NGV Teens: Jenna Lee Industry Connections

Thu 27 May 21, 5pm–6pm

Past program


This program takes place virtually

Industry Connections gives teens the chance to meet artists, industry leaders and creatives in this online event series. Through informal discussion and illustrated presentations, find out about their creative careers and gain insights into the diverse roles and opportunities in the creative industries. Bring your questions!

Artist: Jenna Lee

Jenna Lee is a mixed race Larrakia, Wardaman and Karajarri, Asian (Japanese, Chinese, Filipino) and Anglo Australian woman whose contemporary art practice explores identity, labelling and the relationships formed between language, labels and objects. As part of Reconciliation Week, Jenna will discuss her career path and artistic practice spanning sculpture, paper-based works, projection, found objects and language.

Facilitated by Stephanie Pohlman, Youth and Families Coordinator, NGV and NGV Teen Councilor, Ben.

Online Event Instructions

This event for people aged 13 to 18 years will be delivered online.

Please join here and provide the event password IndCon#2705

For the best experience, participant cameras and microphones will be turned off. We look forward to hearing your questions or comments via the comments section. Alternatively, you can email  questions for the presenter to PublicPrograms@ngv.vic.gov.au
Questions will be read out during the program and we will endeavour to address as many as possible.

Information for people who are Deaf or hard of hearing

The NGV Teens program is supported by The Truby & Florence Williams Charitable Trust, managed by Equity Trustees. The NGV also wishes to acknowledge The Ullmer Family Foundation, Beatrice Moignard and The JTM Foundation for their generous support of NGV Teens.


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