Vintage lover Tara Moss, who promotes sustainable vintage style, sewing and mending on her show Sewing Vintage With Tara Moss, will appear at the Ballarat Heritage Weekend to talk about 1950s vintage fashion. More info:
The Henry Lawson Festival Committee would like to welcome Tara Moss as the 2017 Henry Lawson Festival of Arts Official Guest. The festival runs from June 9 – 11.
Date: 27 Jun 2017
Adelaide Convention Centre, Panorama Room
Adelaide, South Australia 5000
Mobile-ising Women in Business, a successful conference series empowering women entrepreneurs will return to Adelaide for the second time on Tuesday, June 27.
The growth of technology and all it enables is proving to move exponentially faster than predicted, mostly driven by consumer behaviour. The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Business SA through Biz Better Together are here to deliver Australian business owners the information and tools to be forerunners in their fields of expertise.
During the day we will hear from global influencers and thinkers, experts and people at the forefront of change, who are focussed on the rapid growth of technology and the disruption it brings to businesses, workplaces, individuals and diverse industries.
We will explore the digital innovation frontline as we look at those industries leading the way dynamic evolving workplaces and practices. We will delve into artificial intelligence, augmented reality, robotics and human development, as well as looking at female leadership and entrepreneurship.
Confirmed speakers so far:
Author, presenter and documentary maker Tara Moss will explore women’s representation in media, fiction, politics and public life, and explain how to speak out and why it matters. Tara is the author of “Speaking Out: A 21st Century Handbook for Women and Girls” and a recipient of the Edna Ryan Grand Stirrer Award for inciting others to challenge the status quo.
Author, company founder and ethics advocate Dr. Catherine Ball works on global projects involving robotics, drones, new technology and environmental protection. She will discuss the impact of technologies such as driverless cars and the Internet of Things on economic, social, and political change.
Women in Media is delighted to present author, journalist and anti-cyberbullying campaigner Tara Moss at the National Press Club speaking on “Cyberhate and Beyond”. Book now!