DEBRIS: Issue 1 - Launch!

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Event Date: 
1 August 2021

Join us at Cam's Kiosk to celebrate the launch of the inaugural Issue of DEBRIS!

The event will feature a performance by Leah Senior followed by a dj set from Zjoso (Tribqu).

TIMETABLE

18.30-18:45 : Welcome

18:45-19:30 : Leah Senior

19:30-20:00 : Readings

20:00-21:00 : Zjoso (Tribqu)

ACCESSIBILITY

Cost

If you don't have financial capacity but still want to come, please get in contact with info@debrismag.com and we'll sort you out.

Auslan

This event will be Auslan Interpreted.

Car Parking

The following accessible parking spaces are available for use by holders of a Disabled Persons permit:

Two two-hour accessible on-street parking spaces are located on St Heliers Street, beside Gate One.

Six accessible parking places are located at the front of the car park on the northern side of St Heliers Street.

Car parks are located within a short distance of Gate One. The entrance is near a dedicated pedestrian thoroughfare and road cross over.

Toilets

Convent building: ground floor, Annexe (via the access ramp between the Convent Bakery and Cam’s or via stepped access on the southern side of the Annexe); accessible toilets are also located on the 1st level and 2nd levels via the lift in the south-west corner (north-east and south-west corners).

Baby-change Facilities

Baby-change facilities are available in the accessible unisex toilet on the ground floor of the Convent Annexe and in the accessible unisex toilet on the 1st floor of the Convent building (north-eastern landing, WellBeing wing).

Bicycles

Bicycle racks are located throughout the Convent and also adjacent to the car park. Please use these facilities and always lock up your bicycle.

COVID SAFE

We are committed to the health and safety of our community. We are following the guidelines and considerations set out by the National COVID-19 Coordination, Safe Work Australia, and BeCovidSafe Practises.

For questions and clarifications, please contact: Julia Flaster on 0424 249 874

A Covid Marshall will be onsite throughout the entire process to ensure that all procedures are followed with a reminder to:

● hand sanitiser is provided onsite

● promote good hand, sneeze and cough hygiene

● provide alcohol-based hand rub for all staff

● regularly clean and disinfect surfaces that many people touch

● open windows or adjust air conditioning for more ventilation