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RockSalt Arts acknowledges the incredible innovation and inspiring stewardship of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nations where we live, learn and work.  We pay respect to elders past, present and future.

steve and hannah cooper

Steve and Hannah Cooper inspire people to engage with each other and the natural world through performance, workshops, education and mentoring. Their vision is for people to reconnect with and revel in creation and creativity.

As both a husband and wife team and individually, they have spent many years creating performance art in collaboration with other artists throughout Australia and abroad.

Steve teaches, composes, mentors and performs. He seeks an integrated approach to life, art, faith and relationships. Steve composes music from life experiences, performs at gigs and festivals, facilitates arts workshops and conferences. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Contemporary Music) and Grad Dip Ed. He has a passion for teaching Secondary Music and developing integrated curriculum.

Hannah was formerly based in the inner west of Sydney where she studied dance at Wesley Institute (she returned to lecture and Co-ordinate the dance program from 2002 to 2009) and holds a Masters in Visual and Performing Arts (CSU). Her creative passions are collaborative practice informed by dance processes, permaculture and communal sustainability, and nurturing mentoring relationships.


We value each person's unique skills and contributions,

and have loved working with each of our collaborators.

Biz Adams | filmmaker

Pamela Horsey | visual artist |

Angus Macpherson | filmmaker |

Aunty Patsy Cameron | cultural consultant

Cameron Semmens | words consultant |

Tabitha Noonan | communicator |

Rod Holden | business consultant |

Anne Rutherford | editor

Website photo credits

John Englezos | photographer |

Biz Adams | photographer

Steve Cooper, Hannah Cooper, Philip Cooper & Mabel Cooper

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