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Years: 7+ | Ages: 12+ | Event Type: Performance

Years: All | Ages: All | Event Type: Installation

Women in Song

Animate My World

Join the Women in Song as their nurturing voices help young people tune into the significance and meaning of reconciliation.

Everyone has a story to tell – see the inspiring stories of these young people come to life in animated glory.

Image: Living Arts Program, Life Without Barriers

In honour of National Reconciliation Week 2019, we bring you this exquisite collection of music by Aboriginal women and women in the music industry who stand by them: Nancy Bates, Jessica Wishart, Emily Davis and Tara Carragher. A post show Q&A will provide powerful insights and facilitate important discussion about how we can all work together with young people to support and achieve true reconciliation. Tues 28 May 12pm

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Wed 22 May – Sat 1 June Open 10am – 3pm Quartet Bar Adelaide Festival Centre

Quartet Bar Adelaide Festival Centre minutes

Animate My World is a dynamic stop-motion animation project from the Living Arts Program at Life Without Barriers. Working with young people throughout SA Youth Week, plus other events and programs, young people tell their stories about their future, who inspires them and the other people in their lives. Visit the Story Hut and be immersed in their animated worlds, if only for a moment.

FREE EVENT

No booking required

Schools $16 Equity $9 Originally conceived by the four performing artists and supported by Nexus Arts for Reconciliation Week 2018

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