Alice Pung in conversation with
Annette Shun Wah
Saturday, 23 November 2013
In association with Collection+: Sopheap Pich
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation proudly presents
acclaimed writer and journalist
in conversation with
on Saturday, 23 November 2013
2.45 pm for a 3 pm start.
at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
16 – 20 Goodhope Street
Her Father’s Daughter will be available for purchase and signing.
Light refreshments will be served.
RSVP by Thursday, 21 November 2013
02 9331 1112 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Alice Pung is a critically-acclaimed writer, lawyer and journalist born in Australia to Chinese-Cambodian parents. Her first book, Unpolished Gem, won the 2007 Australian Book Industry Newcomer of the Year Award, and has been translated into many languages. Her second book, Her Father’s Daughter, won the 2012 Western Australia Premier’s Literary Awards. She is also the editor of the anthology Growing up Asian in Australia, and writes regularly for the The Monthly magazine, The Good Weekend and Age newspaper.
Annette Shun Wah is a broadcaster, writer, actor and producer. A former contributor to the Sydney Morning Herald, her non-fiction writing has been published in anthologies such as Grandma Magic (edited by Janet Hutchinson), Growing up Asian in Australia (edited by Alice Pung) and Come Away With Me (edited by Sarah MacDonald). Annette is Executive Producer of Performance 4a, a non-profit organisation producing contemporary Asian Australian work for the stage, and advocating on behalf of Australian artists of Asian background, working in performance.