About this Event
YA and First Nations author Gary Lonesborough talks about growing up queer and Indigenous and how his experiences shaped his books The Boy from the Mish and We Didn't Think It Through. This exciting Q&A provides a unique chance to ask Gary about his creative processes and writing life.
This Q&A session is best suited for young people aged 14+. While young people aged over 12 are not required to have a parent or guardian in attendance, you are welcome to accompany your young person. Each ticket includes entry for one young person and their guardian. You will be emailed with details about where to go for your session prior to the day.Scribblers Family Festival
This workshop is presented through the Scribblers Family Festival The Scribblers Family Festival is a joyous two-day festival, bringing together some of the best children’s and YA creatives from Australia and beyond. It’s packed with storytelling, art, workshops, and creativity galore.
This year the Family Weekend will be held on Saturday the 28th and Sunday the 29th of October in the Cathedral Square Precinct.
Make sure you visit to explore the full program. There's lots of free sessions with your favourite creatives, art activities and craft, as well as a range of paid workshops (like this one) with talented authors and illustrators to inspire young storytellers.
The Scribblers Family Festival is brought to you by Scribblers Festival, an initiative of FORM Building a State of Creativity. FORM is an independent, non-profit cultural organisation that develops and advocates for excellence in creativity and artistic practice in Western Australian communities.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Scribblers Family Festival: City of Perth Library, 573 Hay Street, Perth, Australia