Making Tracks: Canberra is proudly presented by Express Media in collaboration with Ainslie and Gorman Art Centres.
Writer and editor Lauretta Flack leads this year’s Canberra cohort, with special guest artist Zoya Patel joining the program in week 3.
Week 1 | 10am – 12pm | Saturday 7th March | Ainslie Arts Centre
Week 2 | 10am – 12pm | Saturday 14th March | Ainslie Arts Centre
Week 3 | 10am – 12pm | Saturday 28th March | Ainslie Arts Centre
Week 4 | 10am – 12pm | Saturday 4th April | Ainslie Arts Centre
Ainslie Arts Centre, 30 Elouera St, Braddon (between Elder and Donaldson Sts)
Zoya Patel | Guest Artist
Zoya Patel is the author of critically-acclaimed memoir, No Country Woman, essays on race, religion and feminism. She is the Founding Editor of independent feminist journal, Feminartsy, through which she published the work of writers from across Australia and now hosts online courses and the Read Like A Feminist Bookclub. Zoya writes fiction, non-fiction and memoir, and has had her work published in a range of publications including Junkee, Women’s Agenda, i-D.co, Right Now, The Canberra Times and more.
Lauretta Flack | Associate Producer
Lauretta Flack is a writer and editor based in Canberra. They currently edit experimental digital writing for Voiceworks Online. In their work they are particularly interested in queerness and art theory, and especially the intersection of the two. They can be found on twitter at @laur_eater.
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Making Tracks: Canberra is presented by Express Media in partnership with Ainslie and Gorman Art Centres. Making Tracks has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council.