Dr Sharon Huebner is a multi-disciplinary academic in the complex spaces of relational collaborations, politics of agency, applied ethics and Indigenous principles, practices and governance. She is a recipient of an Australian Research Council (ARC), Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) at the Australian National University and holds a PhD from Monash University, Australia, 2016. Sharon is a writer and interdisciplinary artist, she is the the co-writer and director of the short film ‘No Longer a Wandering Spirit –Imaginaries of Bessy Flowers’ (2016) and the author of ‘No Longer a wandering spirit’ (2023).
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.
Friday 23 June, 2PM
2023 marks Hip-Hop’s 50th anniversary of international recognition. Join these artists for a deeply compelling conversation about the ties between music, culture and literature.
Saturday 17 June, 4:15pm
Hear from authors on how they go about whittling down their words to the ones that matter the most, and what they do with the ones they cut.