This digital event is available to stream on demand from 6.30pm AEST, Wednesday 4 May until 5.00pm AEST, Wednesday 11 May
Jonathan Van Ness needs no introduction. The iconic Queer Eye grooming expert and host of beloved podcast Getting Curious and YouTube series Gay of Thrones is also a best-selling author. Their forthcoming essay collection Love That Story: Observations from a Gorgeously Queer Life is an honest and heartfelt love letter to queer experience and community.
In this Postcards From Abroad digital conversation, JVN joins Wheeler Centre favourite Nevo Zisin online for a discussion that explores the importance of sharing and celebrating everything that makes our stories unique.
This event will be close captioned and Auslan interpreted.
The online bookseller for this event is Hill of Content Bookshop.
This event takes place online and is available on demand from Wednesday 4 May 6.30pm AEST, until Wednesday 11 May 5pm AEST.
To avoid disruption, please ensure you have finished watching by this time. The viewing period cannot be extended for those who did not view the event prior to this time.
After booking, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link that allows you unique access to the event for the available broadcast period.
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Tickets for this digital event are $18 and $12 concession plus a one-off transaction fee of $4 per order, and will allow you to view the conversation on-demand from 6.30pm AEST, Wednesday 4 May until 5.00pm AEST, Wednesday 11 May.
Jonathan Van Ness is an Emmy-nominated television personality, New York Times best-selling author, podcaster, and hairstylist to the stars. He stars on Netflix’s Emmy Award-winning reboot series Queer Eye, and he is the host and executive producer of the Netflix series Getting Curious with Jonatha... Read more
Nevo Zisin (they/them) is a queer, non-binary, Jewish writer, performer, activist and public speaker based in Naarm/Birraranga/Melbourne. They run workshops in schools and professional development training in workplaces around transgender identities. Author of award-winning Finding Nevo (2017), a me... Read more