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Sarah Walker at Castlemaine State Festival
10 Apr / 7:00pm
Castlemaine, NSW

Sarah Walker at Castlemaine State Festival

A Celebration of New and Diverse Voices

Join UQP author Sarah Walker at this year's Castlemaine State Festival's keynote panel.

Stories and their creators draw on all manner of inspiration.

Our panel of new and diverse voices will discuss what shapes and informs their storytelling in their preferred genre – whether it be song lyrics, poetry, photography, or short stories.

Join us at Goods Shed Arts with our panel Theo Kwek*, Sarah Walker, Ennis Ćehić, Jean Seizure* with host Cate Kennedy.

*Appearing via video link

Date & Time
Sunday, April 10, 7 pm

Venue
Goods Shed Arts
Castlemaine Goods Shed
21 Kennedy Street
Castlemaine, 3450

Duration
60 mins

This is a Covid safe event. All ticketholders must show proof of vaccination and wear a mask to attend. Bookings essential here.

Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker is a writer, artist and photographer. She makes work about anxiety, control and intimacy in text, video and immersive installation across Australia and internationally. She is a Walkley-nominated essayist and critic, and co-hosted the podcast Contact Mic. She is also one of Australia’s most experienced arts photographers. her most recent book is The First Time I thought I Was Dying, published by UQP. She lives on Wadawurrung country in Geelong, Australia, where she surfs (badly) and gardens (also badly).