What’s on at the Libraries in March

Monday 24 February 2020

From talks and panel discussions on body image and gender diverse experiences, to learning how to podcast, to understanding the HSC - there’s something for all ages at Inner West Council’s libraries in March.

For bookings and all upcoming events www.innerwest.nsw.gov.au/WhatsOn or call 9392 5588.

International Women's Day author talk - Beauty
Author Bri Lee in conversation with writer and critic Fiona Wright. Lee’s latest book Beauty explores the stereotypical views of women and the need to confront our obsession with physical perfection.
Marrickville Library Pavilion
Tuesday 3 March, 6.30pm to 7.30pm

International Women's Day talk - Women of the New Gold Mountain
Western Sydney University’s Dr Alanna Kamp will talk about the lives of Sydney-based Chinese Australian women who made significant social, economic and political contributions despite being subjected to institutionalised racism under the White Australia Policy (1901-1973).
Ashfield Library
Wednesday 11 March, 6.30pm to 7.30pm

International Women's Day documentary screening - Embrace
Taryn Brumfitt is director and founder of the Body Image Movement. She travels the world exploring the global issue of body loathing. Following the screening, Dr Mary Foley will lead a talk on body image.
Leichhardt Library
Thursday 5 March, 5pm to 7.15pm

International Transgender Day of Visibility
A lively panel discussion exploring trans and gender diverse experiences.
Marrickville Library
Tuesday 31 March, 6.30pm to 7.30pm

Author talk
Louise Park, author of 7 Steps to Get Your Child Reading, will show how to turn around reluctant readers and replace digital distractions with a love for reading.
Marrickville Library Pavilion
Sunday 8 March, 11am to 12pm

Podcasting workshop
Learn the basics of podcasting such as refining an idea, storytelling with sound, recording techniques and what gear to use. Presented by Audiocraft.
Balmain Library
Saturday 28 March, 10am to 12pm

The HSC syllabus explained
Understand the changes to the new syllabus and learn key strategies for the best opportunity to ace exams. Presented by educator Rowan Kuntz founder of Art of Smart.
Emanuel Tsardoulias Community Library, Dulwich Hill
Tuesday 10 March, 6.30pm to 8pm

HSC Panel: Your questions answered
Universities Admissions Centre staff will tackle tricky topics like ATAR, scaling, applying through UAC, how many units to take and consideration of prerequisites for university
Marrickville Library Pavilion
Tuesday 31 March, 6pm to 7.30pm

Introduction to self-defence for girls 12 to 17 years old
Rose Smith’s fun and empowering introduction to Jujitsu inspired self-defence is held in a supportive and friendly space.
Marrickville Library Pavilion
Saturday 14 March, 12pm to 2pm

Yoga for kids three to five years old
Thea Brash, founder of Wildheart Kids Yoga, will introduce kids to mindfulness, yoga poses, breathing, strength and flexibility in a fun, safe and inclusive environment.
Ashfield Library
Monday 9 March, 10an to 11am

Exhibition: Time Out
Award-winning artist Barbara Aroney’s paintings evoke the ‘time out’ of morning teas and café meals.
Leichhardt Library
Exhibition opening Wednesday, 4 March 6pm to 7.30pm
Exhibition at Leichhardt Library from 2-30 March

For media enquiries, contact Elizabeth Heath, Media and Communications Coordinator, 2 9392 5334 or  e Elizabeth.Heath@innerwest.nsw.gov.au


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