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Introducing GIFTS OF TRANSLATION

Gifts of Translation is OTYP’s first project across the border in Victoria and will be led by Artistic Directorate member Richie Hallal in 2013/14. This wonderful project is a storytelling, theatre, dance and cultural sharing project which will develop leadership, capacity and cohesion within the community of African migrants and build understanding, co-operative relationships and […]

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Illuminate presents ‘A Town Called Mills Acre’

[wzslider autoplay=”true” info=”true”]Outback Theatre for Young People’s ILLUMINATE project presents a new Australian play featuring 130 Young people from across the Wakool Shire   Outback Theatre for Young People’s Illuminate project is connecting the towns of Barham, Wakool and Moulamein with performances over a three-week period, with a new Australian play entitled, A Town Called […]

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Reverberate Interactive Festival of Sound

[wzslider autoplay=”true”] On Saturday May 18th 2013, the streets of Deniliquin’s CBD was brought to life with interactive sound and video works created by young people in collaboration with artists Danielle O’Keefe (Artistic Director, Reverberate), Vic McEwan (Cad Factory), and Jim Coad (Video Architecture).  The event began at Deniliquin’s Waring Gardens, where the audience was […]

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2013 project and workshop dates

  REVERBERATE 2013 DATES Reverberate is off the ground  with lots of workshops and events happening in the Deniliquin area. Check out what’s coming up Weekly Music makers Tuesday 3.30-4.30: Sing and make musical instruments. Weekly Drama Wednesday Years 5-6 – 3.30-4.30: Learn drama skills and we will create out own play Weekly Drama skills HIGH […]

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Guest Artist – Vic McEwan

GUEST ARTIST PROFILE Reverberate 2013… Vic is the founder of The Cad Factory, an underground music, performance and exhibition space which started in Sydney.  Now based near Narrandera, it runs a Rural Residency Program as well as numerous other collaborative arts projects. He’s worked at most major Sydney art institutions including The Museum of Contemporary […]

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