You're invited to experience a special night, a Night that Changed the World at the Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders St, Melbourne, on Thursday 7 June 2018 from 6pm to 11pm (adult 16 plus). Grab your tickets HERE which are $15, but if you're on a concession, its FREE. Women from all walks of life will gather and speak, with a common goal to shake up the world and make the changes. These movers and shakers will speak about their personal experiences of transformation.
Top - Manita Ray, L-R Loretta Bolotin & Grace Dlabik
Others will also gather at the museum to solve real-life problems and make a difference. How does a woman's museum change the world? Find out from the women who can give you the answers. Simultaneously, it's apt that the new Mahatma Gandhi's An Immigration Story exhibition is on, as it reflects transformations he went through. The Barangaroo Ngangamay Exhibition is also on display and both exhibitions are included in museum entry fees. For details and information about the speakers and all involved, check the website and Facebook Event Page. Come along and enjoy a night ignited by the power of change, coffee and chai.