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KERRY O'BRIEN - Presented by Griffith University and HOTA

KERRY O'BRIEN - Presented by Griffith University and HOTA

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A better future for all; The Power of Culture – Kerry O’Brien in conversation with Rhoda Roberts AO and Wesley Enoch AM.

In partnership with Griffith University, HOTA presents a series of critical conversations focusing on unlocking knowledge from influential thinkers and leaders.

Helmed by master broadcaster and journalist Kerry O’Brien, the series will feature intimate conversations with key thought-leaders, and people with a focus on solutions and engagement. At the heart of these conversations is a commitment to understanding the intersection of ideas and actions affecting our daily lives.

These dialogues aim to provide a much-needed forum for robust and unfettered discussion about where we are, and how we are responding to one of this century’s greatest challenges.

About the artist

Kerry O’Brien is a prominent Australian journalist and author whose long career includes 28 years as a national current affairs television presenter and interviewer.

    Presented byGriffith University and HOTA, Home of the Arts with support from BLEACH*
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    HOTA Lakeside Room

    HOTA, 135 Bundall RoadSurfers Paradise QLD 4217

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