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Salam Tasmania: Film Screening and Forum


Sat 7 Oct 2017, 3:00pm–6:00pm

Where: Metro Cinemas, Cnr Marine Terrace and Wilmot Streets, Burnie, Burnie Devonport and NW Tas

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Full Price: $12.00
  • Student: $6.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: gracerfl

Salam Tasmania is a cultural exchange program developing new senses of place, involving two groups of young women from Wynyard and Launceston.

Based on a partnership between Big hART and the Women’s Friendship Group, Salam Tasmania aims to create a public space for young Tasmanian women to articulate what they are hopeful for, scared about, dreaming of and working towards.

The workshop series culminates in this screening of the documentary What Tomorrow Brings, exploring the complexity of schooling young women in Afghanistan, followed by a Q&A panel with some of the young women from Salam Tasmania.

The Q&A will be facilitated by Areej Nur, acclaimed radio broadcaster and social justice advocate. Other young women from the project will produce the technical and logistical elements of the event.

Children Under 12 Free. Tickets also available on the door.