- Helen Addison-Smith
- Rebecca A. Adelman
- Ian Andrews
- Anna Artaker
- Marnie Badham
- Ellise Barkley
- Meghan Moe Beitiks
- Marnie Benney
- Becky Nevin Berger
- Vanessa Berry
- Angie Black
Erica Boito is an artist, facilitator and educator. She is a teaching and research assistant at the Faculty of Design and Art, Free University of Bozen / Bolzano, Italy.
Candice Boyd is an artist-geographer and research fellow at the School of Geography, University of Melbourne.
- Jessie Boylan
- Eric Bridgeman
- Tom Bristow
Mick Broderick is a cultural practitioner and academic based at Murdoch University, Perth.
Paul Brown is Producer for Alphaville, a Sydney-based arts company specializing in creative projects that have environmental, scientific and social themes; and he holds an honorary position in Environment and Society at University of New South Wales.
Rita Bryant is a painter, carver and resident of Yalata Anangu community in the far west of South Australia. She worked as a music teacher across all Maralinga schools and communities.
- Russell Bryant
- Jan Hendrik Brüggemeier
- Brogan Bunt
- Peter Burke
Georgina Butterfield is a philosopher and independent researcher based in Melbourne.
- Ben Byrne
Bibi Calderaro’s artistic practice focuses on participation and collaboration with the more-than-human; she is a PhD candidate at CUNY’s Graduate Center and lives in Brooklyn, NY.
- Renee Carmichael
Michael Carmody is a visual artist and filmmaker based in Geelong, Victoria.
- Emily Carr
- Bonny Cassidy
- Gonzalo Ceballos
- Cindy Yuen-Zhe Chen
- David Chesworth
- Danielle Clode
- Catherine Clover
- Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski
- Susanne Cockrell
- Teresa Crea
Alba Mayol Curci
Alba Mayol Curci is an artist and writer based in Barcelona.
- Hugh Davies
- Melissa DeSa
- Linda Dement
- Alice Desmond
Pam Diment is a potter and arts facilitator from Ceduna, who has been Director of Tjutjuna the Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Centre at Ceduna, and has worked extensively with remote area communities including Yalata and Oak Valley.
- Campbell Drake
Michelle Duffy is a cultural geographer and Associate Professor in the School of Environmental and Life Sciences, University of Newcastle.
- Lz Dunn
- Adrian Dyer
- Laura Eliasieh
Merilyn Fairskye is a Sydney-based artist and Honorary Associate Professor at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney.
- Robyn Ferrell
- Laura Fisher
- Nik Forrest
- Jenny Fraser
- David Brazier and Kelda Free
Ed Garland is the author of Earwitness: A Search for Sonic Understanding in Stories, and researching sonic experience in contemporary fiction.
- Katherine Gibson
Jock Gilbert is a landscape architect and lecturer in the School of Architecture and Design at RMIT University.
- Katerie Gladdys
Adrian Glamorgan is a community radio journalists based in Perth.
Andrew Goodman is an artist and writer who lectures in art theory, studio practice and Environmental Humanities at La Trobe University
Maxine Goodwin is the daughter of an Australian nuclear veteran of the Montebello Island nuclear tests. She is a researcher and a social worker, and plays a key role in the international Fallout network of nuclear descendants.
- Dale Gorfinkel
- Michael Graeve
Kutlu Gürelli is an artist and academic based in Mardin, Turkey.
- Ian Haig
Lisa Hall is a UK based sound artist exploring urban environments with audio interventions, performative actions and site-specific works.
Amy Hanley is an artist and researcher based in Melbourne.
- Alexis Harley
Luke Harrald is a composer, performer and new-media artist and Head of the Popular Music and Creative Technologies program at the University of Adelaide, and lectures in Sonic Arts.
- Steve Harrison
- Margaretha Haughwout
- Siri Hayes
Located in Melbourne, Kate Hill’s art practice uses site-specific materials such as earth, clay and water to express local contexts through ceramic processes.
Janna Holmstedt is an artist and researcher interested in listening as a situated practice, the cultivation of care and environmental attention, human-soil relations, and composition in the expanded field of genre-disobedient art practices.
- Avon Hudson
- Johanna Hällsten
- Silvana Iannello
- Lucas Ihlein
Mariko (Rico) Ishii
Mariko (Rico) Ishii has worked as outreach and communication officer, media trainer and journalist over the past ten years in the fields of nuclear free movement, human rights and democracy. She is from a Hiroshima hibakusha family.
Robert Jacobs is a historian of nuclear technologies and radiation technopolitics and Professor at the Hiroshima Peace Institute and Hiroshima City University.
Amanda Frances Johnson
Amanda Frances Johnson is a writer and artist from Melbourne and is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at The University of Melbourne.
Rhiannon Jones is an Artist Researcher in the Digital Material Artistic Research Centre (DMARC), School of Arts, University of Derby, UK
Shauna Laurel Jones
Shauna Laurel Jones is an American scholar based in Reykjavík, Iceland.
