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A man sits at a desk on the pavement, drawing the urban scene in front of him. He is not looking at what he is drawing, so the drawing is scrawled and somewhat abstracted.

Sight Unseen x Project O

March 30, 2017

ABOUT Artist Elly Kent has been working with Big Hart’s Project O and together they will kick off the events in the Festival Hub on the opening night of the festival. Come along and draw in the fun! Project O Project O drives generational change by working with young women – building confidence and agency […]

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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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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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Roll for Intelligence: Canberra Celebrity Dungeon Crawling!

March 16, 2017

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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Amateur/ Professional

March 8, 2017

About Amateur/Professional is a participatory performance artwork, mixing the fun and childlike play of drawing with labelling. The audience are invited to interact with Vanessa, and move freely through the space to explore their own perspective. Explore the humour, absurdity and transience of categorising within the ever expanding context of the arts. Using gentle clown-like […]

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