What Can the Diary Offer (in Troubled Times)?

Join the non/fictionLab for its monthly series of public online forums: How the Future Looks Now. The series brings together writers and other creative artists, industry leaders and academics, to discuss how the future looks now for our artforms, industries and communities.

What Can the Diary Offer (in Troubled Times)?  

This panel showcases innovations in diary-keeping practices and asks how these help us to embrace unprecedented events and reimagine uncertain futures. Convened by Kim Munro, Peta Murray and Stayci Taylor with guest panellists of many diarological persuasions: Sophie Cunningham, Sheah Sutton and Jane Mullett.  

 

Presented in association with Symphony of Awkward. 

The non/fictionLab is supported by Writing and Publishing at RMIT.

 

Image credit: Peta Murray

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