DISCUSSION NIGHT 15th March at J & P Museum

Special Event: She couldn't be good

As part of the Wicked Women exhibition, join us for a raunchy panel discussion on the virtues of being a wicked woman. She couldn't be good features exhibition models Charles Waterstreet, Antonella Gambotto-Burke, Annette Shun Wah and Larissa Behrendt. Entry includes a curator-led tour of Rosemary Valadon's Wicked Women exhibition and drinks. Includes refreshments. Licensed event. Ages 18+ Book your tickets online She couldn't be good General: $30 Concession/member: $25 Justice & Police Museum Cnr Phillip & Albert sts, Circular Quay Friday 15 March 6pm-9pm About our panelists Charles Waterstreet is one of Sydney's most prominent and colourful barristers. He spends most of his courtroom career at the criminal bar, in jury trials on behalf of the defence. He has argued successfully in the High Court on equity and criminal law. A producer and writer, Charles holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law from Sydney University, and has also  taught law at University of New South Wales. Antonella Gambotto-Burke is an internationally published critic, journalist, and novelist. Her work is included in various anthologies, and she is the author of four books, the most recent of which – The Eclipse: A Memoir of Suicide - was described by Nicholas Humphrey, author of A History of the Mind, as “an astonishing, deep and beautiful book.” The tenth anniversary edition of The Eclipse, with a new preface by the president of the American Association of Suicidology, will be published in ebook format in April. Antonella's fifth book will be out later this year. For more information, subscribe to www.antonellagambottoburke.com Annette Shun Wah is a writer, actor, producer and broadcaster. Her non-fiction has been published in several anthologies including Grandma Magic and Growing Up Asian in Australia, and she co-authored the award-winning book Banquet – Ten Courses to Harmony, exploring Chinese integration in Australia through links with food. In 2011 Annette wrote and directed the smart phone app China Heart, telling the story of marriage and family in Sydney’s Chinatown. Professor Larissa Behrendt is a Eualeyai/Kamillaroi woman. She is the Professor of Law and Director of Research at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning at the University of Technology, Sydney, and is admitted to the Supreme Court of the ACT and NSW as a barrister. Larissa is the author of several books on Indigenous legal issues. She was named NAIDOC Person of the Year in 2009 and NSW Australian of the Year in 2011.