GOMA TALKS CINDY SHERMAN

6.30 – 7.30pm, Thursday 21 & 28 July | GOMA | Free

The lively evening discussion program GOMA Talks returns during 'Cindy Sherman'. Across two events, join special guest panellists and ABC Radio National hosts Paul Barclay (Big Ideas) and Sarah Kanowski (Books and Arts) as they examine contemporary feminism.

GOMA Talks sessions are free and no bookings are required to attend. Please arrive before 6.30pm to secure your seat. 

View the live stream of GOMA Talks and share your comments, feedback and questions to the panel using the twitter hash tag #GOMAtalks or SMS 04 888 TALKS (82557).

GOMA TALKS POP-UP BAR

Open from 5.30pm
Drop into the Cinema Lounge before the talk to enjoy food and drink offerings at our pop-up bar.

'FOOD FOR THOUGHT' PACKAGE

Deepen your GOMA Talks experience with our exclusive 'Food for Thought' package. Enjoy a delightful light bite to eat and glass of wine before the evening's GOMA Talks discussion, followed by a private, tailored tour of 'Cindy Sherman' with exhibition curator Ellie Buttrose, Associate Curator, International Contemporary Art, QAGOMA. See below for more details.

SOLD OUT | Thursday 21 July

TICKETS AVAILABLE | Thursday 28 July

BUY TICKETS

Bookings essential / $36.50 General Admission / $32.50* QAGOMA Members.
Prices includes $1.50 qtix booking fee
*Valid QAGOMA Member or Foundation card required

SESSION 1

Paul Barclay

GOMA TALKS
THE NEW FEMINIST FRONTIER
6.30pm Thursday 21 July 2016

We were told that new technology would unshackle women from the domestic duties of the home, and yet in the 21st century women’s experience of online and social media is one of abuse, exclusion and exploitation. From trolling, to gaming and online culture, is technology feminism’s new frontier?

Hosted by Paul Barclay, presenter of ABC Radio National’s Big Ideas »

Dr Emma A Jane, Author and Senior Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer, The University of New South Wales »

Alanah Pearce, Writer, presenter and Associate Editor, Toys and Culture, IGN Entertainment (joining via Skype from San Francisco) »

Dr Melinda Rackham, Artist, curator and writer »

Dr Nicolas Suzor, Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology »

SESSION 2

Sarah Kanowski

GOMA TALKS
FEMINISM AFTER THE REVOLUTION
6.30pm Thursday 28 July 2016

It has been half a century since second-wave feminism revolutionised the roles and rights of women in the western world. What’s changed, and what battles are still left to fight? What is the way forward for 21st century feminism?

Hosted by Sarah Kanowski, presenter of ABC Radio National’s Books and Arts »

Van Badham, Writer, social commentator, theatre-maker »

Dr Marian Baird AO, Professor of Gender and Employment Relations, The University of Sydney »

Eva Cox AO, Writer, feminist, sociologist, social commentator and activist (joining via Skype from Sydney) »

Melissa Lucashenko, Author »

FOOD FOR THOUGHT PACKAGE

Deepen your GOMA Talks experience with our exclusive 'Food for Thought' package.

'FOOD FOR THOUGHT’ PACKAGE

Deepen your GOMA Talks experience with our exclusive ‘Food for Thought’ package. Enjoy a delightful light bite to eat and glass of wine before the evening's GOMA Talks discussion, followed by a private, tailored tour of ‘Cindy Sherman' with exhibition curator Ellie Buttrose, Associate Curator, International Contemporary Art, QAGOMA.

BUY TICKETS

Bookings essential / $36.50 General Admission / $32.50* QAGOMA Members.
Prices includes $1.50 qtix booking fee
*Valid QAGOMA Member or Foundation card required

5.30–6.30pm:
Arrival drink and light bite at the GOMA Talks Bar | Cinema Foyer, GOMA.
To eat, your choice of:
Pepperoni and spicy tomato pizza pie, or
Olive, artichoke and roasted vegetable pizza pie (v), or
Jersey Disco wedges – smoked mozzarella and gravy

To drink, your choice of:
Yering Station for QAGOMA Chardonnay, or
Yering Station for QAGOMA Pinot Noir

6.30–7.30pm:
GOMA Talks | GOMA Talks | Cinema A, GOMA

7.45–8.30pm:
‘Cindy Sherman’ exhibition entry and exclusive tour with Ellie Buttrose, Associate Curator, International Contemporary Art, QAGOMA.

Package includes a set food and beverage package, plus ‘Cindy Sherman’ exhibition entry and an exclusive themed curatorial tour of the ‘Cindy Sherman' exhibition tailored to the night's GOMA Talk theme, departing after the discussion session. Please note that the package does not include a reserved seat to the GOMA Talks session. Alternative dishes are available for those with specific dietary requirements; please ensure you fill out the dietary requirements field when booking. Bookings are essential.


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