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What's coming up at COPACC?

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Flinders QuartetWednesday, 27 September 2017 | 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM BUY TICKETS A colourful chamber concert, coffee & cakeCoffee & cake: 10:30am COPACC brings the Flinders Quartet to the theatre on Wednesday, September 27 at 11am.
The quartet is one of Australia’s best known and loved chamber music ensembles and is regularly invited to perform at festivals throughout Australia, often in association with some of the country’s finest talentssuch as Slava Grigoryan, who performed here early this year in the Grigoryan Brothers. FQ have toured to the UK, Singapore, Finland, Sweden and Canada, andall 4 members of Flinders Quartet have a strong commitment to the development of Australian chamber music as well as its musicians and audiences.

Limelight Magazine had this to say about them:  “Their shading, rhythmic pliability and tautness of ensemble are impeccable.” RUNNING TIME: 2 hours  See what the Flinders Quartet got up to in 2016 in the video below:

Love Songs - Kate Ceberano &…

Collaborative community mural project with Gunditjmara artist, Joey Chatfield - GET INVOLVED!

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A few weeks back, a collaborative community mural project kicked off as part of the enLIGHTen Me Small Town Transformation project. The mural project, led by Gunditjmara artist, Joey Chatfield, will lead to a wonderful 7 metre long mural that tells the story of Birregurra and it's relationship to the Birregurra Hall. Once complete, it will be erected in the landscape surrounding the hall. Birregurra Community Arts Group is a proud partner of this project and it was wonderful to see lots of BCAG members dipping their toe into the project and learning how to interpret stories into a rich visual canvas using traditional symbolism. The first session was attended by 42 participants including a whole bunch of talented local artists. It was a fabulous session with some real magic made by everyone. The session was about exploring symbols and stories and knocking up a mini canvas of work. And it's amazing what can happen in just a few short hours. 
See if you can interpret the stories …