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Worn Art Tickets are now Available
Get your tickets to the 2014 Worn Art Show - "The Great Pearl Tragedy" here:http://www.theatrekimberley.org.au/shop/tickets/worn-art-revamped-2014
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Sandfly Circus played in Derby
Act-Belong-Commit Sandfly Circus were invited to perform at Derby Marsh Arts on the 8th of October. Congratulations to the Sandflies!!
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Outta this World tickets are now available
On the Theatre Kimberley website here: http://www.theatrekimberley.org.au/shop/tickets/outta-this-world-tickets
or on the Broome Visitor website here: http://www.visitbroome.com.au/events/broome/theatre-kimberley
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Regional Funding Forums with the Australia Council and Country Arts WA
Find out what arts and cultural opportunities are available for artists and WA regional communities
The Australia Council grants for regional and remotes access to the arts have recently been revamped. Penny Miles, Program Manager National Programs, will be talking on the changes to these grants for regional festivals, performing arts, exhibitions and tours and what opportunities exist for you and your community.
Country Arts WA grants are solely to service regional Western Australia. Jessica Anderson, Regional Arts Development Manager will be talking about the grants available for communities and individuals and showcase some exciting past projects.
Mon 7 July, 5.30pm-6.30pm
HARTZ (Hedland Arts Council)
McKay Street, Port Hedland
Wed 9 July, 5-6pm presentation
6-7pm open discussion
Meeting Hall, Lotteries House, Cable Beach Road East
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or to find out more call regional freecall 1800 811 883
Download the flyer here:
Funding Forum (826 KB)
Photo: Margaret River Cultural Centre Funding Presentation 2014. Photo by Clint McRae.
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Children Puppeteers Wanted
Staircase to the Moon Tour Workshops.
We are offering free puppet workshops to up to 15 local kids in each town the Staircase is showing on the understanding that they are available to perform in the show.
Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek, Derby, Kununurra and Broome.
Please contact Gwen on 91935658
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Worn Art Briefing June 16
6pm sharp, June 16th.
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Business Planning Meeting
The TK Business Planning Meeting went fairly smoothly. Thankfully! We now have most of the info we need to grow into the next 3 years of shows, projects and good times. Thanks to Chris Hill for the photo.
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Habitat Open Garden Day 2014
Open Garden Day
Sat 31st May, 10am - 3pm
The Award winning Habitat Resort will open it's doors for the public to to come and enjoy one of the most stunning resort gardens in Broome and the Kimberley. There will be guided tours conducted regularly throughout the day.
The gardens - cared for by the inestimable Chris Hill - have been carefully designed and developed over the last 12 years to achieve an amazing balance between the native flora and and exotic plants that has a wonderful explosion of colour and smells. The wet seasons over the last two years have allowed the gardens to flourish into a full splendour that continues to amaze both new and repeat visitors.
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Controlled Falling Project 2014
Thursday May 20th, 7pm
Broome Civic Centre.
Enter a laboratory of acrobatic impossibilities, where old science meets new circus in a heart-stopping, high-energy creative experiment.
Taking a contemporary approach to traditional and popular circus
disciplines from across Asia, America and Europe, the concept of
Controlled Falling is explored through Teeter Board, Russian Bar,
Roue-Cyr, Human Pyramids, Synchronised Hand Balancing and other
acrobatic feats that demonstrate the incredible skill and audacity of
Controlled Falling are offering free workshops for Act-Belong-Commit Sandfly Circus participants. Woo hoo!!
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