Moving Between Shades of Light and Dark is a rare and awesome opportunity for:
- people with alcohol and other drug issues,
- people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and
- young People
to be a part of a Wayang Kulit shadow puppetry performance for the Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2009 with internationally acclaimed artist Heri Dono, who has extensive experience working with people from many different countries, particularly with people who are marginalised.
The Hepatitis C Council of SA, in collaboration with ArtsSA, is organising three amazing art workshops to be led by this remarkable artist to bring together creativity, health, empowerment and art through the process of Wayang puppetry and performance.
Participants will have the opportunity to experience:
- working with Heri Dono to learn Wayang Kulit shadow puppetry, which will involve learning how to construct traditional puppets out of cardboard, paint and papier-mâché,
- making a screen for the Wayang puppetry performance, and working with lights and shadows,
- making musical instruments from found objects such as old pipes, drums, shoes, metal bins and springs to learn about sound design,
- storytelling, visual and performance art,
- AND being in an outdoor performance during the Adelaide Fringe Festival!
As well, participants attending the workshops and performance will be able to access health education, information and support resources about hepatitis C.
This is a free event supported by the Hepatitis C Council of SA and ArtsSA.
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