Whet your literary appetite and discover all that’s on offer as part of the City of Onkaparinga’s South Australian Readers’ and Writers’ Festival.
Flinders is delighted to be part of the Festival celebrating writing as a valuable form of cultural expression and also paying homage to the reader and the importance of reading. Ms Gill Troup, the University’s Vice President (Strategy and Community Engagement), will be speaking at the opening of the Festival on Friday 25 October in Port Noarlunga.
On campus on Sunday October 27, What’s Yours is Mine: Does the Idea of Intellectual Property Really Protect Authors These Days?, facilitated by Dr Steve Evans, Head of English and Creative Writing at Flinders, will tackle the ins and outs of IP, including stories about some of the more notable rip-offs. The session covers the uncertainty about how to safeguard artistic ideas or make good use of work by others.
It will be held from 3pm to 4pm in the Flinders Science Innovation Learning Centre (SILC) building.
For details and to register for other events, go here.