Coming up at Muse
Melbourne-based Ukranian-born pianist Sonya Lifschitz plays Tchaikovsky's 'The Seasons' in a late-night nostalgia filled concert to quieten your inner revolutionary. Presented in partnership with the Canberra International Music Festival.
We’re very excited to present our new programming stream ‘The Long Table'. The Long Table is a new lunch series which we are thrilled to launch with father and daughter writing team Meg and Tom Keneally. *SOLD OUT*
Raised to be a ‘good girl’ in the claustrophobia of suburban Sydney, Jenevieve Chang has been running away for as long as she can remember. Join us for a special Saturday evening cabaret-style author talk - with a storytelling performance inspired by Jenevieve's new book, The Good Girl of Chinatown.
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.
It’s 1972 in Canberra. Michael Dransfield is being treated for a drug addiction; Paula Keogh is delusional and grief-stricken. They meet in a psychiatric unit of the Canberra Hospital and instantly fall in love.
Millennials, those born in the final decades of the twentieth century, have come of age in an unsettled world – one that offers few clear or established pathways to a secure future. But what exactly are they up against, and how are they responding to the societies they've grown into?
Kim Mahood has spent a lifetime exploring the fault lines between back and white relations in Australia - and contemplating them as a writer, artist, and performer. Join us for a special afternoon viewing some of Kim’s work and hearing her in conversation with ABC’s Louise Maher.