Wollongong City Council's The Creative Dialogues Program presents Two Tacos and a Top Hat, a public arts and culture series featuring live conversations about art and creativity with celebrated artists who have a connection to the Illawarra.
Hosted by local writer and Wollongong Writers Festival founder Chloe Higgins, the series welcomes a new artist to The Little Prince each month for tacos and insights into their creative routines and careers, and a top hat is passed around for audience questions.
Join us on July 10, 2018 at 7pm for a live conversation with cultural activist Jenny Briscoe-Hough. Jenny is General Manager of Our Community Project in Port Kembla and Director and General Manager of Tender Funerals. She brings a community development perspective to all her projects and has a strong commitment to assisting community to be able to support themselves. https://www.ourcommunityproject.org.au/ http://tenderfunerals.org/
Attendance is free. Food and beverages available for purchase at the venue. This is an over-18s event.
Supported by Wollongong City Council’s The Creative Dialogues Program, The South Coast Writers Centre, The Little Prince, Yours and Owls and Wollongong Writers Festival.