Julia Hune-Brown is a community-engaged theatre artist and educator. She works with diverse communities directing and facilitating theatre workshops across Canada. Julia has been the co- directing for The AMY Project’s theatre creation program since 2016 where she has co-directied Quiet Revolution, Almeida (The Glorious) and Lion Womxn. Julia is a lead artist facilitator for Jumblies Theatre. She has also had the pleasure of working as a guest artist with arts organizations across Canada including: Aanmitaagzi, Arts4All, The Community Arts Guild, Illicit Performance Collective, Mixed Company Theatre, Panic Lab U.K, Thinking Rock Community Arts and Qaggiavuut Nunavut Performing Arts. A driving force behind her work is the representation of minority stories – specifically, the importance of using theatre to share the collective and individual stories of underrepresented people. Julia also works as a teacher for the TDSB. She holds a BFA in Theatre and Development from Concordia University and a BED in Education from OISE UofT.