Jazz Money & Andrés N Ordorica: The Language of Protest and Love

  • Sat 13 Aug 18:15 - 19:15
  • Northside Theatre
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  • Northside Theatre
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Jazz Money & Andrés N Ordorica: The Language of Protest and Love

Written in Wiradjuri and English, How to Make a Basket won Jazz Money the David Unaipon Award for its exploration of existence under a colonial state and its celebration of queer love. Andrés N Ordorica’s debut collection, At Least This I Know, interweaves Spanish with English and raises questions about place, ancestry and queerness. Join Money and Ordorica as they explore meaning in between languages and cultures.

Categories: Gender/Sexuality, LGBTQI+, Language/Translation, Poetry/Spoken Word, Race

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