Future Events: Other talks, lectures, book launches, forums, conferences etc.
Gleebooks – Book Launches & Literary Events – Join leading Australian and international authors, thinkers, and speakers in an engaging discussion of their work upstairs at our main Glebe store, with larger events at other venues. When: Refer to calendar of events. Where: All launches & events are held Upstairs @ 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe, Sydney, unless otherwise stated. Cost: Refer to Upcoming Events page. Bookings are essential: Tel (02) 9660 2333; email: email@example.com or use the booking links on the website.
Everything Political – This calendar lists all events of political interest in Sydney, both on and off campus and hosted by Sydney Democracy Network (SDN), the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the University of Sydney or other Sydney organisations. To list an event in next month’s newsletter, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can subscribe to SDN’s newsletter here.
Politics in the Pub – The convenors of this free weekly forum “characterise ourselves as ‘left’ and ‘democratic’ who have established a left politico cultural focus in Sydney to promote cross fertilisation and discussion”. Access full program here. When: 6.30pm to 8.15pm on Thursdays. Where: Harold Park Hotel, corner Wigram Rd & Ross St, Glebe NSW 2037. Inquiries: (02) 9660 4745.
Sydney Ideas – Sydney Ideas is the University of Sydney’s “premier public lecture series program that aims to bring some of Sydney’s, Australia’s and the world’s, leading thinkers to the wider Sydney community”.
Sydney Talks – Sydney Talks is an “independent guide telling you where to find the most interesting public talks and debates in Sydney. We feature events across a number of topics, including politics, science, history and the Arts”.
Past Events – Video and audio recordings
SlowTV – A “free internet TV channel delivering interviews, debates, conversations and public lectures about Australia’s key political, social and cultural issues. It’s a new format for the delivery of new ideas.”