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Past Event
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True Selfie

Adelaide Festival of Ideas

17 July

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When

Sat 17 July, 3.30pm - 4.30pm

Where

Bonython Hall, North Terrace, University of Adelaide

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Free but registration is required.

Masks will be mandatory at all sessions

Auslan interpretation generously supported by the Nunn Dimos Foundation

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Wheelchair Accessible Venue

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Social media has fundamentally reshaped the way many of us engage with our friends, our communities, and our world. But it also affects how we view ourselves, from the way an Instagram filter frames our face, to the carefully curated versions of our lives we share online. It allows us to speak our truths, while unleashing torrents of abuse; we are censored, but also left exposed. How can we reconcile these contradictions, and find a way to be ~very online~, without sacrificing our health, happiness and agency? In collaboration with the Fay Gale Centre for Research on Gender and Robinson Research Institute.

Speakers include: Taryn Brumfitt, Clementine Ford, Prof Megan Warin and Cambrey Payne. MC Tory Shepherd.

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Cambrey Payne

Clementine Ford

Prof Megan Warin

Taryn Brumfitt

Tory Shepherd