Oct
18

Ballarat Writers Festival: Queer Wars, an Interview with Dennis Altman

In a session not to be missed at the Ballarat Writers Festival, Lucinda Horrocks interviews the Australian academic and novelist Dennis Altman AM, one of the world’s most influential writers on sexuality and politics.

In this session Dennis will talk about LGBT rights in a global era, the gay civil rights movement and democracy, and will look back on the era of 1970s gay liberation and the publication of his first influential work Homosexual: Oppression & Liberation.

Where: Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka, 102 Stawell Street South, Ballarat, Victoria, 3350.

When: Sunday 22nd October, 2:30pm-3:30pm.

Tickets: Festival Day Pass $50/$45/$40 | Festival Weekend Pass $80/$75/$70

Bookings: http://www.ballaratwritersfestival.com/2017-festival/tickets/

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Oct
18

Ballarat Writers Festival: Writing with Pictures: Wind & Sky Documentaries

Wind & Sky Productions is part of the inaugural Ballarat Writers Festival this year with a session on how writing works in modern documentary storytelling.

In this entertaining hour long interview with Mary DeBrett, Lucinda will show some clips of Wind & Sky films and explore where the ‘writing’ fits in to an audio visual storytelling medium.

Where: Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka, 102 Stawell Street South, Ballarat, Victoria, 3350.

When: Saturday 21st October, 3:30pm-4:30pm.

Tickets: Festival Day Pass $50/$45/$40 | Festival Weekend Pass $80/$75/$70

Bookings: http://www.ballaratwritersfestival.com/2017-festival/tickets/

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Oct
3

‘Out of the Closets’ screenings in October

October is LGBT History Month. To celebrate there are some screenings of ‘Out of the Closets, Into the Streets’ in Victoria.

Come along and join us if you can.

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Jun
28

Heroes of Flood and Fire – Rethinking the Australian Legend

Wind & Sky Productions is delighted to be part of the month-long Australian Winter Festival this July at the Salt Bush Kitchen, Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka in Ballarat, Victoria. This four-part lecture series Rethinking The Australian Legend explores how Indigenous Australia influences our contemporary nation to thrive.

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