Posted by: Richard | July 30, 2012

The Four Elements Festival – showcasing regional and international arts

Mirramu Creative Arts Centre is delighted to present The Four Elements Festival, an official regional event of the Centenary of Canberra.

This festival brings together dance artists/choreographers, visual and performing artists in a 10 day celebration of the region’s arts. Workshops, classes, artists in residence, a regional schools dance program and a finale concert with more than 10 community performing groups and performance artists provide a rich program in which people of all ages in our community can participate.

As one of the proposed sites for the nation’s capital, Lake George holds particular significance in the Centenary of Canberra celebrations.

Mirramu is proud to be part of the Centenary of Canberra and looks forward to welcoming visitors to the centre over the 10 days of this event.

Please keep watching the website for details of our scheduled art classes:

  • Ian Robertson – painting
  • Jeffrey Frith – sculpture
  • Kathy Kituai – writing
  • Monika Leone – ceramics
  • Tim Anger – photography

These weekend classes will provide a wonderful opportunity to make work in response to Lake George working with inspiring practising artists from our region. Class outlines, tutor profiles and enrolment details will be posted from October this year.

The Four Elements Festival is proudly supported by the ACT Government Community Centenary Initiatives Fund and by the Country Arts Support Program of Regional Arts NSW, funded by the NSW Government through Arts NSW.

Local Onga Pump Shop, Bungendore Rural Services, is delighted to support The Four Elements Festival



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