Songlines, part 1

  • presented by:

Sunday 6 October , 2.00pm – 3.00pm

Watt Space Gallery 20 Auckland St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia
  • Free
  • Reading

There is more than sixty thousands years of history on this land. Facilitated by Marlee Silva, this combination reading and Q&A will showcase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers sharing their craft and yarning about the art of oral story-telling, writing practice and Blak excellence.

Are you coming?

Our festival is 100% free. It’s always free. But this year, National Young Writers’ Festival is asking for you to register for the festival. Registering for our festival means you can help us maintain and secure our ongoing funding. We rely on funding to provide this opportunity to artists and audiences. We need to understand who exactly we provide this opportunity to.

Can you support NYWF?

During registration, you’ll see an opportunity to buy a NYWF supporter ticket. If you love our festival, we encourage to help support our festival by becoming an NYWF supporter. The “ticket” doesn’t get you into anything extra, it’s a contribution to support the ongoing running costs of our festival: which is 100% free to attend!

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Watt Space Gallery
20 Auckland St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia

Watt Space Gallery

20 Auckland St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia

Watt Space Gallery is an accessible venue with ramp or steps entrance, with reserved parking and accessible toilet.

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