Festival Program


Caro Llewellyn: Diving Into Glass

Sun 8 Sep, 11.30am
RMIT Kaleide Theatre

Caro Llewellyn has lived myriad creative dreams – from directing major literary events in Sydney and New York to travelling the world. But a 2009 multiple sclerosis diagnosis left her reeling. She talks about her memoir, Diving into Glass, with Robyn Archer.


1 hour

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Session Artists

Robyn Archer is a singer, writer, director and public advocate for the arts. She has released twelve albums, written prolifically for the stage, and has been the artistic director of the Adelaide and Melbourne international arts festivals and of Ten Days on the Island, which she created for Tasmania.

Caro Llewellyn is the author of three previous works of nonfiction. She is the former director of Sydney Writers' Festival, PEN World Voices (NYC) and Festival des Éctivains du Monde (Paris). She is currently a director at Museums Victoria. Diving into Glass is her first work of autobiography.

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