingers, Halifax FP, and Frontline. Her film credits include WIL, A Black and White World and in the AFI winning short, The Projectionist. On stage she appeared in Jim Sharman's production of What the Butler Saw (Belvoir Street, NSW), the Bell Shakespeare Company’s Actors at Work, Scarlett O’Hara at the Crimson Parrott Workshop for Melbourne Theatre Company and Denise Baudu in the The Department Store at the Old Fitzroy Theatre. Isabella is also a regular voice over artist for radio and animation including Bananas In Pyjamas and The Sea Princesses.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Dramatic Art (Acting), NIDA; studied Bachelor of Law and Commerce, Deakin University; Master of Business (Ebusiness and Communications), Swinburne University; Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary), Monash University; Graduate Certificate in Educational Research, Monash University (current).

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