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    Swan debut + Blu Jay + Lyds / Lily Tait / Aarti Jadu at the Norla Dome 🦢﹌﹌﹌


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    Event description

    This event will be held on the stolen lands of the Boonwurrung, Bunurong and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung People of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to Elders past and present. Sovereignty was never ceded. ALWAYS WAS, ALWAYS WILL BE

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    SWAN x Eastmint presents

    SWAN + Blu Jay + Lyds / Lily Tait / Aarti Jadu

    Proudly Supported by Mission To Seafarers Victoria

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    5:30pm Doors

    6pm Aarti Jadu will lead a communal drone

    7pm Lily Tait

    8pm SWAN with movement artists Blu Jay + Lyds

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    $5 Vegan Laksa and Chai by Eastmint and Mishka / Full Bar run by Mission To Seafarers / Card and Cash

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    sliding scale tix $0-$35

    Free First Nations tix

    Free companion tix

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    Notes 

    ~ please feel comfortable to regulate your body ~

    ~ there will be heaters but it will still likely be cold, please dress warmly ~

    ~ there are chairs and some rugs available but if you would like to sit on the floor, please bring a cushion or blanket ~

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    SWAN

    SWAN is a sonic hypothetical swan formed by Mishka, Aarti Jadu, Genevieve Fry and Zoë Barry. SWAN are also dedicated to raising awareness and calling for action to protect swans. Many of the world's swan populations have been affected by their sensitivity to flus and although that has not and hopefully will not reach this continent, it's imperative that we maintain healthy swan populations. 

    Lily Tait

    Lily Tait's music comprises an exploratory approach to violin and vocal techniques, focusing on how they can move together to embody one indeterminate, almost inscrutable sound source. 

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    Accessibility

    Accessibility liaison ~ Liz ~ 0455909472

    The wheelchair accessible entrance to the Norla Dome is through a gate off Flinders St. We may need to co-ordinate the gate being unlocked, please use the contact details for Liz above for access. Inside the Norla dome is an accessible toilet. The bar and dining area of the Mission to Seafarers is not wheelchair accessible from the Norla Dome. We can bring you food and drinks from the bar area.  

    Mission to Seafarers bar and dining room where the laksa and chai will be served are accessible via the courtyard gate off the carpark on Siddely St. There is a small step to the main space but we have a ramp available that we can utilise for that. Unfortunately there are no accessible bathrooms in this part of the building, or accessible access to the Norla Dome.

    We do not have access to a HEPA filter for this show. The Norla Dome is reasonably well ventilated due to the height of the space, and we will open the doors in the breaks to provide airflow. We will bring heaters but the space is still likely to be cool. There are chairs available, if you would like to sit on the floor, please bring a cushion for your comfort. 

    Our accessibility liason person is Liz, their number is listed above. If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to get in touch with us by emailing eastmintrecords@gmail.com or calling Gen 0423877952


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