When:Saturday 5th September, 2.30pm
Join us for an afternoon of art, dance and poetry on Saturday 5th September at 2:30pm.
This special viewing of the exhibition First Response will include, QuaranZINE poetry readings by Asha Naznin, Hangama Obaidullah, Ranjitha Krishna, and Zora Pang, as well as the final live performance of Fix Me, choreographed by Shannon Hanrahan and performed by Melissa Markos.
Registrations are essential. Register here
Untrodden Sky is a zine produced as a time capsule of our community’s thoughts, feelings and ideas during the COVID-19 social distancing lockdown in early 2020. Produced following a series of online creative writing workshops with poet and artist Jacqui Malins, the zine features nine poems and a series of artworks responding to the lockdown experience.
FIRST RESPONSE presents new works by artists Martin Ollman, Marissa McDowell, Anna Georgia, and Shannon Hanrahan commissioned by TAC to document Canberra’s initial response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The works highlight Canberra’s unique role as the national centre of this crisis, as well as showing the profound and personal effects the pandemic response had on individuals and communities in the ACT.
Capacity for this event has been set in line with relevant government advice. Please remember to stay home if you are unwell, practice good hygiene and maintain social distancing while at this event. For full details of Tuggeranong Arts Centre’s CovidSafe Plan head to: https://www.tuggeranongarts.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/COVIDSafe-Summary-web.pdf
Please note, this event is being planned in line with expected health requirements for the relevant date and may be subject to change or cancellation at short notice.