European prints and drawings : The Fictional Women

Art Gallery of NSW, Art Gallery Road Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

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A persistent theme throughout the exhibition, European prints and drawings, is how the female subject has been portrayed, often by a male artist. In line with this Tara joins us to address the representation and often stereotypical depiction of women throughout history.

6:30pm. Free talk. All welcome.

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About the speaker: Tara Moss is a novelist, TV presenter and journalist. Since 1999 she has written and published ten bestselling novels which have been published in 18 countries. She is a doctoral candidate at the University of Sydney, and her writing has appeared in Australian Literary ReviewThe Sydney Morning Herald,Sun HeraldThe Daily TelegraphThe HooplaDailyLife and more. Her latest acclaimed publication The fictional woman (2014) is a fascinating mix of memoir and social comment and addresses the many labels that she and other women have been forced to wear.

Barbara Jefferis Awards

Sydney, NSW, Australia

Tara will be speaking at the 2014 Barbara Jefferis Awards.

The Barbara Jefferis Award is offered for ‘the best novel written by an Australian author that depicts women and girls in a positive way or otherwise empowers the status of women and girls in society’.

Barbara Jefferis was a feminist, a founding member of the Australian Society of Authors, its first woman President and, in the words of Thomas Keneally, ‘a rare being amongst authors, being both a fine writer but also organisationally gifted. She was a professional and internationally published writer long before most of us dreamed of such things.’

The Award is paid from the Barbara Jefferis Literary Fund, which has been established as a result of a bequest from Barbara Jefferis’s husband, ABC film critic John Hinde, who died in 2006. The Australian Society of Authors is Trustee of the Fund.

 

Bannisters Long Table Lunch with Tara Moss

Bannisters Hotel, 191 Mitchell Parade, Mollymook, NSW, 2539, Australia

Queen of Australian crime novels, and formerly an international model, Tara returns to Rick Stein at Bannisters with her new book The Fictional Woman – #1 best selling non-fiction book about her life, with all it’s controversies and difficulties. Sure to be fascinating!
Three course meal and comp. glass of bubbles, just $85.

Call Ph: 4455 3044 to book.

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