Upcoming events by Big hART
Presented in partnership with Spring Bay Mill, Squid Theory is a FREE floating multimedia artwork. The Julienne, built and launched in Triabunna, comes to life with projection lights and choreography on the water.
Saturday 26 November @ 9pm (FREE)
Something to Celebrate brings together the pride, voices, and creative work of Frankston North young people in a celebratory community event at the McClelland Sculpture Park and gallery showcasing their songs, art and ideas for more inclusive and safer communities.
Saturday 10 December 12pm - 4.30pm
Songs for Freedom brings the beauty of the Pilbara to the stage in an outdoor concert featuring music and image at Dyoondalup (Point Walter). Elders from Ieramugadu (Roebourne), community song-writers and narrator Patrick Churnside, welcome special guests to the stage, including much loved WA artists John Bennet, Kankawa Nagarra, Stephen and Naomi Pigram, Fred Ryan, Angus Smith, Kendall Smith and Vikki Thorn. Co-created through a 12-year community collaboration, Songs for Freedom delivers an intercultural collective of passionate musicians under the musical direction of Lucky Oceans. Together, this superb line up joins the Ieramugadu community to fill the night sky with songs of hope, peace, freedom and country.
Sunday 5 March @ 7pm
Guided by women from Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi country, Punkaliyarra is a meditation on women’s stories. An experience of beautiful visuals, sound and spoken word it celebrates ancient and contemporary stories of women’s power, where nurture, care and guidance are formed in the collective. Immerse yourself in the stories and landscapes of the past and future in this intimate and joyful work.
Wed 1 – Fri 3 March, 2023
A new space for community, creativity and discovery in the North West of Tasmania. Housed in the new Wynyard Yacht Club multi-use building at the Wynyard waterfront, Watershed's program is driven by a connection to place and the seasons. Enjoy live music, film, seasonal feasts, workshops for the whole community and more.
Future focused digital learning, grounded in community. NEO-Learning is a new platform which celebrates living culture and is co-created with young people of Roebourne. It provides quality First Nations digital arts content, resources and live virtual experiences for primary schools and students across Australia.