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Jess Boyce

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Jess Boyce is a curator, arts worker and artist working on Wadjuk boodja. Working in community arts with Mundaring and Midland Junction Arts Centre, Jess has also been involved in a number of artist-run projects including as a co-founder of Cool Change Contemporary and a co-director of Moana Project Space. Jess graduated from Curtin University in 2014 with First Class Honours Bachelor of Arts.
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May
19
Join us for a conversation about Akwaeke Emezi 'Freshwater'. Book Online
An illustration of many different people sitting together by a bookshelf. The Bookshelf is a light lavender purple colour.
Jul
21
Join us for a conversation about Alice Walker's 'The Color Purple'. Book Online
An illustration of many different people sitting together by a bookshelf. The Bookshelf is a light lavender purple colour.
Sep
15
Join us for a conversation about Malorie Blackman's 'Noughts & Crosses'. Book Online
An illustration of many different people sitting together by a bookshelf. The Bookshelf is a light lavender purple colour.
Nov
17
Join us for a conversation about Brit Bennett's 'The Vanishing Half'. Book Online
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Apr
21
Learn the art of basket weaving and explore your creativity in a restorative environment with Fibre Artist, Siân Boucherd. Book Online
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Apr
21
In partnership with the Town of Victoria Park, Centre for Stories presents One Helluva Story with Colin Archibald, Nadia Heisler and Arozak Salam. Book Online
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Apr
24
Join Rashida Murphy in a masterclass on The Hybrid (Decolonised) Narrative Book Online
Apr
27
Poetry Workshop is a safe and dynamic space where you can craft your poetry and offer feedback to other poets. Hosted by Siobhan Hodge. Book Online
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