A Conversation with Tea Uglow & Maeve Marsden Loud & Proud

15 Jul 2020

LIVE STREAM on Jul 15th

When: Wed, 15th Jul

Time: 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM


Loud and Proud is an inspirational collection of 50+ empowering speeches from the LGBTQ+ community that have changed our world, and the conversation. Creative Director for Googles Creative Lab Sydney Tea Uglow introduces each speech with a concise bio of the remarkable person who delivered it. Here with Queerstories founder Maeve Marsden, Tea will talk about this essential collection, its journey to the page and its path to come.

Pre-order your copy of the Loud and Proud (out July) with your local Harry Hartog.

About the Speakers

Tea Uglow is Creative Director for Google’s Creative Lab in Sydney. She works with cultural and creative organisations around the world exploring the space between technology and the arts and what can happen when they intersect. An experienced public speaker, Tea’s TedX talk on the contrast between the screen-based world we live in and the organic world we say we love, has been viewed over 1.5m times. In May 2016 she spoke at the Sydney Writers Festival on Doubt as a creative catalyst; during the talk Tea acknowledged that she was transgender and transitioning, the talk was made into a book and is available as a podcast. In May 2018 Tea was celebrated as one of Australia’s #OUT50LGBTQ Leaders by Deloitte.

Maeve Marsden is a writer, director, producer and performer. Her writing has appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald, Guardian Australia, Junkee, SBS Online, ArtsHub and Daily Review, and she recently edited the ABC’s Sydney Mardi Gras 40th Anniversary Magazine. Maeve produces, directs and performs in comedy, cabaret, live music and storytelling, enjoying critically acclaimed seasons at Sydney Festival, the Sydney Opera House, Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Festival Fringe, among others. As a child of same-sex parents, Maeve is passionate about the rights of diverse families, and she writes and speaks on the issue often, appearing in ABC2 documentary Growing Up Gayby and consulting on feature documentary, Gayby Baby. Maeve likes gin, dancing, cheese and TV melodramas with good ethics and bad dialogue.

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