The North Sydney Community Centre’s talks series returns for 2017 with a cracker line-up of Sydney creatives
After a sold out success in 2016, NSCC is hosting discussions with well-known females from Sydney’s creative space. Taking place on Saturday March 11, the full day program will see six women – from writers to illustrators, animators to designers – take to stage to share their stories of creating, making and inspiring.
The 2017 program follows International Women’s Day on March 8 and will include: illustrator and filmmaker Emma Magenta in conversation with yogi and publisher of YOKE magazine Cynthia Sciberras; cartoonist Fiona Katauskas in conversation with ABC broadcaster Sarah Macdonald; Indigenous arts activist Nadeena Dixon in conversation with director of Redfern Community Centre Kristina Karasulas; textile designer Sally Campbell in conversation with photographer and writer Victoria Alexander; fair-trade activist and designer Shannon Sheedy in conversation with Daily Imprint and The Indigo Crew blogger Natalie Walton; and sculptor and installation artist Tracey Deep in conversation with arts writer and curator Amber Creswell-Bell. The day will be MCed by actor, trainer and workshop leader Amy Kersey.
Included in the day’s proceedings will be lunch and refreshments by Hatrick Catering and Toby’s Estate Coffee.