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Art of the Virtuoso

Published: Thursday, 11 May 2017

Join two of Italy’s most accomplished musical artists, violinist Domenico Nordio and guitarist Massimo Scattolin, for a concert featuring the work of two of the greatest 19th century virtuosi – Niccolò Paganini and Mauro Giuliani. Paganini’s name is synonymous with musical virtuosity. But his reputation for demonic flair and uncanny skill in performance has long […]

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Artist talk: Debbie Ding and Angela Tiatia

Published: Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres is excited to present an artist talk featuring Debbie Ding (Singapore) and Angela Tiatia (Australia). Debbie Ding is a visual artist and technologist whose practice centres around exploring alternative constructions of knowledge. Inspired by the labour of “amateur” explorers whose surprising discoveries often spark new paths of inquiry, Ding works […]

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Girls Rock! Canberra

Published: Thursday, 4 May 2017

Ever wanted to learn an instrument, form a band and write a song? At Girls Rock! Canberra’s rock camp you’ll form a band, learn an instrument (bass, guitar, vocals, drums or electronic music), watch live music performances, participate in creative workshops- like making zines and screen printing band t-shirts- and write an original song to […]

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Noted 2017: Karma – Reimagining letter writing and the home of gratitude online

Published: Friday, 21 April 2017

Dissatisfied with the lack of meaningful content online, Canberra brothers Clyde and Dayne Rathbone set about creating a new online platform for writing and sharing long-form, open letters about people. They were pleasantly surprised when people started using the platform, and they were blown away when they they discovered it transforming people’s lives. Listen to […]

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CIMF: Up Close and Personal with the Simón Bolívar String Quartet

Published: Thursday, 20 April 2017

The Simón Bolívar String Quartet is taking the world by storm, bringing their Latin American flavour classical music’s most iconic quartet repertoire. The quartet is comprised of the section leaders in Venezuela’s famed Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra, the centrepiece of El Sistema’s world-renown youth music program. This free event comprises a 30-minute Q&A session with […]

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Noted 2017: Kids Corner

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At the Noted Festival kids space on Sunday 7 May, kids can make a picture book, take a short workshop, or plonk themselves down in the story corner to hear from some of our most beloved children’s writers. Events happening as part of Kids Corner include: A Bit of a Story: 10am-3pm Story Corner – […]

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Multilingual Hub

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Mini language lessons from all around the world, insights into the world of professional translation, all you need to know about learning and maintaining a new language in the ACT and performances from some of Noted’s favourite multilingual writers! Events happening at the Multilingual Hub include: ACT Bilingual Education Alliance Information Booth: 10am-3pm Lots-O-Lingo! 10am-11am […]

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Noted 2017: Pulpture – The Finale

Published: Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Blemish Books is teaming up with Noted to produce ‘Pulpture’, a collaborative arts project designed to find creative ways to re-purpose unsold books. Over 4 days in the Tuggeranong Arts Centre’s Hyperdome shopfront, local artists will take 500 surplus Blemish books and find interesting, creative, expressive, and meaningful ways to turn them into art. The […]

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Noted 2017: A Beginning and a Middle and a…

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Are you a teenager and a budding writer? Got a story inside you that you’re just burning to tell? In this workshop (designed for adolescents) with TV writer and presenter Britt Aylen, learn how to structure your story in order to make it as powerful and effective as possible. Artists: Britt Aylen This event is part […]

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Noted 2017: Mixtape Chorus: Gimme Some Kind of Sign

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Community indie pop choir Mixtape Chorus have teamed up with the Deaf Society to learn some basic Auslan. Sing and sign along in this once-off performance especially for Noted Festival audiences! Artists: Mixtape Chorus This event is part of Noted writers festival, supported by Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centre

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