Darcy Hytt is a storyteller living on Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Country. They explore relationality, remembering, and knowing in contexts of queerness, disability justice, and colonial violence.
Thursday 22 June, 7:30pm
What better way to celebrate the winter solstice than listening to powerful tales around a fire? Rug up to commune beneath the moon on the longest night of the year for a night of aural storytelling.
Thursday 22 June, 5:30PM
Four evenings of professional development sessions for aspiring and seasoned writers alike who wish to dig into the nuts and bolts of being a professional writer.
Friday 23 June, 12:30pm
Hear from writers as they discuss the ins and outs of working with one another, how it informs their practice, and how you can implement it into your own.
Wednesday 21 June, 9pm
In an attention economy where textual engagement is constantly subject to the news cycle, the fragment, virality and the scroll, what is it to be distracted, and what makes it compelling?