Melbourne Arts Community Marriage Equality Calling Party

Calling all members of the Melbourne arts community and friends! The Equality Campaign is hosting a Grand Final morning Marriage Equality calling party at The Wheeler Centre this Saturday morning and all you need is a charged phone, plenty of love and the desire to be a part of the force for positive change. Join other like-minded members of the community in initiating one-to-one conversations with regular Australians and help create an Australia where everyone can marry the person they love! Already have Saturday plans? Log on to the website, enter your postcode and click search to locate the host of other calling events in your area.

Main image: ‘Beauty’, 1993, Olafur Eliasson. Spotlight, water, nozzles, wood, hose, pump. Photo by Poul Pederson, courtesy the artist.

Where: The Wheeler Centre, 176 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne

When: Saturday 30 September, 10am - 12.30pm

How much: RSVP your attendance via the link

More info: Yes Equality website


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