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Pages Of The River

WHEN:
Sunday 17 June
Time:
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Topic:
Arts and culture, Community event, Indigenous
Type:
Exhibition/show
Audience:
Resident, Families, Youth, Senior, Visitor, Multicultural, Adult
Cost:
FREE
Bookings:
Required
River

Booking Information

Bookings essential (limited spaces): Public Art and Placemaking Officer E: joyce.louey@marion.sa.gov.au P: 08 8375 6828 https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/pages-of-the-river-tickets-46638841029

Pages of the River night projection – a site specific event activating Warri Parri/Sturt River at Living Kaurna Cultural Centre and Warriparinga Wetlands. City of Marion is hosting Pages of the River in one public showing that includes projection, light drawing, photography and film onto trees, riverbanks, concrete channels and water. The projection resembles pages in a book, part of a story about Warri Parri told through the eyes of Laura Wills and Mark Timberlake. Bookings essential (limited spaces available)

Free event – one night only

Sunday 17 June, 2018

5.30pm for 6pm start

Bookings essential (limited spaces): Public Art and Placemaking Officer E: joyce.louey@marion.sa.gov.au P: 08 8375 6828

Meet at Living Kaurna Cultural Centre

Warriparinga Way (off Sturt Road), Bedford Park


Contacts

Name:
Joyce Louey
Business / Organisation Name:
City of Marion
Telephone:
8375 6828

Location


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