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July 2017
17
July
All Day
@ Unnamed Venue
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Common Ground 2017

What is Common Ground? Connect with other young people (15 years and over) from diverse cultures and faiths to create new expressions in spoken word poetry. Previous experience not required. In it’s fifth year, Common Ground will be running it’s free spoken word workshop series in the City of Whittlesea, City of Brimbank and Greater Shepparton. Online expression of interest essential, email sukhjit@multiculturalarts.com.au or phone: 9188 368 To Book: Thomastown https://www.trybooking.com/book/sessions?eid=285871&ses=841355 St Albans https://www.trybooking.com/book/sessions?eid=285871&ses=842873 Shepparton: https://www.trybooking.com/book/sessions?eid=285871&ses=842886&bof=1 Previous program (video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7R8AJbkSOw&t=2s   City of Whittlesea:…

25
July
8.30 pm
@ The Butterfly Club
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Salty

The Butterfly Club presents gooey Singaporean horror comedy Two-time Melbourne Fringe award-winner Shannan Lim and his spook buddies Jayde Harding and Tye Norman vomit three short, interconnected plays—contemporary slants on the lurid demons of Singaporean-Malay mythology. Accompanied by neat video projections, Salty features a curious stillborn fetus, a slippery oily man nobody can catch, and a smouldering sex vampire looking for somebody to impregnate her. Each story places a ghost of Singapore in a modern Australian context and deconstructs contrasting…

August 2017
04
August
7.00 pm — 9.00 pm
@ Dance House
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GIRLS, GODDESSES AND GHOSTS: EMPOWERING WOMEN

GIRLS, GODDESSES AND GHOSTS: EMPOWERING WOMEN Nehha Bhatnagar (India), Priya Srinivasan, Uthra Vijay & Eugenia Flynn (Australia) unique evening of performance and discussion dedicated to the empowerment of young girls and women through dance and dialogue. Featuring an introduction by Eugenia Flynn, followed by a presentation on Nehha Bhatnagar’s work with the Sarvam Foundation on the power of performance in transforming the lives of under privileged girls in the Delhi slums. Followed by the Warrior Goddess- a classical dance performance…

September 2017
21
September
8.00 am — 5.00 pm
@ The University of Melbourne
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Peace, Empathy and Conciliation through Music: A Collaboratory

Organised by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, The University of Melbourne, in collaboration with the Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts & Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, and Multicultural Arts Victoria, this collaboratory will bring together researchers, practitioners (musicians including performers, community musicians, music educators, music therapists; community development workers; social service workers; arts organisation delegates), and arts and community policymakers to share ideas around the ways that music is used to develop peace,…

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