GOMA Talks: Toxic Masculinity
6.30PM Mon 23 Sep 2019
GOMA | Cinema A | Free
The lively evening discussion program GOMA Talks returns during ‘Quilty’. Join guest panellists and host Paul Barclay (ABC Radio National, Big Ideas) as they explore toxic masculinity – examining how it manifests, what toll it has on our society and whether it is possible to incite change, or will ‘boys continue to be boys’?
- Tarang Chawla, writer, activist and founder of the Not One More Niki campaign
- Catharine Lumby, Professor of Media, Macquarie University, author and journalist
- Michael Flood, Associate Professor, Queensland University of Technology and Co-Director of the Centre for Research on Men and Masculinities
- Joe Williams, mental health advocate, professional boxer and former rugby league player
GOMA Talks is held across three locations in GOMA. Seating is limited - available on a first in, first-seated basis. The live panel discussion starts at 6.30pm in Cinema A and is live-streamed into Cinema B and the River Room.
GOMA doors: Open from 5.15pm | ‘Quilty’ exhibition: Open for viewing from 5.15 – 6.15pm | Bodhi Tree Terrace Bar: Drink and food offerings available from 5.00 – 6.30pm
PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ABC RADIO NATIONAL