I’ll be speaking at a few panel events at the Bendigo Writers Festival. Do come along if you’re around!
I’ll be chatting to Oscar nominated director, Feras Fayyad, about his film Last Men in Aleppo at the Castlemaine Film Festival.
Moderating this conversation at the National Gallery of Victoria. Come along if you can.
Taking part in a discussion on the gender pay gap as part of the Victorian Government's conference on gender equality for businesses called Women@Work in the lead up to Equal Pay Day in September 2018. It will be held on 21 March 2018 at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) at Federation Square. To register your interest in attending please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For the agenda and information about speakers please visit: https://economicdevelopment.vic.gov.au/about-us/overview/advisory-bodies/the-equal-workplaces-advisory-council.
Celebrate this International Women’s Day with local filmmakers telling powerful and revealing stories. Join filmmakers Sari Braithwaite, Chloe Brugale and Santilla Chingaipe in conversation with Eloise Ross about their craft and processes, key collaborations and career pathways.
Book via the ACMI website https://www.acmi.net.au/events/women-film/
Giving a speech as part of International Women's Day celebrations in Melbourne.
Taking part in this important research dialogue about women in film in Australia as part of the opening of the Melbourne Women in Film Festival.
Here's the link to book https://www.acmi.net.au/events/women-film-and-independence-21st-century/ Hope to see you there
Interviewing artist Stéphanie Kabanyana Kanyandekwe following her performance as part of Deep Dive at the Arts Centre in Melbourne.
More details on the event page here https://www.artscentremelbourne.com.au/en/event-archive/2018/curious-incident-associated-program/the-deep-dive
This powerful event will unpack and define the current state of the Australian identity.
Nkechi Anele and Lucille Cutting are friends who connected through difference. As two Nigerian-Australian women of a similar age and background, Nkechi and Lucie had vastly different upbringings. One grew up in an urban environment surrounded by many cultures and the other in a small town in country Victoria.
Questions about race, identity and culture form the basis of their friendship and led to the development of The Pin – an online discussion platform run by biracial Australians for all Australians. Everyone deserves to feel safe to THINK about who they are, MEET amazing people and EXPRESS themselves. A lineup of thought-provoking guests will join award winning journalist and moderator Santilla Chingaipe for Where We At? — a live forum exploring contemporary thought on race, identity and culture in Australia
Book your tickets here https://www.melbournerecital.com.au/events/2017/where-we-at/
Chatting about my creative process in this free event as part of Melbourne Writers Festival.