Beth Sometimes is a Pakeha artist from Aotearoa currently based in central Australia. Her creative endeavours have generally sat outside a contemporary art world – she has maintained a diverse conceptual practice, is drawn to experiment with mediums and often works in social contexts and conduit roles with people from outside of formal art backgrounds. Current activity includes social project Apmere Angkentye-kenhe, a slow-burn investigative project around the Coles Carpark Alice Springs, and ceramics and comic-making. She has recently completed an MFA through the former Centre for Cultural Partnerships, VCA.