The Arts House is celebrating its 10th birthday with a huge Future Future bash at the North Melbourne Town Hall.
Starting at 7.30pm on Friday 3rd July, the Arts House team is turning the North Melbourne Town Hall into a creative playground of the future. An exciting showcase of live music, including new millennium beats to keep you dancing, light, sound and short performances, is sure to tantalise your every sense and whet your appetite for more live, visual and performance art.
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Enjoy contemporary art in all its visual and auditory glory while taking a leap with the Arts House into what the next decade may hold.
Artists include Forces, Evelyn Morris (Pikelet), Mark Atkins, Paddy Mann (Grand Salvo), Alisdair Macindoe, James Batchelor, Nat Grant, Satsuki Odamura, Katie Sfetkidis and more.
While there be sure to check out the retrospective exhibition, Future Past, an exhibition/installation of videos, images and written documentation presented by the Arts House over the last ten years.
Co-curated by choreographer Antony Hamilton and Australian Art Orchestra Artistic Director Peter Knight, this event runs between 7.30pm to 11.30pm at the North Melbourne Town Hall, 521 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne.
Entry to this event is FREE, however bookings are essential via the website artshouse.com.au
Well known for being one of Melbourne's most exciting presenters of contemporary performance, live art, installation and multidisciplinary works, Arts House is a platform for local, national and international experimental performing and interactive arts. As such, The Arts House has a jam-packed program of events. Full details and subscription to their newsletter is available on the website and Facebook Page.
The exhibition is open from Friday 3rd July to Friday 18th December, Tuesday to Friday between 10am – 4pm. Closed public holidays.