Fanposium

Fanposium is an RMIT event for people of all ages interested in Taylor Swift's popularity and significance. Fanposium will feature an expert panel discussion, fan presentations and a screening of the Miss Americana documentary.

Taylor Swift has emerged as a cultural icon of extraordinary influence. Fanposium will bring together cultural studies scholars, music industry experts and fans to discuss and explore her influence. 

Fanposium is presented in collaboration with Melbourne University's Swiftposium, an academic conference exploring Swift's popularity within the context of gender, fandom, popular culture, literature, the economy, the music industry, and more. 

Fanposium will give voice to Taylor's fans and will also present a screening of the documentary, Miss Americana in one of Melbourne's most breath taking cinemas - RMIT's The Capitol. In this revealing documentary, Taylor Swift embraces her role as a songwriter and performer — and as a woman harnessing the full power of her voice.

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