Coming up at Muse
We're delighted to welcome Aloft back to Muse! Join us for some Intimate, accessible jazz with Mike Dooley (piano) and Richard Manderson (saxophone) and possibly a guest appearance by Eric Pozza (bass). Chill, live music, wine and cheese. That's the start of a weekend!
Just what goes on within the corridors of power? How do you disentangle politics from policy, let alone from personalities? And how do you sustain all of this while maintaining some semblance of a normal life? Two people who know the answers to these questions better than most are former Secretary of the Department of Finance Jane Halton and author and former ministerial chief of staff Allan Behm (No, Minister).
Our Bipartisan series places a gentle spotlight on how couples, friends and partners nourish both their creativity and their relationship. Join novelist Marion Halligan and poet John Stokes as they reveal how work, creative output, family, politics and friendship work for them.
To be launched by Professor Tom Griffiths, ANU
In this lively collection, renowned writers including Paul Daley, Mark McKenna, Peter Stanley, Carolyn Holbrook, Mark Dapin, Carmen Lawrence, Stuart Macintyre, Frank Bongiorno and Larissa Behrendt explore not only the militarisation of our history but the alternative narratives swamped under the khaki-wash – Indigenous history, frontier conflict, multiculturalism, the myth of egalitarianism, economics and the environment.
Join Jessica Friedmann, Lisa Fuller, Zoya Patel and Melinda Smith in this special event in collaboration with Feminartsy. Four of Canberra's most insightful women writers will share unravelling and producing on a page their experiences and lives through their writing.
What do you get when you ask a prominent someone twenty rapid-fire, unrehearsed questions? Truth, dare, obfuscation or heartfelt honesty? We’re hoping for a bit of all of these when we meet Senator Katy Gallagher for Question Time.
The Permanent Resident is the debut novel by Roanna Gonsalves and a collection of short stories based on 18 years of observation which unearth the aspirations, ambivalence and guilt laced through the lives of 21st century immigrants.