Symposium: Belonging

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Symposium: Belonging

Date & Time

Fri 1 Mar 2019 • 9:30am - 5:00pm

2019-03-01 09:30:00 2019-03-01 17:00:00 Australia/Brisbane Symposium: Belonging Belonging, is an intimate and thought-provoking day designed to inspire and connect individuals passionate about the drive for cultural change. Featuring Adam Liaw in conversation with ABC Radio National’s host Paul Barclay, the Symposium includes a range of interactive panel discussions and artistic performances. Topics of discussion include intercultural arts practice, cultural heritage and diplomacy, philosophy, creativity and wellbeing. The Symposium strengthens the bonds of cultural and multi-disciplinary communities. Forge new pathways with fellow creatives over a curated lunch by local food entrepreneur and celebrity chef Margaret Nguyen. Nurture your sense of belonging through conversations with our growing collective of innovators dedicated to bridging our networks of cultures and communities. Join the stellar panel and engage with local and international thought leaders, and leave with fresh perspectives, rejuvenated ideas and stronger creative connections. Sadly Lee Lin Chin has had to withdraw from the event and has supplied a personal message for her much-loved fans and followers: "It is with a heavy heart that I must let all those planning to attend down. Due to personal commitments out of my control I shall be out of the country with family for the foreseeable future. I wish to offer my sincerest apologies and shall endeavour to visit up north as soon as I can. I hope you can forgive me."  Lee Lin Chin For all ticket enquires visit QPAC or phone 13 62 46. Presented in partnership with QPAC. ​This event is part of Brisbane City Council's BrisAsia Festival 2019. See the full schedule of events.  Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), South Brisbane

Age

Open

Cost

$45, concession - $25

Belonging, is an intimate and thought-provoking day designed to inspire and connect individuals passionate about the drive for cultural change.

Featuring Adam Liaw in conversation with ABC Radio National’s host Paul Barclay, the Symposium includes a range of interactive panel discussions and artistic performances. Topics of discussion include intercultural arts practice, cultural heritage and diplomacy, philosophy, creativity and wellbeing.

The Symposium strengthens the bonds of cultural and multi-disciplinary communities. Forge new pathways with fellow creatives over a curated lunch by local food entrepreneur and celebrity chef Margaret Nguyen.

Nurture your sense of belonging through conversations with our growing collective of innovators dedicated to bridging our networks of cultures and communities. Join the stellar panel and engage with local and international thought leaders, and leave with fresh perspectives, rejuvenated ideas and stronger creative connections.

Sadly Lee Lin Chin has had to withdraw from the event and has supplied a personal message for her much-loved fans and followers:

"It is with a heavy heart that I must let all those planning to attend down. Due to personal commitments out of my control I shall be out of the country with family for the foreseeable future. I wish to offer my sincerest apologies and shall endeavour to visit up north as soon as I can. I hope you can forgive me."  Lee Lin Chin

For all ticket enquires visit QPAC or phone 13 62 46.

Presented in partnership with QPAC.

​This event is part of Brisbane City Council's BrisAsia Festival 2019.

See the full schedule of events

Booking

Bookings required. To book visit QPAC

Venue

Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Cnr Melbourne and Grey Street, South Brisbane
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