Hear firsthand from four incredible female changemakers about the power of art to impart positive social, political and environmental change at the Art Activism by Great Women Conference.
Join us on Sunday 28 March between 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm for this inspiring event, presented by Kambri at ANU and Lerida Wines, and curated and produced by aMBUSH Gallery.
The Art Activism by Great Women Conference brings together prominent female artists from around Australia – Aretha Brown, Kaff-eine, Jane Gillings, and Claire Martin – to discuss their art and area of activism, sharing powerful ideas, diverse perspectives and inspiring action.
The ticketed conference comprises individual artist talks and Q&A sessions, followed by a group panel discussion and Q&A moderated by Genevieve Jacobs, an afternoon tea, and finishing with an hour-long networking and wine tasting (courtesy of Lerida Estate) in aMBUSH Gallery.
Art Activism by Great Women Conference is free of charge for students, with three ticketing options available for members of the general public: Conference and Networking $50, Conference Only $35, or Networking Only $15. This is a unique opportunity to access socially conscious leaders in an intimate setting and tickets will sell fast, so secure your spot via Eventbrite here.
What: Art Activism by Great Women Conference
When: Sunday 28 March, 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Where: Kambri at ANU
Cost: Free for students, conference + networking $50, conference only $35, networking only $15
Tickets: Available at Eventbrite