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BFU presents: Now you see it, now you don’t

  Now you see it, now you don’t:  The Value of Temporary Art in Public Space BFU is super excited to present a collaboration with p + a + p, an arts project based in Brisbane that aims to challenge … Continue reading

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Brisbane Free University Radical Reading Group

***PLEASE NOTE: We have decided to postpone the reading group for Wednesday 15th March. We will update the reading list to reflect the changed dates.  We’ll be meeting as usual at the Hope St Cafe next Wednesday (22nd March) at … Continue reading

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BFU Radical Reading Group

Brisbane Free University are hosting our very first Radical Reading Group! The idea is pretty simple: a bunch of folks getting together to think through some big ideas, drink tea, embrace our deeply earnest enthusiasm for critical theory and gooey … Continue reading

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BFU presents: Teach, organise, resist!

When? 6.30pm, Wednesday 18th January 2017 Where?  People’s Park, Boundary Street, West End. **Wet weather contingencies will be updated closer to the event. Keep an eye on this page and the facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/events/1870986119809092/?active_tab=about) for updates. What? A public discussion and panel … Continue reading

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Let the Kids Go: Ending youth detention

Presented by: Sisters Inside, the Cloudland Collective, and Brisbane Free University. When? 7 – 8.30 pm, Wednesday 19th October, 2016. Where? AHEPA Hall, 126-128 Boundary St, West End What?  Thousands rallied around the country following Four Corners’ and Amnesty International reports exposing … Continue reading

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Gendered Landscapes: Imagining feminist cities

When?     6.30pm – 8.30pm, Wednesday 13th July, 2016 Where?    People’s Park, 157 Boundary Street, West End What? This is the second workshop in our winter program, looking at the critical context of global “right to the city” … Continue reading

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Becoming Beautiful: Anarchist Geography and Hope Beyond Hope

When?       6.30pm – 8.30pm, Wednesday 6th July, 2016 Where?      People’s Park, 157 Boundary Street, West End Speakers? Cathy Howlett: Cathy is a Senior Lecturer in the Griffith School of Environment and currently inhabits a space at … Continue reading

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