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See unwanted junk come alive in exciting and surprising ways

Come join the Junkyard Beats team on 2 June as they transform ordinary household items into extraordinary, booty-shaking musical instruments!

These family-friendly workshops are presented as a part of Conversation Starters: Temperature Rising, a weekend of art, discussion and action.

Held at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia at 11:30, 1pm and 4pm, the Junk Percussion Workshops will show you and your little one how to turn buckets, broomsticks, kitchen utensils, plastic bags or even your own body into a musical instrument! It is sure to be a captivating experience combining dance, theatre and comedy!

The workshops are recommended for children aged 4 to collaborate with their grown-up.

Tickets are now on sale through www.mca.com.au.


Plan your visit by heading to www.mca.com.au

About Junkyard Beats

Junkyard Beats is renowned for dynamic rhythm performances and workshops filled with imagination, humour, fun and creativity. They present a series of high-energy routines that include body percussion, fire drumming, junk percussion, pyrotechnics and hilarious skits. Their family-friendly shows draw on inspiration from everyday life, the streets and the junkyard. The group has been booked for private, corporate and public events throughout Australia from Sydney to Perth.

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When: 11:30, 1pm & 4pm, 2 June
Where: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, 140 George St, The Rocks NSW 2000
Cost: Family tickets from $14
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