Jill Lepore & Damien Cave
Presidential elections are pivotal in US politics and culture, but 2020 has taken this to the next level. In this radically changing landscape, could we be entering a new world order?
Rutger Bregman & Jess Scully
A cynical view sees humanity as bad by nature. But what if we're not selfish, but instead inherently good, hopeful, and kind? Could this understanding change everything? Find out at Antidote.
Jefa Greenaway, Rebecca Huntley & Jessica Irvine
How can we rebuild outdated thinking with fresh perspectives? Advocate for Indigenous-led design, Jefa Greenaway, social researcher, Rebecca Huntley, and one of Australia's most respected economics, Jessica Irvine, offer fresh ideas to reshape our world at Antidote.
Panel hosted by Maeve Marsden
Confessions, obsessions, love, loss and fierce resistance – you never know what will happen next at Sydney's legendary LGBTQI+ storytelling event.
Get creative with plant life and bring a touch of nature to your home with this fun, hands-on and interactive workshop taught by Rachel Gleeson of Ivy Alley nursery at Antidote.
Join Kiley Reid, the Man Booker-shortlished author of 2020's hit bestseller Such a Fun Age, for a wide-ranging discussion of some of the biggest issues of our times at Antidote.
Want a veggie garden but tight on space? Come get your hands dirty with our workshop on growing vegetables, fruit and herbs in balconies, rooftops, and urban environments. at Antidote.
This free workshop at Antidote is a wonderful opportunity to explore Indigenous language with Darug woman Aunty Jacinta Tobin and Gadigal man Joel Davison.
Following in the footsteps of her family matriarchs, textile artist Vita Cochran has been making rag rugs for decades. Discover this brilliant craft designed for a circular economy at Antidote.
Burning with the realities of 2020, artist Cherine Fahd explores the nature of touch and intimacy during COVID-19 through her participatory performance, A Proxy for a Thousand Eyes.
What does it mean to search for and create an authentic sense of identity out of a connection to intimate, personal histories and cultural heritage? Check out this photography exhibition by Nathan Beard at Antidote.