Sep
30
10:00am10:00am

FAMILY: GAYBIES PHOTO EVENT

GAYBIES: We Are Not A Hypothetical

SydneyMardiGras

Family Photo Event - Friday Sep 30th, 10.00 - 3.00pm

Location: Queensbridge Square, Southbank, Melbourne

Family Photo Event
As a celebration of family diversity, we invite you to have your family portrait taken by our photographer in front of a mural created by acclaimed Melbourne artist Julian Clavijo. Leave a message and/or place your portrait at the exhibit site in response to the question “what makes a family?” and help us to create a Melbourne Family album.

Register a time for your Free family photo here:

Eventbrite - GAYBIES: Family Photo Day

Weather: In case of a very wet Melbourne day this event will be cancelled // Please check this website 24 hours prior.

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Oceans: In Conversation Panel
Aug
26
6:15pm 6:15pm

Oceans: In Conversation Panel

At threeOclock, we will host a conversation that reflects on the delicate beauty of Oceans, our interaction with them and our impact, both positive and negative. We will discuss if art can play a role, not only in communicating these critical environmental issues but in connecting the public with more emotion and more impact. This talk will be convened by the incredible Dumbo Feather.

Eventbrite - Oceans: In Conversation Panel

Speakers: 

Artist: Jasmine Targett

Creative Producer: Jodi Newcombe

Environmental Activist: Jaxon Barnes @ The Wilderness Society
 

As part of the threeOclock program we are thrilled to be talking with Dumbo Feather.

Dumbo Feather Magazine knows that behind extraordinary ideas there are extraordinary people and their magazine is all about these people. They scour the globe to find those with the drive to make a difference, those that inspire and excite, and those that are united with passion.

 

The Details:

6.15pm || Mingle and be inspired by Oceans Exhibition

6.30pm || In Conversation (45 min talk / 15 minute question time)

Ticket Price of $15.00

Includes: Complimentary Cocktail & Special Door Prizes from our friends at:

Paper Sea || Dumbo Feather || Museum Victoria || Frank Green || Honey Bee

7.45pm Onwards || Please continue to mix with all our wonderful artists for our Oceans Party

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A Girl's Place and Dumbo Feather: In Conversation
Jun
2
6:15pm 6:15pm

A Girl's Place and Dumbo Feather: In Conversation

June 2nd
6.15pm for a 6.45pm start

 

Three incredible women share their powerful stories, insights and experiences and talk with Dumbo Feather Magazine about the importance of recognising and empowering girls and women around the world to change the stories of our cities.

Eventbrite - Dumbo Feather and A Girl's Place - A Conversation

 

Speakers

Kemi Nekvapil - Speaker, Coach and Author: Empowering Women to Nourish their lives.
http://www.keminekvapil.com

Susanne Legena - Deputy CEO and Director of External Engagement at children’s rights international development agency Plan International Australia.
https://www.plan.org.au

Clare McCracken- Artist, Academic and recipient of the prestigious Vice Chancellors Scholarship at RMIT.
http://www.mccracken.com.au

Facilitator: Mele-Ane Havea, Dumbo Featherhttp://www.dumbofeather.com

 

Dumbo Feather Magazine knows that behind extraordinary ideas there are extraordinary people and their magazine is all about these people. They scour the globe to find those with the drive to make a difference, those that inspire and excite, and those that are united with passion.

As part of the threeOclock program and A Girl's Place we are very excited and honoured to be talking with Dumbo Feather.

 

The Details:

6.15pm || Mingle and be inspired by A Girl's Place Exhibition

6.45pm || In Conversation (45 min talk / 15 minute question time)

Ticket Price of $15.00

Includes: Drinks and Nibbles

 

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Jun
1
1:00pm 1:00pm

Lunch and Chat Seminar 3

How do young women speak truth to decision-making men?

It's no secret that male CEOs dramatically outnumber female CEOs. But did you know that in 2015 there were more CEOs named John than women in chief executive roles?

Young women in Australia are told they can grow up to achieve whatever they set their hearts upon, yet nearly 50 years after women started to make inroads into corporate and political life there are still very few women in positions of power anywhere in the world.

Join Plan International Australia Deputy CEO Susanne Legena and Because I am a Girl advocacy and campaigns staff to discuss the current state of power, authority and gender in Australia and around the world. 

Free Talk: with BYO Lunch Box
$15.00: with Tiffin Lunch Box

Eventbrite - Lunch & Chat Seminar 3: How do young women speak truth to decision-making men?

Spaces Limited!

Our Talks: At threeOclock we like to engage in good hearted and robust conversations. These are the conversations that open us up to new ideas, alternate viewpoints and have the potential to impact our behavoir. 

Our lunch time series: are small gathering, intimate conversations where everyone has the opportunity to ask questions and debate the answers. We keep them short and inspired. Most of all we hope to give you a little something to talk about back with your colleagues, back at home or at your next dinner party. 

