28 – 30 June 2007 – CONFERENCE
Anyone want to go to the Asian Australian Identities 2 Conference as audience (paper submission deadline closed) – speaker line up includes Khoa Do, William Yang, Tony Ayeres and much more!
Early bird rates close 25 April COB. Good one day rates for concession only $77. To register visit www.asianaustralianstudies.org
Please contact indigo if you think you might like to go or meet up during this time.
Thurdsay 28th June
AVI and ICASN members and partners based in Melbourne or visiting the area are also welcome to a casual meet up dinner.
VIC ICASN Socials – Regular
For teens you can also participate in the ICATZ network – an offshoot of ICASN for teens by emailing the teen leader Angela at: email@example.com
PHOTOGRAPHY by Mandy Everton: 16th Feb to 17th March 2007
Mandy Everton here… Vietnamese adoptee living in Melbourne. Thought I’d let you know of a photography exhibition thats about to be in Brisbane that you or other interested people in Brissy (like IAFQ members) might be interested in seeing.
My sister Samantha Everton is a digital photography artist and last year won Australian Fifth Leica Documentary Photographer of the Year award. Her series of photos were in intercountry adoption and capture the images of a family living here in Melbourne who have a Chinese adopted daughter.
Details of exhibition:
The fifth Leica CCP Documentary Photography Award Winner Samantha Everton with her Intercountry adoption series. Logan Art Gallery (Located on the corner of Wembley Road and Jacaranda Avenue, Logan Central).
The Outstanding Play
Script by adopted Vietnamese and playwright Dominic Golding is now available.
Based on an adopted Vietnamese’s journey to Vietnam. Get a copy of: media_shrimp_singlepage.pdf (197 KB)
Review from the Age: www.melbournestage.com.au/ms1/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=681
and from Vibewire: www.vibewire.net/2/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=10488&Itemid=69
NOTE: that Dominic Golding is now in Vietnam – if you would like to contact him while you are travelling there email:
General Asia Related Events
For general non-adoptee but exciting events relating to Asia and Asia Australia please visit Asialink’s website www.asialink.unimelb.edu.au or email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Asialink on (03) 8344 4800 to find out how to become a member and receive their events mailing list.