Annie Brockenhuus-Schack is an emerging curator, producer and writer based in Western Sydney. She holds a Masters in Curating and Cultural Leadership and her practice includes exploring the Filipinx value of kapwa (shared being) and its influence in curatorial methodologies, process-based curating, and care within collaborative practices. Annie is a participant for Sport for Jove’s Producer Mentorship and Diversity Arts Australia’s StoryCasters program. She currently works for Sydney Theatre Company and Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (CAAP). She is the co-founder of theatre production company Ka-llective and is currently developing a new theatrical work Salt Baby, with PACT and Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.