Don’t just iso-late, iso-create (at home)
Take your family on an imaginative, theatrical experience – right in your own home. How cool is that? Read more about the incredible Mountain Goat Mountain below.
Plus, this week there are new episodes from Dusty Rich, Comedy Underground and The Farm. And artist Libby Harward will share some self-portrait tips and tricks to get you all inspired.
Here’s all the good stuff we’ve got for you this week:
A brand new, audio-led theatre experience for families. You’ll be guided through a magical imaginative, creative world – without leaving your home. Live from 12 noon on 14 May. Tickets and all the details here.
In the third episode, Dusty will make a multi-layered wood sculpture of the bio-hazard respirator from the front of the shoe. Think of it as a ‘how-to’ install a home studio. See Dusty’s studio and follow along here on Thu 14 May at 6pm.
Episode No.3 features sees Josh and Dalton catch up with Tom Walker who just had an Amazon Prime special called “Very, Very” drop. Live here on Fri 15 May at 5pm.
This week The Farm explore the emotional distance of social distance in a new video exploring the big issues we’re all grappling with when working from home. See it live here from 6pm on Sun 17 May.
Artist Libby Harward and her daughter and Lola invite you into their home for a grounded and honest artmaking experience where they share tips and techniques for self-portraiture that will inspire the whole family. Join in here at 10am on Wed 20 May.
And our Rage Against the V(irus) program, where we’ve been funding local artists for quick fire projects, continues to deliver amazing outcomes. Take 5 and explore new works from Karul Projects, Camille Manley, Daniele Constance and Aarti Bajaj.