Natalie Harkin is a Narungga woman and activist-poet from South Australia. She is a Senior Research Fellow at Flinders University with an interest in decolonising state archives, currently engaging archival-poetic methods to research and document Aboriginal women's domestic service and labour histories in SA. Her words have been installed and projected in exhibitions comprising text-object-video projection, including creative-arts research collaboration with the Unbound Collective. She has published widely, including with literary journals Overland, Westerly, Southerly, The Lifted Brow, Wasafiri International Contemporary Writing, TEXT and Cordite. Her poetry manuscripts include Dirty Words in 2015, and Archival-poetics in 2019.
Saturday 21 May, 2:00 PMHow to Write a River, a Sky, a Seed…
Carriageworks, Track 8, Eveleigh
Free - No booking required