Melbourne Conversations - City of Melbourne 

Getting Melbourne talking
Melbourne Conversations is the City of Melbourne long-standing series of free talks on current issues facing Melbourne. Public discussions are led by acclaimed local, national and international speakers engaging in challenging ideas, disruptions and issues impacting Melbourne and the wider community around culture, creativity, liveability, and sustainability. 

As Creative Producer I developed a range of conversations over 6 years , engaging a variety of experts from diverse cultural, industry and community backgrounds to discuss with the community important challenges and new ideas.

Some of the industry partners and experts were from the Victorian Government, Wheeler Centre, Melbourne Museum, State Library of Victoria, Club Melbourne, Melbourne Museum, Hub Melbourne, Committee for Melbourne, Henley Club, Veski, Grattan Institute, Melbourne Conference and Exhibition Centre, all nine universities in greater Melbourne, Pausefest and the Guardian and the Conversation media companies.

Some of my highlights are below:

Toff Talks: Sampling, Remixing! How much of someone else's sound can you really use? 

Panelists: 
Kirsty Rivers - National Manager, Writer Services APRA|AMCOS
Julian Hewitt - Media Arts Lawyer
DJ Phil Ransom
Ben Birchall - Presenter Triple R Breakfaster

Toff in Town series: A series of conversations held at the Toff in Town focused on Melbourne’s creative community. Some topics covered were SLAM: Save Live Australian Music in the City, the Future of Zines, and the North v.s South: Melbourne Divide.

60,000+ Years of Innovation 

Unique insights from leading indigenous intellectuals on Aboriginal approaches to circular knowledge across a diverse variety of sectors. 

Delivered in partnership with the Wheeler Centre and Kalinya Communications.

Making democracy work better for you a key forum as part of the City of Melbourne community engagement program to develop its Future Melbourne 2026 Strategy and Goals. 



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