QPAC’s Drawn Together invites people all over Queensland to share morning tea with friends and family, young and old, celebrating the powerful relationships that exist across generations. From the comfort of your own home, join our morning tea as our guests discuss the big, complicated and fun issues of our times.
Hosted by QPAC Scholar in Residence Professor Judith McLean, this free online event marks the commencement of Queensland Seniors Week 2020 and includes performances from some of Queensland’s most outstanding artists – western classical and traditional Asian fusion ensemble JADE New World Collective, Babushka Cabaret, the Brat Pack Tappers, Cairns indie-folk artist Greta Stanley and Townsville musical theatre performer Sarah Murr.
Gather for morning tea at home as our own morning tea guests – Dame Quentin Bryce, Aunty Colleen Wall, Creative Director of Briefs Factory Fez Fa’anana and internationally renowned didgeridoo performer and pianist David Williams – discuss ideas of happiness, heritage, the value of the arts in a community and for individuals, and those things that can make all of us a little bit wicked.
Special messages will be delivered by QPAC Chief Executive John Kotzas, COTA Queensland Chief Executive Mark Tucker-Evans, and the Hon Minister Coralee O’Rourke during the event.