Today I, Tomorrow You
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Local women from various disciplines speak to the festival theme "Today I, Tomorrow You" through a series of 5-minute lectures, followed by a private panel and Q&A session at one of the tables of Morning Glory.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
WOMEN OF THE WORLD: 5-MINUTE LECTURES AND PANEL ON ‘TODAY I, TOMORROW YOU’.
HOSTED BY PROFESSOR JANE GOLLEY, CHINA ECONOMIST, ANU AUSTRALIAN CENTRE ON CHINA IN THE WORLD.
Dr Jo Caffery (Associate Professor, University of Canberra, Main research project: Gender equitable agriculture in PNG – institutions and youth, Centre for Sustainable Communities, The PNG Family Farm Teams Project, UNESCO International Research Fellow): Family and Equality.
Joan Cornish (Well-being Coach, Inner Nature): Resistance or Acceptance?: A mindful approach to learning to navigate the crazy mess we are in.
Raihan Ismail (Lecturer, ANU Centre for Arabic and Islamic Studies): Protest and survival in Iraq.
Fiona Jenkins (Associate Professor, Philosophy, ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences): Justifying just being in the world.
Kate Murphy (Artist, Educator, National Gallery of Australia): When rivers become people.
Rauny Worm (CEO Tuggeranong Arts Centre): Today I protest, resist and become radical so tomorrow you can live.
3:15 pm - 3:55 pm | Ian Wark Theatre