Farah Beaini is a spoken word poet and writer, interested in exploring stories of identity and belonging in an age of constant movement. Often described as liquid and lyrical, her work is grounded in authenticity and vulnerability, and often tackles difficult conversations within the community. She has regularly written for, featured and performed in events and festivals that celebrate multiculturalism and diversity, including the Melbourne Spoken Word and Poetry Festival and Multicultural Arts Victoria’s Emerge Festival. Through her poems, she invites you to think about the fears that cobweb our lives, what we stand to lose by holding on to them, and what we gain when we let them go.
Sun 26 Aug, 6pm