Jodee Mundy

Jodee Mundy is committed to producing high quality theatre works, public events, installations and artistic interventions, bringing together diverse cross sections of the community who may not regularly encounter one another. Her work has taken her around Australia and the globe.

Bilingual in Auslan and English, everyone in Jodee’s family is Deaf except for her. Jodee is a passionate artist who creatively includes people of all abilities into her works. Her recent work, Imagined Touch, an award winning show, features two deafblind artists where audiences experience tactile communication.

An experienced sign language Interpreter of eighteen years, now retired, she has interpreted across many settings, specialising in social justice and media, including for the BBC news.

She has worked as a consultative artist on creative inclusion for the City of Melbourne, the City of Moreland, the City of Boroondara, Google, Polyglot Theatre, Arts Access Victoria and for Sydney Festival. She is a peer assessor for the Australia Council for the Arts and Creative Victoria.

Speaker at the Ethical Enterprise Conference 2017