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Living on the Edge 2021

After the success of the inaugural Living on the Edge Festival in 2019, it's back for 2021.

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Blank Canvas

Blank Canvas is a circus performance about the colour that creativity brings to our lives.  Created and presented by SEA’s aerial artists and acrobatics troupe, this evening of entertainment will showcase the skills of these talented emerging artists and involves live art.

Date: Friday 15 & Saturday 16 October

Time: 7pm

Location: Southern Edge Arts 

Cost: $15, Concession/child $10

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RE-GROW Arts Workshops

Using art to plant seeds of change

Join local artists in these hands on art workshops for families, children and youth at Fossickers Shed. Help to create a soft sculpture about regeneration and bountiful gardens, re growing from an artistic garden bed.

Date: Tuesday 5, Wednesday 6 & Friday 8 October

Time: 10-3pm

Location: Fossicker's Shed at

              Hanrahan Rd Waste Facility 

Cost: Free (Bookings Required)

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HE@RD

Are you having trouble being heard?

He@rd is a contemporary theatre piece that examines power and who’s voice is the loudest in community.  Utilising technology and innovating staging, SEA’s Theatre Ensemble’s newest production asks the question: 

“Are you listening, can you be he@rd?”

Date: Friday 22 & Saturday 23 October

Time: 7pm

Location: Southern Edge Arts 

Cost: $15, Concession/child $10

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BREAKSEA workshops  

Breaksea invites the whole family to two workshops in the October School Holidays

A multi-arts workshop incorporating singing and visual arts. Learn some new songs written for Breaksea’s new show Caretaker of Lost Selves with Matt and Beck Quicke and help build the NEST, a collaborative interactive artwork presented as part of the Breaksea Festival Nov 2021, led by visual artist Jen Mitchell. The Nest will be exhibited as a living installation at the Albany Entertainment Centre in November leading up to performances of Caretaker of Lost Selves and View From the Magpie’s Nest, 26 November, 2021. Tickets available here: https://www.breaksea.org/caretakeroflostselves

More about the NEST project WATCH a film about the project here https://www.breaksea.org/thenest

Dates: Tuesday 5 October 1-3pm

          Thursday 7 October 10.15 -12.15pm

Location: Vancouver Arts Centre

Cost: Free (Bookings Required)

Bookings via Vancouver Arts Centre

6820 3740 or arts@albany.wa.gov.au