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2018 Storyology

Location: Brisbane , Queensland (Palace Barracks Theatre – Brisbane, 61 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane City) Event Dates:   27 July 2018 - 28 July 2018

Event Time: 6:00 PM - 4:00 PM Organisation: The Walkley Foundation Contact Name: Kate Prendergast Contact Phone: (02) 9333 0963 Contact Email: kate.prendergast@walkleys.com Cost: From $30 for individual sessions | $95 full day pass Posted: 21 May 2018

2018 Storyology

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Storyology, the Walkley Foundation’s journalism festival, takes you behind the true stories that shape our world. This year, panels featuring some of Australia’s best journalists (hailing from the Guardian, Seven, BuzzFeed and more) will delve into the headlines to figure out what great journalism looks like, how it’s made, and why – more than ever – we need it. Topics include true crime, the #MeToo movement, books, media literacy and photojournalism.

If you care about truth, wonder about the future or just love a good yarn, Storyology is the festival for you. 

Explore the program in brief below, or view it in full on our website.

Tickets are on sale now.

Cost: Individual sessions from $30 | Full Saturday pass: $95
Discounts available for MEAA members and students

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STORYOLOGY SESSIONS

Opening Night: Friday July 27

This book changed my life
6:00-7:30pm

Fiction and nonfiction storytellers talk about the books that changed their lives.
Speakers: Trent Dalton, Peter Greste, Melissa Lucashenko
Moderator: Adam Suckling

Full Day: Saturday July 28

Saturday morning with the papers
10:30-11:30am

Why do journalists cover the stories they do, the way they do? A peek behind the curtain from Guardian Australia, BuzzFeed, Seven and the Courier Mail.
Speakers: Paula Doneman, Sean Leahy, Mark Schoofs, Lenore Taylor
Moderator: Danielle Cronin

Shooting the storm
12:00-1:00pm

Sydney Morning Herald chief photographer Nick Moir does show and tell with some of his favourite dramatic weather shots, from fire to flood.
Speaker: Nick Moir

Power shifts: Identity, diversity, #MeToo
1:30-2:30pm

What does it take to effect change on a massive scale, and who’s leading the way?
Speakers: Catherine Fox, Rachel Hancock, Bri Lee
Moderator: Cathie Schnitzerling

Killer stories
3:00-4:00pm

Exploring why true crime stories are so compelling, and why podcasts seem particularly suited to the genre.
Speakers: Hedley Thomas, Rachael Brown, Matt Condon


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Event Category: Communities | Education | General | Innovation | Leadership

Event Type: Forum

Enquiries: Contact Phone (02) 9333 0963


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