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    DV Prevention Month: USYD & DVNSW Film Screening of 'Blaze'

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    A Community Film Screening of ‘Blaze’

    Domestic Violence Prevention Month

    As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, The University of Sydney and Domestic Violence NSW invite you to a special community film screening of ‘Blaze’ directed by Archibald prize winning artist Del Kathryn Barton, followed by light refreshments.

    Blaze’ is a feature film that uses Barton’s distinctive style to explore how creativity can be a source of healing for children victim-survivors exposed to violence. The screening will be followed by a recorded conversation with the film’s director – allowing us to unpack some of the advocacy within the film.

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    • When: Friday 24 May
    • Time: 5.15PM – 7.30PM (Screening commences 5.30PM)
    • Where: Eastern Avenue Building, Lecture Theatre 315, Camperdown Campus

    Please note that this screening and discussions will cover sensitive topics. Support will be made available at this event.

    Should you have any questions or require further registration assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact the Diversity and Inclusion team at: diversity.inclusion@sydney.edu.au.

    This event is co-hosted by the Safer Communities Office, Student Life, Diversity and Inclusion, and NSW's peak body for specialist domestic and family violence services, Domestic Violence NSW.


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