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The Largest Creative Collaborative on the Coast!

Source: The Art House Wyong
Archived 3 Jul 2019 - Posted: 4 May 2019
A Walk Through Time: Central Coast Showcase 2019 is an eclectic array of local artistic talent presented by Vivien Sale.

Ten local artists have been chosen to display their works... each art piece has inspired a corresponding performance by Central Coast talent. You're in for a night of art, dance, drama, music, & culture. Come along and join a celebration of creative diversity.

This unique project is produced by Central Coast local, Vivien Sale. An English born professional actor and dancer who migrated to Australia in 1971. Inspired by Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition, Vivien will reimagine the performer's response to art in a way that honours and showcases the talents of Central Coast residents.

ARTISTS INCLUDE: Roundabout Circus - JB Dance - Central Coast Highland Dancing Inc - Richard Stanley Paul Macklin - John Lowrie - Robyn Pedley - Anthony Currey - Steve Greenaway - Andrew Wilson - Salt House Theatre Company - Rock Studios - Soundwaves - Joseph Arrua - Kieran Lowrie - Seya Hashemi - Leila Patch - Peter McKnight

Ten artists, ten inspired dramatic responses, one night, one community.

Don't miss it.


A Walk Through Time: Central Coast Showcase 2019

Date:
Saturday May 18th

Time:
7:30pm

Venue:
The Art House Wyong
Cnr Anzac Avenue & Margaret Street
Wyong, NSW

Tickets:
Adult: $44.00
Concession: $40.00
Child: $40.00
Groups 10+: $40.00
Student: $40.00
Member: $40.00

Please visit the website or phone (02) 4335 1485

Important Information:
Duration: 70 Minutes

 

This article archived 3 Jul 2019

 
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