Farah Beaini is a spoken word poet, performer and writer, interested in exploring stories of identity and belonging in an age of constant movement. Her work is grounded in authenticity and vulnerability, and often tackles difficult conversations within the community.

A contributing writer to TCK Town, her articles have also been published in both local and international news websites, including sbsmamamia and ravishly.

A seasoned performer, she has MCed and featured at numerous Melbourne spoken word venues including Lowercase poetry, Girls on Key, Mother Tongue and Slamalamadingdong.

As an Australian woman of Lebanese heritage, she has regularly performed in Multicultural Arts Victoria festivals celebrating Australia’s multiculturalism.

For all the latest events, check out her Facebook page + follow this page. 

All content on this blog is subject to copyright laws. The views expressed are the author’s own and do not reflect the views of current or former workplaces.  © Farah Beaini 2014-2018.