ANTIDOTE: A Festival of Ideas via Satellite

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CELEBRATING ADULT LEARNER’S WEEK 2017

ANTIDOTE is a festival of ideas, art, and action that will be held at the Opera House during September 2017.

Protest. Politics. Fake News. Money. The future of our world is looking bleak. And that fear and frustration resides within each of us – every, single, day.

This festival is our antidote. A chance to recharge our batteries and reset our headspace. To take time, to take stock, and most importantly, to take action.

At a time of recognised global uncertainty, ANTIDOTE will celebrate the artists, thinkers and ‘doers’ who have spearheaded social change and fought for what they believe in. We’ve spent years talking about the world’s problems – now it’s time to imagine solutions.

For the inaugural ANTIDOTE we are presenting the following Satellite program LIVE at the Alice Springs Public Library:

SUNDAY 3 SEPTEMBER 2017
(ACST time)
10.30am-11.30pm: Arkady Ostrovsky – The Invention of Russia
11.30-12.00pm: Break
12.00-1.00pm: Tamika D. Mallory – The Women’s March on Washington
1.00-1.15pm: Break
1.15-1.45pm: Backstage Q&A with Rutger Bregman

FREE.
Bookings essential: aspl.eventbrite.com.au
Light morning tea provided.

Discover more about ANTIDOTE via https://antidote.sydneyoperahouse.com/

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When:
Sunday 3 September 2017
Time:
10:30am – 1:45pm
Where:
Alice Springs Public Library
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Cost:
Free