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Speakerbox
Mar
22
5:00 PM17:00

Speakerbox

Scissors Paper Pen brings the writers, hellosQuare brings the musicians. Catch these one-off collaborative works: sound stories, song poems and new word/noise fusions. Speakerbox is presented in partnership with You Are Here. Bookings essential, go to The Street Theatre for more details. 

Artists includeJ.M. Donellan + ANU Experimental Music Studio, Jessica Stone + Alphamale (Hannah de Feytner), Cathy Petocz + Ollie Bown

 

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Transitory
Mar
22
2:00 PM14:00

Transitory

Independent artist and Anything Is Valid Dance Theatre co-director Serena Chalker and writer Grace Finlayson will explore ideas of temporary homes and life in transit through a dialogue across states, borders, and time zones. At Noted Festival, the two artists will come together to present the results of their process of response through movement and text as they meet in the same place at the same time for the first time.

Artists: Serena Chalker and Grace Finlayson

Image courtesy of Anything Is Valid Dance Theatre from their performance every/nowhere which won the  WA Best Dance Award at the 2015 Fringe World festival

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LAUNCH ALL OF THE WORDS
Mar
22
1:00 PM13:00

LAUNCH ALL OF THE WORDS

A courtyard full of artists vie for your patronage in an all-at-once, all-out launch of zines, books, albums, ideas, campaigns and to-be-determined items, where you, valued customer, are always right. In the aftermath, we’ll construct a market fair from the wreckage.

Featuring Edita, The Capital Zine, Julian Fleetwood, Kaaron Warren, Merrindahl Andrew, Pamela Collett and MORE!

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Where the Deadly Words Are: Us Mob
Mar
22
10:30 AM10:30

Where the Deadly Words Are: Us Mob

In this 'Deadly Words' edition of WTWWA, explore the AIATSIS collection while eight Us Mob writers lead you through writing exercises, prompts and poetry readings. 

Artists include: Marissa McDowell, Kerry Reed-Gilbert, Joyce Graham, Samia Goudie, Jeanine Leane, Samantha Faulkner, Michelle Bedford, Lisa Fuller

About Where The Wild Words Are: Let your mind and metatarsals wander as you go on a writing adventure. Come along to one of Canberra’s best kept secret secret spots and get writin’. Bring your friends and pens. Each writing session will be led by a different artist and/or literary group.

 

 

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Lit Hop: Last Drinks
Mar
21
8:30 PM20:30

Lit Hop: Last Drinks

Stage three of Lit Hop, ‘Last Drinks’, is a series of rowdy literary games hosted by Raphael Kabo, featuring all our favourite writers from the night.

Hosted by: Raphael Kabo

About Lit Hop: Like a bar hop, but better. Discover notable writers and performers as you go from one watering hole to the next. You’ll find storytelling, games and rowdy trivia in three separate venues, with pop-up pit-stops along the way.

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Lit Hop: Stuck in the Middle
Mar
21
7:30 PM19:30

Lit Hop: Stuck in the Middle

Stage two of the Lit Hop, 'Stuck In The Middle’, is a fast-paced, literary quiz featuring a delectable selection of our Notable artists. 

Artists include: J.M Donellan, Jordan Morris, Tasnim Hossain, Yen Eriksen, Rosanna Stevens

About Lit Hop: Like a bar hop, but better. Discover notable writers and performers as you go from one watering hole to the next. You’ll find storytelling, games and rowdy trivia in three separate venues, with pop-up pit-stops along the way.

 

This stop is supported by Lonsdale St Roasters

We Source it, We Roast it, We Pour It - Custom Made Coffee. 

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Lit Hop: Pit Stops
Mar
21
7:15 PM19:15

Lit Hop: Pit Stops

No need to worry about getting lost on the way to each venue during Lit Hop  just follow the trail of pop-up storytelling, dance performance and interactive chalk tweets. 

