Festival Program


Brow Talks: Nicky Minus

Sun 8 Sep, 3pm
The Moat

Humans face a situation not known since the end of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago: potential extinction – due to climate change. So what good is making creative work when everything could end? Nicky Minus talks about fighting for a better future through art.

This session is free, no bookings are required. 

Update to previously advertised information: this event now takes place in The Moat.


1 hour


Session Artists

Nicky Minus is currently a recipient of an Australia Council for the Arts grant for their debut graphic novel Capitalism Makes Me Sick, which is set to be published by Brow Books in 2020. They are active within the union movement collaborating on graphics, banners and workshops to support workers.

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