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Meet The Interns 2021!

Four new interns have joined our team and are working with us on a first time project for Tibi Access!


Get to know Nick, Olivia, Tess and Keely!



 a picture of Nick with a big grin, wearing a bucket hat and yellow shirt. Image is bordered  with black film and decorative/colourful lighting bolds behind image.  Text: Nick

WHO: Nick

Nick is currently studying a Bachelor of Business (marketing) at RMIT while working multiple part time jobs! He is very passionate about music and sports and would attend events/matches weekly prior to Covid


First concert/album: Tallest Man on Earth


Favourite artist/band: Gang of Youths


Bucket list festival/show: Glastonbury Festival


Why are you passionate about accessibility in the arts industry? "Upon reflection of my own experiences at concerts and festivals, I have realised the challenges that those with disabilities might face at shows and want to help raise awareness about these challenges..."




a selfie of Olivia, smiling at  the camera, her long brown hair covering her chest.  She is wearing big sunglasses and a black hat Image is bordered  with black film and decorative/colourful lighting bolds behind image.  Text: Olivia

WHO: Olivia Olivia lives in sunny Geelong and has recently completed a Graduate Diploma in Arts and Entertainment Management. She loves the beach, DJing, being outdoors and live music! Festivals are her happy place. She is always on the hunt for her next favourite artist!


First concert/album:

First concert was Justin Timberlake’s Future Sex/ Love Sound. First Album Avril Lavigne - My World


Favourite artist/band: Rihanna


Bucket list festival/show: Coachella


Why are you passionate about accessibility in the arts industry?

"I am passionate about equality for everyone and believe live music should be accessible to people no matter what their ability, whether you’re an artist or audience member! Music doesn’t discriminate so neither should live events!"




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WHO: Tess

Tess is currently studying a Bachelor of Entertainment Business Management at JMC Academy. After taking many gap years after High School, she finally landed in the events field and couldn’t be happier.


First concert/album:

I've been to too many to remember!


Favourite artist/band:

At the moment my top three would be Alicia Keys, Dua Lipa and Erykah Badu.

Bucket list festival/show:

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival


Why are you passionate about accessibility in the arts industry?

"I am passionate about accessibility in the arts because I believe in inclusivity and everyone being able to attend any event that they want,"



Keely is crouching on the floor assembling a drum set. Image is bordered with  black film and decorative/colourful lighting bolds behind image.  Text: Keely

WHO: Keely Keely is 21 years old and a freshly graduated entertainment business student who found love in live events in 2016. Currently, you can find her either working with the Tibi Access team or exploring the many parks around Brunswick.


First concert/album:

My first concert was the wiggles which I think my mum now regrets deeply. My first album I think was The Veronica’s – Hook Me Up and I think I was 7 or 8.


Favourite artist/band:

I never really have favourite artists but I would say on rotation right now I have The Maine, The 1975 and Frank Ocean. So all very different vibes.


Bucket list festival/show:

If it was still running, Warped Tour. Glastonbury is also a pretty up there one too.


Why are you passionate about accessibility in the arts industry?

"I’m passionate about credibility in the arts industry as it’s an industry that allows for ‘escape’. You can really transport yourself anywhere when you listen to music or watch a show! Everyone should be able to be part of that."

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