Sydney Opera House and Frankston City Libraries present Antidote Satellite
Featuring two headline sessions and an exclusive backstage interview, ANTIDOTE Satellite invites audiences beyond the Opera House to imagine solutions to some of the world's biggest problems.
The Invention of Russia -
Does Russia pose a threat to the west? With pithy and insightful observations, journalist and author Arkady Ostrovsky examines today’s political reality from the perspective of Putin's Russia.
The Women's March on Washington - Tamika D. Mallory has been protesting her entire life – from joining Reverend Al Sharpton's National Action Network at age fifteen, to working with the Obama administration on gun control legislation. As National Co-Chair of the Women's March on Washington, Mallory proved that women are the centre of resistance against the Trump presidency.
Utopia for Realists - Our day-to-day reality – life expectancy, health, wealth and education were considered unrealistic and utopian in the eighteenth century. So, what's next? Join Rutger Bregman backstage to discuss how utopian ideals like a basic living income and a fifteen-hour workweek could become a reality in our lifetime.
Come along to Frankston Library on Sunday 3 September 11am - 2:15pm for this free event.
No bookings required.