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
The GOMA Talks pop-up bar is open from 5.15pm. The ‘Quilty’ exhibition is open for viewing from 5.15 – 6.30pm, prior to the session.
GOMA Talks sessions are free and no bookings are required to attend. Seating is limited, please arrive early to secure your seat.
PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ABC RADIO NATIONAL