In August and September 2019, documentary photographer Ali MC spent four weeks capturing the diversity of Iran through black and white 35mm film. The result is Analog Iran, an online exhibition which explores the diversity of a country that is often stereotyped in the media. From the border of Afghanistan to the bustling metropolis of Tehran, these photographs bring to life the everyday lives of Iranian people. Ali’s work shows the tension between the hospitality and graciousness of the Iranian people, and the constant political and economic pressures of daily life.
Join us for this wonderful presentation of his stunning photographs, and tales of his travels through this amazing part of the world.
Tuesday, 8 December 2020 - 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Drop in on our Zoom session for a relaxing yarn with friends. Join forces with us to help KOGO- Knit One, Give One, the non-profit organisation supplying winter woollies to Victorians in need. All skill levels welcome.
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Please note, this is an ONLINE EVENT. Once you book in for a session, you will be sent a link to join the session.
Join us for a fun-filled, interactive session of songs and rhymes for babies and carers online.
Please note, this is an ONLINE EVENT. You will be sent a secure link to join the session one day prior to the event.
Sessions run Wednesdays 11:00-11:20 weekly.
Wednesday, 2 December 2020 - 11:00am to 11:20am
When Sleepers, Wake! was released in Australia almost four decades ago, it immediately became influential around the world. Now its author, the polymath and former politician Barry Jones, turns his attention to what has happened since — especially to politics, health, and our climate in the digital age — and to the challenges faced by increasingly fragile democracies and public institutions. What Is to Be Done is a long-awaited work from Jones on the challenges of modernity and what must be done to meet them.
Barry Jones was born in Geelong, Victoria, and educated at Melbourne High School and the University of Melbourne, where he studied arts and law. At the age of 87, he is officially recognised as a national living treasure.
Wednesday, 2 December 2020 - 7:30pm to 8:30pm
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