Bundanon Trust is launching its 60+Performance for people sixty years and over.
The project is steered by locally based singer/director Annette Tesoriero.
She will be joined bychoreographer/director Philip Channells, who lives in the Northern Rivers region butwho has a long association with Bundanon Trust.
They will be joined by composer Damian Barbeler,from Sydney.
The project will start with a series of conversations in November 2016 between thedirectors and interested locals and will evolve through a workshop program, a series ofpresentations and a dynamic large-scale performance in May 2019.
This is a slow-burnproject that will evolve and grow over three years and spring up in a number oflocations.
Bundanon Trust are looking for people who are interested in sharing their knowledge and skills, inbeing social and creative and are up for trying something new.
The project will incorporate story telling, song, dance, music, video and kuppachats(tea and conversation).
Participants are able to be involved in a number of different ways – behind the scenesor in the limelight; it will be completely up to them.
The project will be a collaborative effort andwill be shaped by everyone who decides to be part of it.
For more information, interested people are invited to comealong to the first series of kuppa-chat informationsessions:
Ulladulla: Wednesday,November 2 between 2 – 4pm, Ulladulla Civic Centre.
Shoalhaven Heads: Thursday,November 3 between 10am – 12pm Community Hall Shoalhaven Heads.
Nowra: Friday,November 4 between 10am – 12pm Community Gateway, 69 Berry St, Nowra.
Kangaroo Valley: Friday,November 4 between6 – 8pm Kangaroo Valley Public Hall.
This project has been funded by the Australian Government through Catalyst-Arts andCulture Fund and Arts NSW.
For more information regarding this exciting opportunitycontact Regina at Bundanon Trust 4422 2113 or alternatively email her [email protected]南京夜网.
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