Perth Screening & Function


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Perth Screening & Function University of WA

16 September 2016

16 Sep 18:30 University of WA
16/09/2016 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm University of WA



We are pleased to present the screening of Earth-Q in Perth at the University of Western Australia.
Earth-Q is an award winning, heart-wrenching documentary about the journey taken by an Australian charity to help seven schools destroyed by the 2015 Nepal earthquake and the struggles communities now face to provide a quality education for their children.
CLICK HERE to read more about the film.
Proceeds from the event will go towards rebuilding a school destroyed by the earthquake in the Gorkha District.
University of WA, Nedlands, Perth.
Pre-screening cocktail function including light Nepalese meal at Hackett Cafe, followed by the screening at the Woolnough Lecture Theatre.
Friday, 16 September 2016
Light meal & drinks: 6.30pm – 8pm | Film screening: 8.10pm – 9.30pm
Cocktail function + film
Standard: $38 | Concession: $30 (+$1.50 fee)
Children 6+: $25 | Children under 6 free
Film only?
Tickets are limited for film only ($25 full | $17 concession). If you can’t come to the function and want to see the film, please send us a message with the number of tickets on our [CONTACT FORM] and we will email tickets to you.


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Winthrop Professor Krishna Sen will welcome guests to UWA for the screening of Earth-Q. Krishna is Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Western Australia, and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.


Discussion Panel Members

Ang Dawa J. Sherpa is the President of the Nepalese Association of Western Australia, a WA school teacher since 2007 and coordinates the Nepali Language School in Perth.


Lal Bahadur Chhetri is a retired professor from Tribhuvan University Nepal, a life member of Nepal Red Cross Society, Patron of Meena Lamichhane Trust and President of Supporting Chepan Children.


Kashiraj Pandey is a poet, writer, and Assistant Professor of English at Kathmandu University who is in his final year of doctoral research in Teacher Education at Murdoch University.


Mark Pinoli, CEO of the Logged On Foundation and Director of Earth-Q.


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