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Women's Adventure Film Tour Vol. 2 Launceston

The WOMEN'S ADVENTURE FILM TOUR is coming back in 2018! Following the success of the inaugural tour as part of Women's Health Week 2017, the Women's Adventure Film Tour is returning with an all new set of short films celebrating the inspiring women in adventure. This film festival is a celebration of the fantastic women around us who are doing extraordinary things. Join us for a series of inspiring short films with a focus on adventure, the environment and heart warming stories. The Women's Adventure Film Tour is presented in partnership with She Went Wild - a hub for all things adventure. Through content and events She Went Wild aim's to inspire and empower women to get into the outdoors and live an adventurous life.

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Women's Adventure Film Tour Volume Two Hobart

The WOMEN'S ADVENTURE FILM TOUR is coming back in 2018! Following the success of the inaugural tour as part of Women's Health Week 2017, the Women's Adventure Film Tour is returning with an all new set of short films celebrating the inspiring women in adventure. This film festival is a celebration of the fantastic women around us who are doing extraordinary things. Join us for a series of inspiring short films with a focus on adventure, the environment and heart warming stories. The Women's Adventure Film Tour is presented in partnership with She Went Wild - a hub for all things adventure. Through content and events She Went Wild aim's to inspire and empower women to get into the outdoors and live an adventurous life. This screening will include an intermission for drinks service. Follow our Facebook page for more updates: www.facebook.com/womensadventurefilmtour

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Women's Health Week Bike Ride

It’s women’s health week and we’re celebrating with a social bike ride for women of all ages and abilities. Running through the northern suburbs, we’re leaving at 12:30pm at Brooke Street Pier, heading out to Granton before returning to the city. The easy-paced 40km ride will take the Intercity Cycleway for most of the route and will use on-road bike lanes past Claremont. It doesn’t matter what sort of bike you have, come along for all or part of the ride, which we’ll be riding at about 15–20km/h. Women’s Health Week is organised every year by the Jean Hailes Foundation, a national organisation that provides women with health information, resources and care to help them manage their health and well-being. Riding a bike for transport or fun is an easy way to get the 30-60 minutes of daily exercise everyone needs to be healthy. To register for the free ride, visit the website. The first 20 women to return to Brooke Street receive a Women’s Health Week showbag.

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ZERO

‘Zero is the beginning.’ Major artworks from the ZERO movement, shown together in Australia for the first time. These artists dreamed of an exhibition on the moon. Perhaps Tassie is as close (or far) as they are going to get. 9 June 2018–22 April 2019

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Image: Dark Mofo. Credit: Alastair Bett

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