Festival Program

Conversations

Creative Couples: Anni & Maude Davey

Sun 2 Sep, 10am
ACMI Cafe + Bar

In this series conceived by Will Huxley celebrating the survival skills of couples working in the arts, twin sisters Anni and Maude Davey discuss their collaborative approach to making art that is always physical, always political, and sometimes familial.

Update to previously advertised information: this event has moved from Deakin Edge to ACMI Cafe + Bar.

This session is free, no bookings are required.

Duration

1 hour

Session code

1901

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Session Artists

Maude Davey is an actor, writer and director with her primary focus being the creation of new work. She's worked a lot in variety and neo-burlesque as well as in film and TV. Highlights include her acclaimed solo show My Life In The Nude on stage, and Summer Heights High on screen.

Jess McGuire is a writer and broadcaster. A former co-host on Triple R’s Breakfasters, she can be found weekly on 774 ABC Melbourne & 720 ABC Perth’s Drive show. She was the editor of pop culture website Defamer Australia and has written for assorted publications including Meanjin, Daily Life, and The Sunday Age. She also featured in the Women of Letters anthology, a collection published by Penguin Australia.

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