Brisbane Powerhouse. July 23 2017

Clementine Ford

Clem will attend the Babywearing Collective’s inaugural conference, ‘Wear All The Babies’, as a keynote speaker on 23rd July, 2017, at the Brisbane Powerhouse. She will bring her penetrating wit and her no-nonsense insight to a program centred on social justice and inclusivity, and positively bursting at the seams!

Don’t miss your chance to see Clementine Ford’s keynote session, ‘Adventures in Babywearing’!

Tickets now at an introductory price of $20!

The Babywearing Collective acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the rich and diverse Indigenous Nations across Australia, from where our members come and from where we live and work. We pay our respect to Elders past and present, and we value Indigenous perspectives in everything we do.

Event Details
Date:
July 23 2017

Venue:
Brisbane Powerhouse

Tickets:

Clementine Ford - 'Adventures in Babywearing'

Selecting this option allows you to attend Clementine Ford’s Keynote session at ‘Wear All The Babies’, hosted by the Australian Babywearing Collective.

This session will commence at 9:30am, on Sunday 23rd July, 2017, and will be hosted in the Visy Theatre at the Brisbane Powerhouse.

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Venue

ACCESSIBILITY

There is a drop off area in the Brisbane Powerhouse car park with level access to the Stores Building and lift access to the main building. All levels of Brisbane Powerhouse are accessible by lift. If you need any assistance, please approach one of the friendly staff.

PARKING

Designated parking spaces are available for patrons with special needs. A lift operates from the Stores Building (car park level) to the Powerhouse Plaza where the main entrance to the Brisbane Powerhouse is located. For patrons who require assistance travelling from our car park to the theatres, Brisbane Powerhouse can make arrangements to accommodate your needs with 24 hours advance notice. A wheelchair can also be made available on request whilst the patron is visiting Brisbane Powerhouse.

ASSISTED LISTENING DEVICES (HEARING LOOP)

Please notify The Collective at the time of booking should you require a Hearing Loop. The hearing loop has an earpiece that sits over your ear and may be used without a hearing aid. Please contact The Collective if you require an AUSLAN Interpreter.

TOILETS

Wheelchair accessible toilets are located on all levels.

EATERIES

Brisbane Powerhouse has two eateries on site. Bar Alto is an award winning Italian restaurant located on Level 1 of the Powerhouse. It’s opening hours are 9.30am - late, Tuesday through Sunday. For further information on Bar Alto including its menu, please head to their website or contact them: Ph: 61 7 3358 1063 Email: info@baralto.com.au

WATT restaurant is located underneath the Powerhouse and is situated on the river. WATT brings the outdoors in, with sun-drenched dining areas and outdoor seating. The new bar has become a star attraction offering craft beers, edgy cocktails and informal dining options. For further information on WATT restaurant including its menu, please head to their website or contact them: Ph: 61 7 3358 5464 Email: enquiries@wattrestaurant.com.au

Clementine Ford

Clementine Ford

Clementine Ford is a feminist writer, social commentator and public speaker based in Melbourne, Australia. She recently published her first book entitled ‘Fight Like A Girl’, the concept of which she describes as ‘testament to how strong women are and how vigorously we fight just to exist day to day, with all of the violence that is enacted against us’.

Clementine began using babywearing as a parenting tool not long into her parenting journey, and has discovered its many benefits whilst travelling the country with her work, enabling her to keep her child close as she does so. She is excited to participate in the Conference to share her views on feminism and parenting.

Clementine has a regular column with Fairfax Media’s publication ‘Daily Life’. Her articles range from topics such as politics, sport, and social media, all written from a strong feminist perspective. She focuses on highlighting the inequality of girls and women, and is unrelenting in her demands that the world do better.