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FESTIVAL CALENDAR 11

THU 21 AUG TIME 5.30 PM 6.30 PM 9.30 PM

SESSION ACU Prize for Literature Helen Garner: Opening Night Address Chris Hadfield: An Astronaut’s Guide to Life

VENUE ACU Melbourne Campus Melbourne Town Hall Melbourne Town Hall

BOOKING CODE N/A 1001 1002

STREAM Local Luminaries Highlights Highlights

FRI 22 AUG TIME 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 11 AM 11.30 AM 11.30 AM 11.30 AM 11.30 AM 12 PM 12 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 2.30 PM 2.30 PM 2.30 PM 2.30 PM 2.30 PM 4 PM 4 PM 4 PM 4 PM 4 PM 5.30 PM 5.30 PM 6.00 PM 6.45 PM

SESSION Dylan Thomas 100: Contemporary Welsh Literature Imma Monsó: In Conversation The Morning Read Words That Heal Limits of Storytelling Book Passage: Travel Writing Masterclass AIDS is Dead! Long Live HIV! City to City: Shanghai Historians at Work Molly Oldfield: Secret Museum Illustrator in Residence: Elise Hurst Seminar: Sound Stories Gerald Murnane: In Conversation Indigenous Writing Now Malcolm Fraser & Bob Carr: In Conversation Selfie Culture City to City: Jakarta John A Scott: In Conversation Rupert Thomson: In Conversation Seminar: Writing About TV What I Learned About Love From Reading Book Passage: Immersion Travel Writing Seminar FameLab Remixed Hannah Kent: In Conversation NoViolet Bulawayo: In Conversation Seeking Asylum Book Launch: Surviving Peace The Alan Missen Oration: Michael Kirby Reading on the Road The Book Club

VENUE Deakin Edge, Fed Square ACMI The Cube Festival Club at Optic ACMI Cinema 1 ACMI Studio 1 The Wheeler Centre ACMI Studio 1 ACMI The Cube ACMI Cinema 1 Deakin Edge, Fed Square Atrium, Fed Square The Wheeler Centre ACMI Cinema 1 ACMI The Cube Deakin Edge, Fed Square ACMI Studio 1 ACMI The Cube ACMI Studio 1 Deakin Edge, Fed Square The Wheeler Centre ACMI Cinema 1 The Wheeler Centre ACMI The Cube ACMI Studio 1 ACMI Cinema 1 Deakin Edge, Fed Square ACMI The Cube Deakin Edge, Fed Square The Wheeler Centre ABC, Elsternwick

BOOKING CODE 1201 N/A N/A 3201 4201 7205 4202 N/A 3202 1202 N/A 7201 3203 N/A 1203 4203 N/A 4204 1204 7202 3204 7204 N/A 4205 3205 1205 N/A 1206 7203 N/A

STREAM Music & Performance World Literature World Literature Local Luminaries World Literature Industry Insights The Agenda Food, Wine & Travel World Literature Art, Design & Innovation Children & Families Industry Insights Local Luminaries Local Luminaries The Agenda The Agenda Food, Wine & Travel Local Luminaries World Literature Industry Insights World Literature Industry Insights The Agenda Local Luminaries World Literature The Agenda Local Luminaries The Agenda Food, Wine & Travel Music & Performance

7 PM 7 PM

Bob Brown: Fighting for the Future Castaway with Emily Nussbaum

Deakin Edge, Fed Square ACMI Studio 1

1207 2401

The Agenda Art, Design & Innovation

SAT 23 AUG TIME 9 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10 AM 10.30 AM 11 AM 11.30 AM 11.30 AM 11.30 AM 11.30 AM

SESSION Coffee & Papers Bark! Bark! Bark! A Treehouse Exhibition Book Passage: Morning Session David Astle: Cryptic Crossword Masterclass Global Short Stories Meg Wolitzer: The Interestings Strange Territory The Morning Read Tiddas Walk: Street Art Tour Walk: Excercising Philosophy Alphabet City Melbourne Sally Rippin at The Little Library Erri De Luca: In Conversation Modern Love Ruth Reichl: Delicious! Voice: Language in Literature

VENUE Festival Club at Optic ArtPlay The Wheeler Centre NGV Australia ACMI The Cube Deakin Edge, Fed Square ACMI Cinema 1 Festival Club at Optic ACMI Studio 1 MWF Box Office, Fed Square The School of Life ArtPlay The Little Library ACMI Studio 1 ACMI Cinema 1 Deakin Edge, Fed Square ACMI The Cube

BOOKING CODE 9308 N/A 7301 9303 N/A 1301 3301 N/A 4301 9391 9394 5301 N/A 4302 3302 1302 N/A

STREAM Connect & Explore Children & Families Industry Insights Local Luminaries World Literature World Literature World Literature World Literature World Literature Connect & Explore Connect & Explore Children & Families Children & Families World Literature World Literature World Literature World Literature

David Syme: Man of the Age Win a private dinner with author and editor-in-chief A legend in his lifetime, David Syme is regarded as ‘the most influential journalist in Victorian history’. To celebrate the book launch of David Syme: Man of the Age, one lucky subscriber and guest will win a tour of The Age’s newsroom with editor-in-chief Andrew Holden on August 11. Then enjoy a private dinner with Holden, David Syme author Elizabeth Morrison, and their guests. The winner will also receive an invite to attend the official book launch on August 12.

To enter visit theage.com.au/mybenefits

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Terms: Entry is open to all residents of VIC, who are 18 years or over and are subscribers of The Age. Competition opens 27/06/14 and closes 27/07/14 at 23:59 (AEST). Total prize pool value is $1400.00 (including GST). Winners judged from 11:30am on 28/07/14 at Salmat Digital, L2, 116 Miller St, North Sydney NSW 2060. Winners will be noti¿ed of their prize in writing. Terms and conditions available at theage.com.au/mybene¿ts Privacy Policy available at http://www.fairfax.com.au/privacy.html. Promoter is Fairfax Media Publications Pty Ltd of 1 Darling Island Road, Pyrmont NSW 2009. NATAGE S011

2014 MWF Festival Guide  
2014 MWF Festival Guide