Going into bat for the Aboriginal First XI of 1868

“Clodagh, Waiben Thursday Island” element 2022, photographic print on nice artwork paper with handcrafted dye by Claire Leitia Reynolds, .

The weekend’s stuffed with vigorous arts occasions. HELEN MUSA previews a few of them right here in her “Artsday” column.

“WE Are One – The First XI”, celebrating the journey of the all Going into bat for Aboriginal First XI of 1868, by means of movie and images, includes interviews by Sasha Parlett and portraits created by artist Claire Letitia Reynolds and options present Australian indigenous cricketers, direct descendants of the First XI, and Elders from mainland Australia and the Torres Strait. The photographs have been created utilising analogue and digital processes, with handcrafted dyes from native Australian species. PhotoAccess, Manuka Arts Centre, till February 11.

THE Younger Music Society is promoting off a variety of pre-loved musical devices to the general public from the YMS Workplaces, 21 Bingle Road Flynn, 10am-4pm, Saturday (January 14) and Saturday. January 21.

“THE Sleeping Magnificence” tells the story of a ravishing princess who should sleep for 100 years till woke up by real love’s kiss. This narrated model from the Australian Ballet’s “Storytime” program goals to have youngsters dancing of their seats to Tchaikovsky’s rating, they usually’re inspired to decorate up. The Playhouse, January 13-15.

CIRCUS Of Phantasm, created by illusionist and Australia’s Bought Expertise finalist Michael Boyd is at Canberra Theatre Centre on Saturday and Sunday (January 14 and 15).

At glassworks. Untitled, 2022 by Shirley Jianzhen Wu. Photograph: Michael Haines.

CANBERRA Glassworks is now exhibiting “Web Price”, glass artwork by rising and early profession artists educated at ANU College of Artwork & Design and the College of SA artwork college, till February 26.

4 Winds Music Pageant has prolonged the early chicken tickets for the 2023 Easter music pageant till January 17. The three days of music contains music outside within the Sound Shell amphitheatre, a night-time live performance below the complete moon, or late-night jazz within the Windsong Pavilion.

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