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"A Touch of Genius"
A BrainFood Author Event
Sunday, 22 July 20182:30-4 PM
284 Glen Eira Road, Elsternwick
$10 per person - Members$15 per person - Non-members
Join author Dvir Abramovich for a talk packed with entertaining stories and anecdotes in which he pays tribute to some of his literary heroes.
With narrative skill, Dvir will discuss his new book A Touch of Genius which celebrates giants such as Nobel Prize Winner S.Y Agnon, the celebrated Amos Oz, the tragic poet Celan, the Israeli Agatha Christie, Israel Prize Winner David Grossman and other luminaries.
Sharing his lifetime joy of reading, Dvir will muse on the nature of writing and take you on an journey through such grand themes as memory, the Holocaust, man’s relationship with God, imagination, family, and suffering.
This will be a brilliant talk, energetically delivered, full of drama and peppered with thoughtful and humorous vignettes, that is not to missed.
proudly sponsored by
with Madonna King
If you are a parent, grandparent, educator, mentor or carer for girls approaching tweens/teens, this event is not to be missed.
Author of the ground-breaking book 'Being 14', Madonna is regarded an expert on tween/teen girls in Australia. She’ll discuss the critical issues we face with girls today such as how much independence do girls need, how to build girls’ self-confidence, the power of friendship groups and an issue that many of us grapple with, how to manage technology, FOMO and social media. Madonna has interviewed 200 14-year-old girls across Australia, talked to school principals, psychologists, CEOs, police, guidance and neuroscientists and will reveal the social, psychological and physical challenges every adolescent girl is facing today.
Join us to get the answers you’re looking for - book your tickets now and together, let’s raise stronger, more resilient girls.
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Lauriston Girls' School
38 Huntingtower Rd, Armadale
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101 Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick
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