All About Women

Date(s) - 7 Mar 2021
10:30 AM - 8:15 PM

Sydney Opera House Drama Theatre

This year, eight sessions of All About Women at the Sydney Opera House will be live captioned.

To book tickets for the captioning allocation, please email or phone (02) 9250 7777.  All tickets are $33 each.  15% off the total if you buy three or more sessions.   On sale now.  Please note that Live Captioning has an allocation per session.

The below sessions are Open Captioned and have an allocation of seats in the venue.

Life: A Survival Guide, Drama Theatre, 7 March 2021, 11:45am
Life is messy – especially during a pandemic. How do we survive? Our expert panelists are here to help us build a toolbox for mental wellbeing and a stronger, calmer life.
Sex Work & Feminism, Drama Theatre, 7 March 2021, 2:15pm
Sex workers are tired of being spoken for. You’re invited to listen to these voices from the sex worker community and consider why feminism needs to develop a more nuanced view of the oldest profession.
How Smart is Artificial Intelligence? Drama Theatre, 7 March 2021, 4:45pm
Artificial Intelligence systems are trained to represent, interpret and codify human beings. But does the process of classification itself carry implicit bias? And in a data-driven age, what does this mean for the future?
Flex’s Semi-Factual History Lessons, Drama Theatre, 7 March 2021, 7:15pm
Enrol in the School of Semi-Factual History. Your host, the social media star, TV presenter and DJ, FlexMami, delivers unbelieveable stories you never learnt at school. No textbook necessary.

The below sessions have livestreaming ticket options available which will be captioned.

Men Who Hate Women, Joan Sutherland Theatre, 7 March 2021, 10:30am. Online trolls aren’t just playing around. When the Everyday Sexism founder, Laura Bates, became their target, she went deep into investigating the proliferation of extremist online communities that are radicalising boys and men with deadly consequences.
White Feminism, Joan Sutherland Theatre, 7 March 2021, 1:00pm
White feminism is an ideology that seeks individual power over community wellbeing. Join author Koa Beck for a look at the racism embedded in much of the movement’s history, and learn how we can all make feminism truly inclusive.
The Soul of a Woman Joan Sutherland Theatre, 7 March 2021, 3:30pm
Join Isabel Allende, prolific writer and lifelong feminist, as she maps the movement across continents, cultures, and centuries. What incredible things have we achieved, and what must we keep fighting for?
More Than a Woman, Joan Sutherland Theatre, 7 March 2021, 6pm
Ten years since Caitlin Moran’s blockbuster memoir How To Be A Woman, she’s juggling ageing parents, teenage daughters, and a bigger bum. How is one of our best-loved feminists finding her forties?


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