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Artist Talk - SALT, a collaboration with enLIGHTen Me Birregurra - Sat 14th April 2pm

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Barking Spider Visual Theatre-SALT, a collaboration Come and listen to the artists talk about SALT and the collaboration

Saturday 14 April  2pm at WINDOWSPACE-BEEAC 
79 Main Street, Beeac


In the meantime, drive by look through the window both day and night and see the story, the glistening salt, lights and shadows and imagine.  
lights on 31 March  1-29 April 2018




SALT plays with the dream world. This is a dream of another time and place- A place where the impossible to possible and the improbable is 
likely

What you will see........


When you look in the window of WINDOWSPACE-BEEAC, you will see, illuminated, a debutante dress.  This dress is hovering, floating above a bed of glittering, sparkling salt.  This dress is not static though.  As if inhabited by the ghost of a long forgotten dancer, the dress rotates, slowly around and around. The dancer - the imagined young woman in the dress, is changeling: transforming from human to Brolga - or is it the other way round?

Within the dress itself appea…

Tickets still available for Festival of Small Halls - 3.30 Sunday 8th April at Birregurra Hall

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Woodfordia Inc in partnership with
Port Fairy Folk Festival and the National Folk Festival
presents
CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE TICKETS  or grab them offline at Dymond & Dymond (Main St Birregurra)
or at Birregurra Community Health Centre.
Any unsold tickets will be available at the door but get in quick as there are limited seats.

Click for more info about Festival of Small Halls

ABOUT CLAIRE ANNE TAYLOR

Taylor crafts soulful folk songs that capture both the beautiful and dark elements of the human experience. Her music ranges from warm, mesmerising ballads to epic anthems. With vivid storytelling, colossal vocals and a powerfully captivating stage presence, her live shows leave the audience in no doubt that they have just witnessed something extraordinary. After winning the Byron Bluesfest Busking Competition, Taylor relocated to Byron Bay to record her debut album, Elemental. Released in 2016, Elemental received widespread critical acclaim with The Sydney Morning Herald describing it as “str…