Music, Sex & Politics: The Revolution Continues



Melbourne Museum
11 Nicholson Street
Carlton, Victoria, 3053
What's On

The late 1960s was a time of change in Britain, but Melbourne had a reputation for being a sleepy little town. That's certainly not true now, so what happened in the interim? Did we have our own rebels and revolutionaries, and how did they influence who we are now?

Sex and Politics

Saturday 20 July, 2pm–3.30pm

With a focus on sex and politics, our panel will reflect on our own thinkers, leaders and cultural evolution.


Saturday 10 August, 2pm–3.30pm

With a focus on music and how it has developed since that era, our panel will reflect on our own musical revolutions and revolutionaries.

Featuring legendary Australian musician Ross Wilson and long-time radio presenter and music guru Derek Guille, the debate will be facilitated by Jess McGuire of ABC broadcasting and writing fame. Join us to hear what will prove to be a lively and entertaining afternoon of storytelling and reflection.

Tickets include entry to Revolutions: Records & Rebels.