Events and talks

Adelaide Festival Riverbank Palais Forum: When did culture’s value become a number?
When: Thursday 8 March 2018, 2-3.30 pm
Where: Adelaide Festival Riverbank Palais, Elder Park
Speakers: Airan Berg, Christie Anthony (CED Festivals Adelaide), Julian Meyrick (Professor of Creative Arts, Flinders University) and Jane Gleeson-White

Jane Gleeson-White’s book Six Capitals argues for a different way of understanding value. Christie Anthony is a seasoned arts and festival manager and strong advocate for the crucial role that arts events and experiences contribute to public life. Arian Berg is  creative producer with an international reputation and is Artistic Director of the Festival of Regions (Austria).

Booking: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/when-did-cultures-value-become-a-number-tickets- 43380946579

I’ve given lots of talks around the world at writers’ festivals, academic conferences, schools, lunch and dinner events, and international forums such as the United Nations, the European Union and the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable.

My subjects include economics, accounting, sustainability, the environment, literature from Homer to the 21st century, and writing and editing.

You can contact my speakers’ agent at Speaking Out.

 

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