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All About Women Digital Education Stream Term 1

March 2023

Connect students to remarkable thinkers from the All About Women festival, a vibrant forum for discussions of gender, justice and equality.

In your classroom.


Term 1, 2023

Bookings open soon for this event

This digital program will be available on demand. Watch at any time, from the comfort of your classroom.


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On demand talks from the All About Women festival

Join us in Term 1 for exclusive streams from All About Women - our talks and ideas annual festival that celebrates International Women's Day. These enlightening conversations will explore gender equality and justice and are supplemented with educational resources. Previous talks have explored topics including equality, race, climate change, disability and intersectionality, Blak matriarchies, the economy, sex work, parenting, representation in the media, science and tech industries, justice, ageing, beauty, sexuality, sobriety, cinema, and alternative feminist utopias.

For the eleventh year running All About Women, an annual festival that marks International Women's Day and celebrates extraordinary artists and thinkers, takes place in March 2023. All About Women is a vibrant day of stimulating debate about the big ideas important to women, non-binary people and their allies. All About Women invites audiences to gather and reflect on burning questions about gender, equality, and justice.

Each year we select three of these talks which we think will resonate with high school audiences, such as climate change, artificial intelligence and women in STEM, for your class to watch online for free. We supplement the talks with educational resources to aid your classroom learning!

Presented by Sydney Opera House

Teacher's Resource Pack

Our resources are packed with practical, creative activities that will add to your students’ experience. 

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Society and Culture
Elective History
Legal Studies
Science and Technology

Resources for teachers

Our Creative Learning program uses the site and building of the Sydney Opera House as a catalyst for learning about science, technology, engineering, arts, architecture and maths - transforming the way we understand STEM subjects and ideas through the creative and performing arts.

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