Episode 10: Jazz Money


On Episode 10 of outLOUD’s Season 1, our awesome guest is Jazz Money.

Jazz Money is a poet and artist of Wiradjuri and Irish heritage 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, including: TEDx Sydney, the Edinburgh International Book Festival, the Sydney Opera House, PEN International, and a wide range of arts and literary festivals in every Australian state and territory.

Jazz’s first poetry collection, the best-selling how to make a basket (UQP, 2021) was the 2020 winner of the David Unaipon Award. In 2022 Jazz was a recipient of the prestigious Dreaming Award from the Australia Council for the Arts for her work with poetry.

As a cross-disciplinary artist their work has been presented at: HeK Basel, Switzerland; The Shed, New York; Pivô, São Paulo; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Museum of Contemporary Art Australia; ACMI, Melbourne; Powerhouse, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Sydney; Carriageworks, Sydney; Fremantle Biennale; Hyphenated Biennale; and others.

Working across different mediums, Jazz’s practice is centered around questions of narrative and story – place memory, First Nations memory, colonial memory and the stories that we tell to construct national and personal identity.

Learn more about our very special guest Jazz Money via their website https://www.jazz.money