Poetics and Practice: Jazz Money in conversation

Image: Portrait of Jazz Money, image courtesy and © the artist.
Sunday 7 April 2024
4:30pm - 5:30pm
1 hour

Jazz Money is a nationally acclaimed Wiradjuri poet and artist. With a practice centred in poetics, their work has been published internationally and exhibited around Australia as art installations, digital interventions, and film.  

Join Jazz Money in conversation as they speak about their poetry and multidisciplinary practice.  

FREE event, register your interest here.

Presented with Newcastle Writers Festival. View Newcastle Writers Festival's full 2024 program here.

Artist Bio  

Jazz Money is a Wiradjuri poet and artist based on Gadigal land, Sydney. Their practice is centred around poetics while producing works that encompass installation, digital, performance, film and print. Their writing has been widely published nationally and internationally and performed on stages around the world. The artist’s first poetry collection, the best-selling 'how to make a basket' (UQP, 2021) was the 2020 winner of the David Unaipon Award and a second collection is forthcoming with UQP in 2024. Their first feature film is WINHANGANHA (2023), commissioned by the National Film and Sound Archive. 

Image: Portrait of Jazz Money, image courtesy and © the artist.

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