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Arts in Esperance - May 2017

May highlights in the Esperance Arts Calendar include.

  • Super Troupers Seniors Theatre Group presents its 2017 production 'Magic Carpet Ride', directed by Sally Ashbil - May 12th , 13th & 14th.
  • Act-Belong-Commit Swing Dance Classes are starting on May 16th & May 18th at Esperance Community Arts Space with professional instructor Jake Medley. Leading up to the Swing Dance Ball on June 10th.
  • Woodcut printmaking workshops with visiting artist Lizzy Robinson on 27th & 28th at Esperance Community Arts Space as part of the 2017 Hard-Pressed project leading to a touring exhibition of large community prints that will be shown at the Cannery Arts Centre in November. Jennell Reynolds will lead design workshops in preparation on 25th & 26th May.
  • Cannery Arts Centre - 5 week long Colour my Art classes, including Art Flow, Pottery, Printing, Painting with Oils and Discovery Arts Kindy. All commencing at the beginning of May.
  • The Esperance Civic Centre is hosting Kasey Chambers and the Melbourne Int'l Comedy Festival.

 

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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