Heather Threadgold is an anthropologist living in Geelong.
For the past 16 years Heather has been researching Wadawurrung, Gulidjan and Dja Dja Wurrung Living Spaces in Victoria, highlighting the meanings of stone sites as a tool in defining landscapes and living spaces.
Heather also works alongside street artists and records street art festivals such as the Benalla Wall to Wall Festival. The outcome of this fieldwork aids in the continuation of funding and community alliance between councils, committees, curators and artists in regional Victoria.
Heather works for Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation (Wadawurrrung) and is undertaking her PhD with Deakin Univeristy in the area of Architecture and Built Environment on Aboriginal landscapes, she is also a business owner, writer and artist.