Tara Moss speaks at the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre

Queen Victoria Women's Centre, 210 Lonsdale Street Melbourne, Victoria

Tara Moss will give a public address at the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre for International Women’s Day:

March 7, 6pm sharp

With an emphasis on #MeToo, Speaking Out, and Why Women’s Voices Matter, Tara Moss will address the ongoing, widespread under-representation of women in public life, the power of women’s collective voices and the value of women’s stories and voices. Tara will also focus on the importance of self-care in the age of #MeToo and revelations of abuse, harassment and assault.

Tickets are free but bookings are essential – book online now.


Tara Moss on ‘Labels, Leadership and Why We Need More Women’s Voices’

Bicentennial Park, NSW

The Coleman Greig Women in Business Forum

In March we celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD), and what better way to recognise the achievements of women than to join us at the first major Women in Business lunch for 2018.

‘Press for Progress’ is this year’s IWD theme – an opportunity to reflect on progress, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women.

Our internationally acclaimed keynote speaker Tara Moss will share her insights on women’s representation in media, fiction, politics and public life – addressing the topic of ‘Labels, Leadership and Why We Need More Women’s Voices’.

We will also be showcasing the achievements of Western Sydney women, proudly hosting the Western Sydney University’s Women of the West Awards and announcing the winners at our lunch.

Fundraising on the day will support The Sanctuary – The Hills Women’s Shelter, a NFP organisation providing crisis shelter for women and their children who are fleeing domestic violence.

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Tara Moss: Fashion Words at the Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas

Sherman Gallery

Deep Dive Forum FW: Fashion Words

Journalist and author Caroline Baum curates Fashion Words, a day filled with conversations and talks unpicking the threads of style, inspiration, identity, costume and dress.

Author Tara Moss will share experiences of her modelling career, reveal how corsets have changed her life, and discuss her passion for cosplay and for making retro-inspired clothes.

Vogue India’s Editor-at-Large, Bandana Tewari. Tewari discusses collaborations between Indian traditional artisans and European luxury brands, the flourishing of talent among new generation designers, and more. Psychologist and former editor of Harper’s BAZAAR Alexandra Joel presents an illustrated talk on how fashion has helped shape Australian identity. And award-winning authors Helen Garner, Charlotte Wood and Benjamin Law headline a panel of writers exploring how they clothe their characters, as well as their own fashion triumphs and tribulations.

Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas.

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