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Noted 2017: Mail Club

Published: Wednesday, 12 April 2017

What should you tell your grandmother when you haven’t seen her for a year? How do you write to someone you only know on Twitter? What do you do when a far-away friend is sad and you want to help so desperately but don’t know what to say? Come join Mail Club™. Please bring: the […]

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Noted 2017: Canberra Women Writers Network Launch

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Canberra is full of women who love to write. If you’re one of them, the Canberra Women’s Writers Network invite you to join them for an evening of supportive and interactive discussion. Why a women’s writers network and where to from here? Have your say and join the family. Artists: Rhyll Biest, Bec Fleming, Rose Chen […]

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Noted 2017: Jumpcuts

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Jumpcuts is Canberra’s first ever open mic for films. Filmmakers and non-filmmakers alike are challenged to create short films based on a theme. This time the JumpCuts team will bring to life scripts written by kids. It’s going to be adorable and hilarious and just everything. This event is part of Noted writers festival, supported […]

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Angie ‘Shyness’ LP Launch

Published: Wednesday, 5 April 2017

The ever-evolving Sydney-based musician and artist, Angie (Circle Pit, Ruined Fortune, Straight Arrows), is back with her third solo album, Shyness, a series of quiet moments and a folk sensibility centered around piano, acoustic and electronic guitar. The songs move between Satie-esque piano pieces toward Tangerine Dream melodies executed on electrics through to the contemporary […]

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Gorman Commons launch

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Join us as we launch Gorman Commons, Canberra’s first and only arts-focussed co-working space! A celebration of collaborative working, the event will be opened by Katy Gallagher, Federal Senator and Shadow Minister for Small Business and Financial Services. Also speaking will be special guests including Yasmin Masri, Noted Writers Festival co-founder and Strategic Director, and […]

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Girls Write Up

Published: Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Girls Write Up is for anyone who has felt limited by their gender and wants to understand how language can not only constrain but also be used to liberate and empower. It is an inclusive event open to all teens from 12–18. Over  the day, authors,  journalists, activists, artists, poets and other creative thinkers will share […]

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“We the Mural, We the Zine” – Zine Workshop

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What have you learnt from other activists? What have you read that transformed you? Can you maintain hope without optimism? Join Demos Journal for an experimental cross-disciplinary multimedia conversation on activism, politics, and art. The project will make the journey from story-share to mural, finishing off with a zine-making workshop – contributing to the ever-changing […]

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Telling Myths Telling Lies by Shopfront Theatre

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A vibrant and playful exploration, a wax-lyrical improvisation, a discussion about Canberra mythology through the eyes of young people who live here. Performed by young and emerging artists as part talk-back radio and part live workshop, this semi-improvised performance goes haywire as both parties vie for control over the staging of the myth and its […]

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Telling Myths Telling Lies by Shopfront Theatre

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A vibrant and playful exploration, a wax-lyrical improvisation, a discussion about Canberra mythology through the eyes of young people who live here. Performed by young and emerging artists as part talk-back radio and part live workshop, this semi-improvised performance goes haywire as both parties vie for control over the staging of the myth and its […]

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Every day I Get Closer to The Light From Which I Came

Published: Thursday, 23 March 2017

Take the time to come and get captured by light and sound inside an intimate black box. A carefully curated sound piece to go with a live, emotive lighting experience. Warning: Strobe and haze effects Artist: Nick McCorriston This event is presented as part of the You Are Here 2017. For the full festival program, […]

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