Julien Poulson is an Australian arts producer working on a range of collaborative Asia Australia arts projects and festivals. In 2007, Julien received an Asialink Residency for Cambodia, and has since spent much time creating arts project in Cambodia where he is best known as the founder and guitarist of psychedelic rock band The Cambodian Space Project.
Julien is also co-founder of the Fish Island Community Arts Centre a grassroots arts organisation offering international artist residencies and facilitating arts training, skills share and collaborations.
This year, Julien is co-directing funk opera The Ratcatcher of Angkor Wat – an exciting new music theatre work that brings together Australian and Cambodian artists, and will be launched at its world premiere soon! At this year’s OzAsia Festival. Julien currently based in Yuendumu where he is engaged by PAW Media to produce Indigenous musicians Central Australia and will be performing with the PAW HOUSE BAND at First Sounds at Darwin Festival.