National Museum of Australia

Defining Moments

In this live recording for ABC’s Big Ideas, in conjunction with the National Museum of Australia’s Defining Moments project, Paul Barclay will discuss what is means to be young in Australia with Frank Bongiorno, Jennifer Rayner, Holly Ransom and André Dao.

Where: National Museum of Australia, Lawson Crescent, Acton ACT
When: Xpm Wednesday, 26 July 2017
Tickets: (website)

Byron Writers Festival

Panel discussions

Griffith Review will present two sessions at this year’s Byron Writers Festival.

In the first session, Griffith Review 56: Millennials Strike Back co-editor Jerath Head will chair a panel discussion with millennials Jennifer Down, Bri Lee and Kayla Rae Whitaker. This session will include the presentation of the Susie Warrick Young Writer’s Award.

Where: The Saturday Paper Marquee, Byron Writers Festival, Byron Bay
When: Friday 4 August, 1.15–2.15pm
Tickets: 1–3 day passes available here

The following day, founding editor Julianne Schultz will discuss Griffith Review 57: Perils of Populism and pluck at the complex web of global forces shaping a precarious future with contributors Jim Hearn, Bri Lee and Lisa Walker.

Where: Greenstone Partners Marquee, Byron Writers Festival, Byron Bay
When: Saturday 5 August, 9–10am
Tickets: 1–3 day passes available here

Canberra Writers Festival

When: Saturday 26 August, 4 pm

Where: Conference Room Level 4, National Library of Australia

Join Cameron Muir in conversation with Anna Snoekstra, Yolande Norris, Frances Flanagan and Michael Newton.

Tickets are essential, book online.

Griffith Review