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Make & Learn Session: Map Making
May
28
11:00am11:00am

Make & Learn Session: Map Making

Make & Learn Session: Map Making with Artist Clare McCracken

Enjoy a creative morning learning to design and make your own creative map of the city from the very talented Clare McCracken.

While you create we will inspire you with conversation and engage your thoughts and ideas.


Our learning facilliator: Holly Crocket, Campaign manager at Plan Australia will use the creative dialogue to talk about feeling safe in urban environments and explore what is required to make young women feel safe.

Guest Speaker: TBC

Eventbrite - A Girl's Place: Make & Learn Session with Clare McCracken

Spaces Limitied

*10.00 material cost / children (under 8) free

A little more about Clare: 

Clare is a mixed media artists who explores place and identity through narrative, images and installations. Clare has installed over 30 public art works along with a collection of permanent works throughout Victoria. Clare's work has been exhibited in both Melbourne and Internationally and is included in private and public collections including the State Library of Victoria.

http://www.mccracken.com.au

 

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May
27
1:00pm 1:00pm

Lunch and Chat Seminar 2

Girls are taught to protect themselves when out in public but who is really responsible for keeping us safe?

From a young age, girls are taught not to go out alone at night, not to draw unwanted attention to themselves, to carry keys in their hands in case they need to fight off an attacker.

Then, in tragic instances where girls and women are harmed, journalists and officials often focus on whether they contributed to their situation by being intoxicated or being out alone in public places like parks.

 So, how responsible are girls for keeping themselves safe? What role do our attitudes towards girls play in their perception of safety and their ability to engage in public life? Do Australian girls have it easier than girls overseas?

Join child and gender rights experts from Plan International Australia to explore these questions and more.

Free Talk: with BYO Lunch Box
$15.00: with Tiffin Lunch Box

Eventbrite - Lunch & Chat Seminar 2: Whose responsible for keeping us safe?

Spaces Limitied

Our Talks: At threeOclock we like to engage in good hearted and robust conversations. These are the conversations that open us up to new ideas, alternate viewpoints and have the potential to impact our behavoir. 

Our lunch time series: are small gathering, intimate conversations where everyone has the opportunity to ask questions and debate the answers. We keep them short and inspired. Most of all we hope to give you a little something to talk about back with your colleagues, back at home or at your next dinner party. 

 

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Make & Learn Session: Felt Brooch Making
May
22
11:00am11:00am

Make & Learn Session: Felt Brooch Making

Felt Brooch Making with Millie Mosca

Enjoy a creative morning learning to design and make your own portable cityscapes or special places and carry on your journeys around the city. 

While you create we will inspire you with conversation and engage your thoughts and ideas.


Our learning facilliator: Holly Crocket, Campaign manager at Plan Australia will use the creative dialogue to talk about feeling safe in urban environments and explore what is required to make young women feel safe.

Please NOTE the date has changed for this event to Sunday May 22nd.

Eventbrite - A Girl's Place: Make & Learn Session with Millie Mosca

Bookings Limited

*10.00 material cost / children (under 8) free

A little more about Millie: 

Millie is a fourth generation textile artist who uses her hands to create beautiful bright and textured crafts.

www.milliemosca.com 

 

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May
20
1:00pm 1:00pm

Lunch and Chat Seminar 1


Guest Speaker: Artists and Academic Clare McCracken

The Topic: What role does art play in our interaction with urban spaces?

Big, small, permanent or ephemeral, commissioned or guerilla, art in public space is increasingly a part of our cities.  This forum combines artists, theorists and urban designers in a discussion followed by a Q&A to interrogate how art shifts our experience of cities. 

Free Talk: with BYO Lunch Box
$15.00: with Tiffin Lunch Box

Eventbrite - A Girl' Place: Lunch & Chat Seminar : The Role of Art & Urban Space

Spaces Limited

Clare McCracken is a mixed-media artist and PhD candidate at RMIT University, and recipient of the prestigious Vice Chancellors scholarship.  In her practice she explores place and identity through narrative, images and installations, and creates works for public space, theatres and galleries. Clare has installed over 30 temporary public artworks across ten municipalities in Melbourne, as well as at Federation Square, 600 Bourke Street and Cockatoo Island in Sydney. 

Clare is the lead artist for the threeOclock Galleries: A Girl's Place Exhibition.

http://www.mccracken.com.au

Our lunch time series: are small gathering, intimate conversations where everyone has the opportunity to ask questions and debate the answers. We keep them short and inspired. Most of all we hope to give you a little something to talk about back with your colleagues, back at home or at your next dinner party. 

Our Talks: At threeOclock we like to engage in good hearted and robust conversations. These conversations open us up to new concepts, alternate viewpoints and have the potential for lasting impact

 

 

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