Sat 2 Dec 2023

Love and Rage is a series of talks, panels, lectures, and workshops agitating for a better tomorrow, today. Taking place on Saturday December 2, the panels bring together leading First Nations thinkers and activists with Palestinian rights advocates, perspectives from the broad left and trade union movement, as well as small press and radical journal publishers.

Punctuated by performance poetry and music, a workshop in feral business, a deep dive into basic income and reflections on how we can move through precarious times, Love and Rage unpacks the end of empire and the bin-fire that is neoliberal capitalism.

Find the full program of events here.

Love and Rage is operating this event on a pay-as-you-feel basis. All money raised through ticket sales will be equally distributed to Pay the Rent and the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network. The event organisers ask that you please only reserve tickets if you intend on coming along as spaces are strictly limited. 

Love and Rage is curated and produced by Tarneen Onus-Browne, Mel Tan, Lucie Loy, Daniel Lopez and Dario Vacirca for the Nicholas Building Association.