Y Connect : Celebrating the voices of women with disabilities
About this Event
As Y Connect comes to the end of it’s current funding in Adelaide, we celebrate 3 years of the project with a final evening of connection, networking and conversations.
Join us for a panel on the topic of ‘Public Speaking with Impact’. Facilitated by previous Project Officer Belle Owen this panel will feature women with disabilities that have a story, tips or advice to share on promoting yourself, your story or your work through public speaking.
Full panel and bios to be released soon. Panel members include:
Kylie Maslen – a writer, critic and the author of Show Me Where It Hurts: Living with Invisible Illness. Her work has appeared in the Guardian, Meanjin, Kill Your Darlings, Adelaide Review, Crikey and Junkee, among other outlets. In 2018 she was the recipient of the Kill Your Darlings New Critics Award, and her essay ‘I’m Trying to Tell You I’m Not Okay’ was longlisted for the Lifted Brow & RMIT non/fictionLab Prize for Experimental Non-fiction. She lives in Adelaide on Kaurna Country.
Tracey Gibb – a Maven Advisor and disability advocate. Tracey developed her own system of communication using eye movement and an alphabet chart and is considered an expert in complex communication systems and strategies.
Details of the event:
Thursday 26th November from 5.30-7.30pm at In Studio + Cafe 268 Pirie Street.
This event is for women with disabilities and their supporters/allies.
This is an in person event and will be conducted in a Covid safe manner. Numbers are limited so registrations are essential.
Light evening nibbles provided.
Accessibility of the event
In Studio + Cafe is a wheelchair accessible venue. There is an accessible bathroom on site and loading parks and street parking along Pirie Street in front of the venue. Bus routes run along nearby Grenfell Street. Please get in contact if you need assistance finding a public transport line to the venue.
This event will be live captioned.
If you have other accessibility needs please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0437 650 946 or provide details in your ticket registration. We will do our best to meet all access needs.