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Jazz Money in conversation on how to make a basket
01 Dec / 6:00pm
Carriageworks, Eveleigh NSW

Jazz Money in conversation on how to make a basket

Simmering with protest and boundless love, Jazz Money’s David Unaipon Award-winning collection, how to make a basket, examines the tensions of living in the Australian colony today.

With Covid-19 restrictions now eased, please join us to celebrate this beautiful poetry collection at a special in-person event.

Date: Wednesday 1 December

Time: 6pm for 6.30pm

Venue: Elston Room, Carriageworks, 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh, Sydney

All attendees must be vaccinated and wear face masks unless consuming food and beverage.

Copies of how to make a basket will be on sale and Jazz will be doing a signing at the end of the event.

FREE event, RSVP essential.

About Jazz Money

Jazz Money is a poet and artist of Wiradjuri heritage, currently based on sovereign Gadigal land. Her poetry has been published widely and reimagined as murals, installations, digital interventions and film. Jazz’s poetry has been recognised with the David Unaipon Award, the Aunty Kerry Reed-Gilbert Poetry Prize, the University of Canberra Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Poetry Prize, a Copyright Agency First Nations Fellowship and a First Nations Emerging Career Award from the Australia Council for the Arts. how to make a basket is her first book.