Held at the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart, Tasmania, the aim was to bring together a diverse range of groups, communities and organisations to present a spectrum of beliefs and religions in contemporary society. Along with a number of groups, the AFA ran an information stall, and engaged in discussion with attendees.
As a part of a series of lectures, Raphael Lataster represented the AFA on stage, with a talk titled “Atheists – What, Why, Who Cares?“. Raphael is the author of “There Was No Jesus, There Is No God“, a scholarly examination of the scientific, historical, and philosophical evidence and arguments for monotheism. He is a professionally secular PhD researcher and teacher at the University of Sydney (Studies in Religion). A video of Raphael’s presentation is now available on the AFA’s YouTube channel.