Eliza Hull


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Recipient of the 2021 Arts Access Australia’s National Leadership Award.

Eliza Hull is a contemporary musician, audio producer and disability activist based in regional Victoria. Her music has been described as ‘stirring, captivating and heartfelt.’

Her compositions have been used in ABC KIDS TV episode ‘And Then Something Changed,’ ABC ‘The Heights’ and American TV shows ‘Awkward, ‘Teen Wolf’ and ‘Saving Hope.’ Her music has been played on radio nationally and internationally including on ABC, RN, BBC and triple j.

Eliza is a proud disabled woman, with a physical condition ‘Charcot Marie Tooth.’ She is a disability advocate within the contemporary music space, and has performed at ABILITY Fest, and spoken at the music conference CHANGES advocating for further accessibility for musicians. She recently produced the Isolaid Festival ‘Accessible All Areas’ featuring disabled musicians from all around the world.

She is also an audio producer and produced ‘We’ve Got This’ about parenting with disability for Radio National and ABC LIFE, this series is now being turned into a book. Eliza also recently wrote and produced ‘And Then Something Changed’ for ABC ME about being a child with disability.

She was recently nominated for the Brenda Gabe Disability award and the National Disability Awards in 2019 for her involvement in the Arts and awarded the APRA mentorship for women in music. She is currently working on a new EP. Her most recent writing was published in ‘Growing Up Disabled’ an anthology published by Black Inc & she is writing ‘We’ve Got This’ about parenting with disability, which will also be published through Black Inc and feature disabled parents from all around Australia.

Learn more about the 2021 Australia Council Awards.