Presented by Office of the Children’s Commissioner – Northern Territory
Hearing what children and young people have to say isn’t just a token gesture, it’s a right. This installation is intended to challenge stereotypes and further understanding, providing an opportunity for participants to connect with people they might not otherwise encounter.
Enter Darwin Live Space and you’re entering a human library. Just like any normal library, books will be available to borrow, engage with and learn from. Except the books in this instance will be human; the stories young people and children from around the Northern Territory, each with a unique personal experience or perspective that they will generously share with listeners.
A Sporting Chance on Film: Indian Horse
Mon 19 AugBuy Tickets
A young Canadian First Nations boy survives the Indian residential school system to become a star ice hockey player.
Words & Ideas
It’s Festival Season
Wed 14 AugBook Tickets
Join a lively conversation about festival time in the Territory.
Fri 23 - Sun 25 AugBuy Tickets
A one-woman two-hander about the inevitability of human/robot love in a not-so-distant future.