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Eliza Hull

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Eliza Hull is an award-winning musician, writer and disability advocate. She has a physical disability 'Charcot Marie Tooth' disorder.

Eliza is the editor and creator of the book ‘We’ve Got This, stories by disabled parents’ which features twenty-five Australian parents who identify as disabled, Deaf or Chronically Ill.

The book has just been released internationally. She has spoken on The Today Show, The Drum, ABC News Breakfast, ABC’S Q&A and ABC Radio.

She also has a children’s book out titled ‘Come Over To My House.’

Eliza Hull has spoken at the Human Rights Convention ‘Free and Equal’, for the NDIS, DARU, Brunswick Music Festival, The Wheeler Centre and the Changes Music Conference. She has also spoken at SXSW festival in Austin, Texas and at The Great Escape festival in the UK.

Her music has also been used in TV shows ‘The Heights’ ‘Saving Hope’ and ‘Teen Wolf’

She has performed at The Sydney Opera House, Central Park New York and The London History Museum, she is fresh from a tour across the UK.

Recently Eliza was awarded the Music Victoria ‘Amplify’ award, the APRA mentorship for women in music, the National Leadership Award from the Australia Council and Arts Access Australia and the Women in Music Award.

She currently presents casually on Double J and consults with organisations such as Music Vic, The ARIAS and APRA.

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