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Arts in Esperance - April 2017

April highlights in the Esperance Arts Calendar include.

  • TEDxEsperance Live is coming back to the Civic Centre, Friday April 28th.
  • The Cannery Arts Centre is hosting the 'Elements' exhibition - new work by Tammy Andrews, Jason Wooldridge, Will Creed and Eimear O'Connor. Opening with local music and food on Thursday 13th of April.
  • Nyungar Dolls & Yarning workshops with Geri Hayden & Marcell Riley are on again Mon 3rd, Tues 4th & Wed 5th of April at George St Centre 10am-2pm and at Esperance Community Arts Space, 4.30-6.30pm Tues and 5pm - 8pm on Wed (67 Dempster Street).
  • KyzaPresents an array of local live music throughout April and the Easter holidays!

Other groups include a Pottery Club, Kitchen Garden, Knit for Art, Patchwork Club, Argentine Tango, Esperance Brass Band, No Lights No Lycra, Ballroom Dancing, Photographers Club, Ukulele Group, Scrabble Club, Sing Australia, Embroidery Club and more.

For more information, contact Esperance Community Arts (9072 1158 or admin@esperancecommunityarts.org.au).

 

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