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The Woman Speaks

The Woman Speaks Artist Aanisa Vylet will share her personal story in order to open an important conversation with other women about their stories. No The Woman Speaks Artist Aanisa Vylet will share her personal story in order to open an important conversation with other women about their stories. 21/10/2017 8:30 PM 21/10/2017 9:30 PM Bankstown Arts Centre, 5 Olympic Parade, Bankstown NSW 2200
The Woman Speaks Art

Saturday 21 October 2017
7.30-9pm

Artist Aanisa Vylet will share her personal story in order to open an important conversation with other women about their stories.

Together with director Dino Dimitriadis from Apocalypse Theatre Company, Aanisa will present the Woman followed by the forum: The Woman Speaks.

The Woman is Aanisa's second play and is a story about her mother. Both liars, both friends and polite feminists migrating to other countries to live the life they imagined for themselves. The Woman takes you on a racy red ride into the freedom women seek in their lives.

Come along for a safe and open discussion to support female artists living in Western Sydney, and enjoy free rose tea and baklava.

Event details

Date and time: Saturday 21 October, 7.30-9​pm
Cost: $5 online, or $10 at the door
Bookings: cb.city/artevents
The event is a women's only event and is suitable for 18 years and up.

L​ocation

Bankstown Arts Centre
5 Olympic Parade
Bankstown NSW 2200
#BAC-Events

More information

This event is part of The Big Anxiety - festival of + art + science + people.

The Big Anxiety brings together artists, scientists and communities to question and re-imagine the state of mental health in the 21st century.

Whether through high-tech interactive environments or one-on-one dialogues, the festival aims to create the rich engagements we need for our collective mental health.

The Big Anxiety is an initiative of UNSW Sydney in association with the Black Dog Institute and over 25 partners in the cultural, education and health sectors.

Image: courtesy of Aanisa Vylet. Image by Helena Nehme.​

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