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    TAPE IT! 2652 l TARCUTTA VILLAGE

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    TAPE IT! 2652
    PRESENTED BY ARTIST BRIONY BARR


    Imagine a drawing that has become bored of paper and wandered off the page in search of new adventure. . . Welcome to TAPE IT! 2652.

    Over two days of the Autumn school holidays, we will be experimenting with expanded, collaborative drawing, using colourful Washi tape to draw on the floor and walls of the Tarcutta Memorial Hall!

    TAPE IT! 2652 will feature both free-drawing areas and rule-based regions. And on the last session of the installation, the un-drawing stage will begin! Participants will be invited to create new objects and sculptures out of ripped up tape and recycled cardboard. . . Sometimes deconstruction is just another stage of the creative process!


    Venue:
    Tarcutta Memorial Hall
    26 Sydney Street
    *Physically accessible building*


    Dates + Timings:

    Session 1: Monday 15 April, 10AM to 12PM
    Session 2:
    Monday 15 April, 1PM to 3PM
    Session 3: Tuesday 16 April, 10AM to 12PM
    Session 4 Undrawing:
    Tuesday 16 April, 1PM to 3PM


    Entry Cost:
    Free entry l Bookings essential
    *Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times*
    Colourful tape and scissors supplied.


    NOTE: If you are feeling unwell please stay home, rest and get better soon.

    We are committed to hosting inclusive and accessible events for everyone. If you need this information in another format or have any questions, please contact the Community Development Team on 1300 292 442 or email community@wagga.nsw.gov.au


    TAPE IT! 2652 was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, which supports the arts in regional and remote Australia.


    THIS EVENT IS PART OF 2024 YOUTH WEEK
    Full program details wagga.nsw.gov.au/youth-week


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