Jen Lush is launching her new album, The Night’s Insomnia. It's a dark, open and achingly beautiful album. The album builds songs from the words of 12 contemporary Australian poets from around the country. Works that evoke the feeling and space that keep us awake in the black hours.
Come join us at the dinner table of 12 different cultures. A fundraiser for the Women's Health Grampians and the It Takes Courage project. Learn about flavours and favourite recipes from across the globe and break bread with those who have cooked with love.
Sunday Sessions is free admission, kid friendly afternoons with laid back tunes and great food. Deb will joined by Dave Clark on keys and Andy Fry on bass. An afternoon of some original tunes and some covers. Classic ballads and some smooth grooves too.
Ballarat native, Freya Josephine Hollick is an Old-Timey, Country, Folk singer/songwriter from the Victorian Goldfields. Hollick has always had her roots in folk music, coming to earlier 20th Century folk, blues and country music through a hunger for knowledge of how and from where modern music evolved.
Brought to you by the podcast cast and crew of 'Tales From Rat City', this is a murder mystery night that is very local and very real! Our story is based on the dark stories of Ballarat past.
Geoffrey Williams and Nathan Curnow return with The Night Reverses, exploring the rhythm of the line and the groove of the beat, mixing performance poetry into live music improvisation.
Wednesday, 8th November 2017
The opening of our group exhibition, The Thin Veil. This exhibition is an exploration of the tissue-thin veil that separates life from death, with a show of mixed media considering grief, memory, separation and loss. Opening event and smoking ceremony.