Miranda Aguilar is a queer Filipina artist, living and working in Western Sydney. While completing her Masters in Public Relations and Advertising at UNSW, Miranda pursued her artistic practice primarily through the Curious Creators program.

In 2016, Miranda was the lead facilitator of the Curious Works Writers Group, where she led the other writers in the development of their scripts and worked on developing her first play, Let Me Know When You Get Home. The script was picked up by PWA for New Play Development, and has been supported by Q Theatre, Siren Theatre and Blacktown Arts Centre.

The writer’s group led to the creation of the Las Rosas web-series in 2017, of which Miranda was the showrunner and one of the lead writers. She brought back the writing group in 2018, and is continuing to lead other young writers as its lead facilitator. The most recent develpment to come from the writers group is Shawn Spina’s Prone to the Drone, which was Miranda’s first project as a producer. It premiered at the 2019 Sydney Film Fetival.

Miranda is also  with Youth Action’s Outburst, a Western Sydney-based youth group, and was a part of the team that created the Friend2Friend program, a youth-led mental health workshop, which she has given at schools and community centres. As she continues her creative career, Miranda wants to continue combining her artistic practice with community engagement and give them the same opportunities that she was given.


Makers Space

Beyond Refuge: Dialogues

Let Me Know When You Get Home

Prone to the Drone

Las Rosas

Urban Stories



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