Students from the Dirrum 2022 team
Students from the Dirrum 2022 team

By Rev. Dr Katherine Rainger, Senior Chaplain


Dirrum Festival 2022 is fast approaching, one of the highlights on the Radford Community’s annual calendar.

Students have been working extremely hard to pull together an evening of acclaimed speakers, local food and wonderful music.

Dirrum is a truly inspiring event, and we encourage you to purchase tickets and not to miss out on this year’s festival.

Tickets are available for in person (with mask wearing advised) or for live stream, and are selling fast. Tickets, along with information about the festival, can be found here: https://www.dirrumfestival.org/cbr22.

Dirrum 2022, date and venue

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Dirrum speakers 2022
Dirrum speakers 2022

2022 SPEAKERS (left to right above)

  • Aunty Violet Sheridan – a Ngunnawal Elder who will offer a Welcome to Country
  • Anastasia RadievskaUkrainian-Australian poet and activist
  • Ben Farinazzoadvocate for mental health, veterans, and the healing power of sport
  • Jahzeel Campbellperformance poet and warden of All Saints College
  • Dr Richard Harris, SC, OAM – 2018 Thai Cave diver and rescuer
  • Dr Brad Tucker – Astrophysicist/Cosmologist
  • Thomas Mayor a Kaurareg Aboriginal and Kalkalgal, Erubamle Torres Strait Islander man, advisor for the From the Heart Campaign
  • Professor John Minns academic and refugee rights campaigner
  • Julie Tongs OAM – CEO of Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health and Community Services
  • Janine Hendry – architect, founder of Women’s March4Justice

Also present will be:

Australian Youth Climate Coalition State organisers are attending to talk about their movement
Altina Drinks – Local non-alcoholic drink company
Fairley Good Foods – Local food truck
and live music from local artists
Stewart Barton and The Voice’s Xanthe Campbell.

Dirrum 2022, timetable
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Click to book tickets

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