Artists include: Deb Cleland, Jessica Stone, Sarah St Vincent Welch

About Lit Hop: Like a bar hop, but better. Discover notable writers and performers as you go from one watering hole to the next. You’ll find storytelling, games and rowdy trivia in three separate venues, with pop-up pit-stops along the way.

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Lit Hop: Fresh Start
Mar
21
6:30 PM18:30

Lit Hop: Fresh Start

Stage one of Lit Hop, ‘Fresh Start’, will include a selection of readings from some of our Notable artists.

Artists include: Patrick Lenton, Emma Jones, Beige Brown

About Lit Hop: Like a bar hop, but better. Discover notable writers and performers as you go from one watering hole to the next. You’ll find storytelling, games and rowdy trivia in three separate venues, with pop-up pit-stops along the way.

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Where the Wild Words Are: Cafe Poets
Mar
21
10:30 AM10:30

Where the Wild Words Are: Cafe Poets

Venture into the urban wilds of Civic’s most colourful alley way with the Canberra Cafe Poets, who provide poetry prompts and readings.

Artists: Denise Burton and Sandra Renew

About Where The Wild Words Are: Let your mind and metatarsals wander as you go on a writing adventure. Come along to one of Canberra’s best kept secret spots and get writin’. Bring your friends and pens. Each writing session will be led by a different artist and/or literary group.

 

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Where The Wild Words Are: Kaaron Warren and James Doig
Mar
20
7:30 PM19:30

Where The Wild Words Are: Kaaron Warren and James Doig

Let your imagination run wild as local horror writers Kaaron Warren and James Doig read you stories and provide you with writing prompts to write the spookiest prose. BYO torch.

Artists: Kaaron Warren and James Doig

About Where The Wild Words Are: Let your mind and metatarsals wander as you go on a writing adventure. Come along to one of Canberra’s best kept secret secret spots and get writin’. Bring your friends and pens. Each writing session will be led by a different artist and/or literary group.

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Listen In
Mar
20
6:30 PM18:30

Listen In

A book club for those without a long attention span, Listen In invites you to share a song you love that has something to do with the literary world. If you can make a connection between a song and the written word, bring it along on a device: iPod, iPhone, Galaxy, you name it (no, don’t). Sit on comfy couches, listen to and yarn about the songs, and share a lovely evening.

Presenter Lisa Sampson

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BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT! vs. FEMINARTSY vs. THE FESTIVALS
Mar
18
7:30 PM19:30

BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT! vs. FEMINARTSY vs. THE FESTIVALS

BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT! has teamed up with Feminartsy, You Are Here and Noted to bring you a unique night of poetry, performance, writing and entertainment, all wrapped in the competition of the poetry slam. Five judges, scores from ten to negative infinity, no props, no music, your original words, many MCs, many feature acts, the Score Adder and the Master of Conflict. Bring your words. Sign-up from 7:30pm.

Artists include: Beige Brown, Nicola Lambert, Joel Barcham, Andrew Galan, Amanda Coghlan and bonus surprise acts!

Main image: Adam Thomas.

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Opening of WORDS: art, text and digital spaces
Mar
18
6:00 PM18:00

Opening of WORDS: art, text and digital spaces

Want to celebrate the opening of this digital exhibition IRL?

Join the artists and curator at the launch of WORDS: art, text and digital spaces, part of You Are Here's opening night.

 

WORDS: art, text and digital spaces

WORDS is an online exhibition exploring the possibilities of art and text in digital spaces. Featuring interdisciplinary creatives from around the world, this exhibition will be hosted online from March 18, 2015.

Curator: Jessica Oliver

Artists: Jessie Adams; Mez Breeze; Claire Capel-Stanley; Nicci Haynes; Rosalind Lemoh; Anja Loughead; Eleanor Malbon; Maryann Mussared; Kate Ruebenson; Frances Spurgin; Monica Styles; Chris Sutevski; and Louise Upshall.

Main Image: Chris Sutevski, Van Gogh Type (detail), 2014 

 
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