- Hester Joyce
- Traci Kelly
Anastasia A Khodyreva
Anastasia A Khodyreva is a Turku-based feminist researcher and writer.
Meliti Kontogiorgi is a visual artist based in France and Greece.
Alinta Krauth is a new media artist from rural Queensland, and teaching fellow at Griffith University.
- Brandon LaBelle
- Jordan Lacey
Tessa Laird is an artist and writer who lectures in Critical and Theoretical Studies, Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne.
Emma Lansdowne is a writer and horticulturalist based in Victoria, BC, Canada.
Jeremy LeBois is Chair of the Maralinga Tjarutja Council, and led the Anangu delegation to Nagasaki for the unveiling of the sculpture gifted to the Nagasaki Peace Park.
Giulia Lepori is a gardener and PhD candidate in the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science, at Griffith University, Brisbane.
Erin Lewis is a Canadian artist, educator, and researcher, currently pursuing a Phd in textile design in Sweden.
- Ruark Lewis
- Scott Lewis
Manuel Pessoa de Lima
Manuel Pessoa de Lima is a composer-performer based in Los Angeles.
- Johnny Lovett
Sean Lowry is a Sydney-based visual artist, musician and writer, Convener of Creative and Performing Arts in the School of Creative Arts at the University of Newcastle.
- Anthony Magen
Jean-Baptiste Masson is a composer and PhD Researcher at the University of York, part of the Electronic Soundscapes Network funded by the White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities and the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
- Freya Mathews
Christobel Mattingley has published 46 books for children. Working with Aboriginal people for decades, Christobel wrote the landmark history Survival in Our Own Land, and Maralinga: the Anangu Story.
- Nancy Mauro-Flude
- Jesus Mayor
- Olaf Meyer
- Maria Miranda
Chantelle Mitchell is a writer and arts worker.
JD Mittmann is the Curator and Manager of Collections at Burrinja Cultural Centre in Victoria. He is the Curator of the Black Mist Burnt Country touring exhibition.
Nic Mollison is a stage lighting and projection designer working across theatre, dance and youth arts companies on local, national and international productions, including lighting and video projections for concerts, festivals, nightclubs and visual art installations.
- Nick Moore
- Kim Munro
Gordon Murray is a London-based theatre practitioner and Senior Lecturer in Theatre at Winchester University in the UK.
- Norie Neumark
Maia Nichols is an artist and writer based in California.
Tim Nohe is an artist and Professor and Founding Director of the Center for Innovative Research in the Creative Arts (CIRCA) at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC).
Mariko Oda is a resident of Hatsukaichi, a city near Hiroshima. Her grandmother was exposed to the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
Elizabeth PO' is a community radio journalists based in Perth.
Jahnne Pasco-White is an artist based in Melbourne.
Warren (Ebay) Paul
Warren (Ebay) Paul is an Aboriginal artist and sculptor from Yalata in the far west of South Australia. His intricate line drawings depict local scenes, the landscape of Yalata viewed from the air, animals and vegetation, dreams and political viewpoints.
Shilloh Peel is a youth leader working in community in the far west of South Australia.
Jo Pester is a London based artist working with video, sound, installation and performance.
- Keith Peters
Roslyn Peters is a singer and musician from Yalata.
- Anna Prizzia
- Ted Purves
- Renuka Rajiv
Pälvi Puro Rantala
Pälvi Puro Rantala is an independent writer, researcher and teacher working in the fields of cultural history, creative writing, and social sciences.
- Zeny May Dy Recidoro
- Dominic Redfern
Tom Reeve is a bronze artist and lead creative for Bronzewing Foundry. He has played a key role in numerous South Australian public sculpture projects.
- Kate Rich
- Emma Robertson
- Geoff Robinson
John Romeril is a leading Australian playwright and film scriptwriter, who has been Playwright-in-Residence for many communities, theatre companies and tertiary institutions.
- Matt Ruchel
Tilman Ruff is a public health and infectious diseases physician at the University of Melbourne. He was founding Australian and International Chair of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2017.
Mattie Sempert is a practicing acupuncturist and creative writer based in Melbourne.
- Kristen Sharp
- Mima Smart
- Amy Spiers
Elina Suoyrjö is a curator and writer currently based in Turku, Finland.
- Luz María Sánchez
- N.A.J. Taylor
- Jean-Paul Thibaud
John Turpie is a sculptor, printmaker, painter and graphic designer who has worked on numerous public art commissions in South Australia and the Northern Territory.
Stephen Turpie is a painter and academic based in Bendigo, Victoria.
Ella Vihervuori is a Helsinki-based writer and photographer enthusiast
Malte Wagenfeld is a designer, curator, researcher, installation artist and academic; he is currently Senior Lecturer of Industrial Design at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.
Jaxon Waterhouse reads and writes from Ngarlama country.
Adva Weinstein is a dancer and PhD Candidate, Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne.
Missie Windlass is a painter and leader of the Womens group at Yalata.
- Josh Wodak
- Mark Peter Wright
Danielle Wyatt is a cultural researcher in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne.