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J U N E  

After 6 months in development, the stars of our children's musical program take to the stage with their original performance, Just Like Clockwork. The talents of young artists are also on display in June with the My Human Condition Youth Portraiture Prize and Fresh Funk's end-of-semester remake of Beauty and The Beast.
Two new exhibitions also open in June;
Street Children of Kabul and other works featuring the work of Hangama Obaidullah and Entropy: Interrupted, reflected by Alfredo Lango and Rachel Corsini.

Image: Alfredo Lango, (detail) Diary of a 44 Gallon Drum, Page 3. 2018.

Street Children of Kabul and other works
Opening - Thursday 7 June, 6pm
Continues until Saturday 30 June

Paintings, photography and hand embroidered fabric by Hangama Obaidullah.

Image: (detail) Hangama Obaidullah, Street child 1, 2018. Photograph.

Entropy: Interrupted, reflected
Opening - Thursday 7 June, 6pm
Continues until Saturday 30 June

Sculpture and photography by Rachel Corsini 
Assemblage by Alfredo Lango

Image: Rachel Corsini, Where There's Will..., 2018. Wood, paint, glue, Styrofoam. Alfredo Lango, Diary of a 44 gallon drum page 2, 2018. Salvaged lead, steel.

My Human Condition
Youth Portraiture Prize
Opening - Thursday 7 June, 6pm
Continues until Saturday 30 June

Selected entries to the My Human Condition Youth Portraiture Prize for young people aged 12-18, supported by Aulich.

Image: Jemima Green,  Spilled Soul, 2018. Watercolour on paper.

Dark Histories, Bright Futures
Thursday 21 June, 6pm - 7.30pm
Free event.

TAC and Hangama Obaidullah present a Women's Forum for National Refugee Week.
Chaired by Barbara Baikie, President, National Council of Women
Guest speakers and readings by refugee women
Music by Nitya

Friday 22 June, 6.30pm
Saturday 23 June, 3pm

In this kooky, creative and off the wall musical created by children aged 7-12 working with Tim and Nathalie Bevitt, curious inventor Alberta Clausius Thompson Morowitz and her philosophical snow leopard friend Morbid Redfrost join a motley crew of Questers drawn by trickery through a clock faced portal into a decaying theme park.

Just Like Clockwork is a self-devised musical, written, developed and performed by local children in response to Tuggeranong Arts Centre’s 2018 theme ‘Entropy.’ Participants worked to create the musical with Tim and Nathalie Bevitt in a series of weekend workshops and holiday intensives over a six month period.
Designed to provide an accessible performance development opportunity to children in Southern Canberra, the Just Like Clockwork project has instilled participants with new confidence and creativity, developing their skills across writing, drama, song and dance as well as building capacity for creative thinking and teamwork.
Now, we invite audiences to come and see them shine on stage in this truly one-of-a-kind musical!

Tickets: $12 each.

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Beauty and the Beast
Saturday 30 June, 3pm and 7pm
Erindale Theatre, McBryde Crescent Erindale

Fresh Funk presents their end of semester performance, an urban dance retelling of Beauty and the Beast.
This blockbuster show features dancers aged 9 years to adult from Fresh Funk's 13 performance program classes.

Tickets: $28 adult, $20 student, or $88 family (2+2)

Image: Martin Ollman, 2017.

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