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Autonomous

March 25, 2017

About Presented by Australian Dance Party, Autonomous reflects on our relationships with technological invention, the urban landscape and connection, as we move, transition, turn and weave through our days in motorised car choreographies. With an interest in re-framing who and what can perform, Autonomous positions the car as the dancer. Set in a CBD carpark […]

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BAD!SLAM! NO!BISCUIT!

March 24, 2017

About BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT! is for anyone, even when no one wants poetry. Which is frequently. To that end, with the support of the Phoenix Pub, BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT! runs the World’s First, Largest, Last and Smallest Poetry Slam in the Phoenix Pub in the Canberra. Sign-up to Poetry Slam from 7:30pm, BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT! wants you! Featuring Derek Motion, Riley […]

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Every Day I Get Closer To The Light From Which I Came

March 23, 2017

About Every Day I Get Closer To The Light From Which I Came is a long-form sound and lighting experience, set out of time inside the black box of the Ralph Wilson Theatre. Nick has prepared a sound piece that forms the backbone of the event, and in an attempt to take leave of the […]

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Every Day I Get Closer To The Light From Which I Came

About Every Day I Get Closer To The Light From Which I Came is a long-form sound and lighting experience, set out of time inside the black box of the Ralph Wilson Theatre. Nick has prepared a sound piece that forms the backbone of the event, and in an attempt to take leave of the […]

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The Garage Gallery: Walking Exhibition

March 16, 2017

About A Walking Exhibition is a group exhibition showing video artworks from Luke Aleksandrow, Oscar Capezio, Tony Curran, Heath Franco, Nathan Gray, Alex Hobba, Shags, and Angela Tiatia. As a part of You Are Here festival 2017, the show takes place in different locations on Lonsdale Street, Braddon. Opening on Wed 5 April at Anvil […]

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Roll for Intelligence: Canberra Celebrity Dungeon Crawling!

About Storm clouds gather, Canberra is beset by strange occurrences. Heat waves, hordes of hoons in cars, and the curious case of the King’s Missing Spine! Only a plucky band of actors, comedians and entertainers can save the day! With naught but their wit and a D20, watch Joel, Andrew, Helen and Codie face the […]

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The Grid

About Before you sits a collection of coloured luggage tags. Pick one up. Tie it to one of the metal rungs of The Grid. Step back, and look up at The Grid. What do you see? What image are you contributing to the creation of? Make sure to return to see The Grid throughout the […]

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Contested Land

March 8, 2017

About Contested Land is the latest creation from Second Echo Ensemble. We are working with ideas that are both quietly political and socially evocative investigating the history of nations, conflicts both embodied and landscaped, and lines drawn in the sand. Early inspirations and creative points of conversation and departure include Woody Guthrie, the current Australian […]

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Contested Land

About Contested Land is the latest creation from Second Echo Ensemble. We are working with ideas that are both quietly political and socially evocative investigating the history of nations, conflicts both embodied and landscaped, and lines drawn in the sand. Early inspirations and creative points of conversation and departure include Woody Guthrie, the current Australian […]

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Connectivity

About Is your connection patchy? Intermittent? See how Somebody’s Aunt finds ingenious ways to link, relate, and friend others. This improvising group of movers collaborate with musicians Nitya Bernard Parker and Andrew Purdam to explore what makes or breaks our connections, from intimate encounters to the wider web of life. See how being connected affects […]

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