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Flute inspires poem win
24th October 2018
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Greenacre student Jasmine Kim has been shortlisted from a field of 2,526 submissions from across Australia and NZ for an annual writing competition for Years 3-10.
Canterbury Bankstown Torch
Joe Geia helps unlock creativity at Balund-a
6th October 2018
ABC Radio National
Indigenous Musician Joe Geia Helps Prisoners With Poetry
17th September 2018
Unlocked Prison Poetry with Joe Geia
7th September 2018
The project connecting First Nations children to country and community
1st September 2018
Coal Coast Magazine
INDIGENOUS OFFENDERS IN POETRY AND MUSIC WORKSHOPS
21st August 2018
Unlocking Prison Poetry on the Northern Rivers
17th August 2018
Young indigenous offenders at a residential diversionary program called Balund-a, at Tabulamon on the Clarence River, have been celebrating poetry through Unlocked for the past four years.
Listen to some of the participants reading their work with line by line translations into Bundjalung by Uncle Lewis Walker, who also took part in the project.
Warrawong indigenous students keeping their language alive thanks to Red Room Poetry
6th July 2018
The Mix 12/5/2018
12th May 2018
ABC The Mix
Candy Royalle, a passionate poet!
1st May 2018
An interview by Sylvia Rosenblum (Arts Wednesday) with Candy Royalle.
Candy Royalle is a poet, performer, musician, essayist, teacher and political activist – a very passionate artist. In this conversation, we talk about her, about the nature of poetry and it’s all interspersed with her own performance, live in the studio and her songs.