Jasmine Noseworthy Persaud

[Image Description: Jasmine Noseworthy Persaud, a mixed race Guyanese person with light brown skin and dark curly hair smiles wide with teeth showing and hand holding their face. They are in front of an emerald green wall and wear a brown-black tie-dye shirt.]

Jasmine Noseworthy Persaud (they/them) is a nonbinary, mad and multiply disabled, digital media artist of Guyanese and English descent living in Treaty 13 territory. They are interested in where community arts meets community health. They practice arts admin and project management as care work with roots in disability justice. As a whole, their creative work seeks to create breathing space for survivors and queer, disabled, racialized communities. During the pandemic, this work has grown to revolve around explorations of love-grief as praxis, on a multi-sensory scale, and through the celebration of diverse bodyminds. Chosen media include: illustration, poetry, and film.