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The Arts Access Victoria 2014 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Tuesday 2 December at 7pm, at the Arts Access Victoria offices, 222 Bank Street, South Melbourne.
AAV Members are welcome to attend the AGM.
Please RSVP (including any access requirements) by emailing email@example.com or calling 03 3966 8299.
The Feast will showcase the rich and diverse talents of artists with a disability from Way Out West, an Arts Access Victoria program based in St Albans.
Traversing wry and humorous themes, this interactive theatrical performance will offer audiences a mix of mime, movement, suspense, live percussion, singing and spellbinding storytelling – an inter-cultural artistic experience to gorge yourselves on, liven your senses, and keep you all on the edge of your seat!
This performance is part of the 40th birthday celebrations for Arts Access Victoria (AAV), the first arts and disability organisation in Australia. Established in 1974, AAV has since become the state’s leading arts and disability organisation, dedicated to maximising opportunities for people with a disability to create art, experience art and work in the arts. Way Out West (WOW), our multi- artform collective, has a rich ten-year history of art making, including theatrical performances at the Disability Studies in Education Conference 2014 at the Victoria Institute, the Sunshine Festival (The Feast 2013), the Melbourne Town Hall (Fanzine 2010), and the Footscray Community Arts Centre (A Sympathetic Ear 2008). WOW has also produced a music DVD with Suzannah Espie and Finlay Francois (That’s Nice 2009), and exhibited work at Connected (2009) and at The Hunt Club Community Arts Centre (Figure 2008; Group Show/Marc Sorbello’s solo exhibition, Full Deck, 2013).
Performed by multi art form collective Way Out West
Artistic direction by Fleur Dean and Russ Pirie
Slider image The Jester Strikes by Paul Dunn
What: The Feast
When: November 28, 29, 30
Where: La Mama Courthouse, 349 Drummond Street Carlton (Google map link)
Tickets: $15. Click here to book online using Trybooking. Phone bookings, call 03 9347 6142
Tickets can be booked up until 4pm on the day of the performance (2pm on Sunday), otherwise try your luck at the door.
Access: Wheelchair accessible. Please advise of specific access requirements.
Please allow plenty of time to arrive at our venues, as there is a no latecomers policy.
The Feast is proudly supported by Arts Access Victoria, Arts Victoria, Australia Council of the Arts, La Mama and Brimbank City Council.