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exist-ing #1: welcome to my boudi[a]r[ts] part of The [International] Home Theatre Festival

February 21, 2011 1 comment

exist-ing #1

the first of exist-ing events [local events from the exist-ence crew]
performance art, live art, action art
part of The International Home Theatre Festival

Date: 5 March 2011, 8pm – late

Location: the garage/boudi[a]r[ts]
18 Jenkinson St, Indooroopilly

Idea:
making a friendly space for local performance, live and action artists to present their work, to try something out.
making a space for friendly discussion
making a space were the art can be free

This night will be open to all. If you want to perform, contact me at beccunningham@hotmail.com
If you want to stream something, please email me at beccunningham@hotmail.com
did I mention fun? Definitely FUN!

Line UP so far:

performances by Robert Millett [the {in}famous work from the Edinburgh festival] “Vodka & Truth”, Melody Woodnutt, Nicola Morton, Rebecca Cunningham and I hope more.

Bits and pieces: Please dress as up down or sideways as you like. There will be some small beverages and snacks, but please bring other frivolity as you see fit.

I look forward to seeing you at the garage/boudi[a]r[ts]

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exist-ing #1

February 21, 2011 Leave a comment

exist-ing #1

the first of exist-ing events [local events from the exist-ence crew]
performance art, live art, action art
part of The International Home Theatre Festival

Date: 5 March 2011, 8pm – late

Location: the garage/boudi[a]r[ts]
18 Jenkinson St, Indooroopilly
Idea:
making a friendly space for local performance, live and action artists to present their work, to try something out.
making a space for friendly discussion
making a space were the art can be free

This night will be open to all. If you want to perform, contact me at beccunningham@hotmail.com
If you want to stream something, please email me at beccunningham@hotmail.com
did I mention fun? Definitely FUN!

Line UP so far:

performances by Robert Millett [the {in}famous work from the Edinburgh festival] “Vodka & Truth”, Melody Woodnutt, Nicola Morton, Rebecca Cunningham and I hope more.

Bits and pieces: Please dress as up down or sideways as you like. There will be some small beverages and snacks, but please bring other frivolity as you see fit.

I look forward to seeing you at the garage/boudi[a]r[ts]