Festival Program


Sally Seltmann: Lovesome

Sat 25 Aug, 11.30am
ACMI Studio 1

Is it possible to separate your heart from your art, or are the two irrevocably entwined? Join singer-songwriter and author Sally Seltmann (Lovesome) in conversation with ABC and Eurovision superstar Myf Warhurst about love, the creative process and women who make art.

This session is $22/$19. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 20 July.


1 hour

Session code


Available on Pass




Session Artists

Sally Seltmann is an Australian singer-songwriter and novelist. She has released four critically acclaimed solo albums and is the co-writer of the hit song '1234', performed by Feist. Seltmann previously released her music as New Buffalo. Her first novel Lovesome was published by Allen & Unwin in April 2018.

More sessions like this one


Duets: Jen Cloher & Miss Blanks

Sun 2 Sep, 4pm

Hip-hop artist and activist Miss Blanks talk about dismantling structures with singer-songwriter Jen Cloher.


Creative Couples: Anni & Maude Davey

Sun 2 Sep, 10am
Free Wishlist

Twin sisters Anni and Maude Davey discuss their approach to making art that is physical, political, and familial.


Pretty for an Aboriginal: Set it Alight

Wed 29 Aug, 7pm

Nakkiah Lui and Miranda Tapsell burn down the entertainment industry’s power structures, with Ta-Nehisi Coates and performances by Indigenous musicians.


Samantha Maiden and Sally Rugg speak openly on how their friendship got them through Australia’s marriage equality vote.