Adelaide Festival // 2 - 18 March 2012

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Learning to Love Your Country : Bruce Pascoe

Adelaide Writers' Week - Monday, March 5 2012


West Stage, 2.30pm

A teacher, farmer, deck hand, the Director of Commonwealth Australian Studies project, editor, publisher and writer, Bruce Pascoe also works in indigenous language retrieval. This prolific writer is the author of short stories, novels and histories, his titles include: Shark, Earth, Ocean, and Convincing Ground. One of Australian literature’s most esteemed voices; join him in conversation with Melissa Lucaschenko as he reflects on writing Aboriginal experiences.



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Pioneer Women`s Memorial Garden


Mon 5 Mar 2.30pm - 3.30pm


60 mins




Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access


Pioneer Women's Memorial Garden
King William Road

Bus stop Z2 travelling from North into Adelaide CBD or stop A2 travelling into the Adelaide CBD from the South.

A short walk from the Adelaide Railway Station.

Tram from Glenelg or Adelaide Entertainment Centre, stop on North Terrace.

Parking: Festival Drive, enter off King William Road

The car park is equipped with a lift and ramps which are accessible from all car park spaces. To pre-book your disability space please call BASS on 131 246. Bookings must be made no later than 12 noon the day before the park is required or by Friday 12 noon for a weekend car park.

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Special Thanks:
Canada Council for the Arts
Copyright Agency Limited, Embassy of Italy
Embassy of Spain, Goethe-Institut,
Independent Arts Foundation, Instituto Cervantes Sydney, New Zealand Book Council, University of South Australia and USA Consulate

This project has been assisted by the Commonwealth Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

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