State Library of Queensland (SLQ) invites you to make war a distant memory in an afternoon of activism from 2pm–7pm on Saturday 7 November.
Enjoy free live music, poetry, talks and hands-on activities as we dream, listen to and create our hopes for peace during the final days of the Distant Lines: Queensland voices of the First World War exhibition.
Hear from an eclectic troop of artists, academics and political activists on the topics of peace and protest — sung, spoken and shouted at the world.
The music program will kick off with fearlessly independent and genre defying Hussy Hicks, followed by award winning hip hop artist and killer music director Busty Beatz, and conclude with the talented Peter Hunt and members of Kooii.
See what else the Distant Lines exhibition entails by clicking here.