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Comic In Tuition: Can Comedy be Taught?

30 March 2019
The Wheeler Centre
Wes Snelling

Are ‘funny bones’ something you’re born with, or can they grow with time?

TDOV 2019 – Visibility Party with spoken word and performances

31 March 2019
Hares and Hyenas

TDOV – Trans Day of Visibility 2019

Melbourne Book Market

31 March 2019
Melbourne Book Market
Melbourne Book Market

Detail: Every Sunday until 14 April, 10am-4pm
Location: A Shed

Reading Your Mind: Neurodiversity and Writing

1 April 2019
The Wheeler Centre
Graeme Simsion and Clem Bastow

In 2013, Graeme Simsion published his first novel, The Rosie Project, and the world fell in love...

I’m not a Robot

2 April 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

A David Jones textile designer-turned painter presents a series of work exploring the line, tone, shape...

I slept through my first labour. I'm fine.

2 April 2019
Hobsons Bay Libraries
Megan Blandford

I slept through my first labour.

On Beauty

2 April 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

A series of paintings and works on paper exploring the notion of beauty and transience with references to...

Opening Pages at Fairfieldbooks

3 April 2019
Fairfield Books
Ilke Tampke & Stuart Kells

History is in the air at this Opening Pages.

Beyond Your Command: Youth Activism Today

3 April 2019
The Wheeler Centre
Aretha Brown, Paige Burton, and Lawrence Chang

On the streets, on the airwaves and online – a new generation of young Australian activists are speaking...