Clear Spot Club is a place for WORKSHOPS AND IDEAS.
Founded in Sydney in 2016, Clear Spot aims to get experts from different fields discussing the day to day, the ordinary: issues at work, broken hearts, anxiety, sex and much more.
From philosophers to economists and musicians to film theorists, Clear Spot speakers will explore mainstream and alternative ideas, offer straight and contrarian advice, and hopefully rouse punters. Oh, there will also be dance classes. And news!
The club is an incorporated not-for-profit founded by Jackie Dent, a journalist, curator and communications expert with over 20 years of diverse experience with a range of mainstream organisations. She has reported for the Sydney Morning Herald, SBS and Monocle, amongst many other media outlets. She curated talks for the Ethics Centre and Tedx Sydney. She also served as a spokesperson for the United Nations in Afghanistan, Pakistan and South Sudan. Her video work has appeared in group shows and her experimental journalism was also included in Critical Practices Inc's LEF(t) publication in the 2014 Whitney Biennial. She has organised fundraisers for the not-for profit Skateistan, advised consumer advocacy group CHOICE and written about how you don't need to wear white gloves when reading old manuscripts.
You can read more about Jackie here.
Other committee members include:
Jo Dunlop, a creative communicator with an interest in documentary storytelling, photography and diseases of poverty. She is also the creator of Freetown Fashpack, a website and ABC TV series about street fashion in Sierra Leone.
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