Teeny Tiny sisters get artistic 

Teeny Tiny Stevies, sisters Bethany and Sibylla Stephen… The Playhouse, January 8.

Arts editor HELEN MUSA has information of Teeny Tiny Stevies on this week’s “Arts within the Metropolis”.

ARIA-winner, Teeny Tiny Stevies, sisters Bethany and Sibylla Stephen, will carry out a mixture of fan favourites and new materials from their new album, “Find out how to be Inventive”, 10 songs for teenagers protecting learn how to overcome self-doubt, strive new issues and work with others. The Playhouse, 10.30am, Sunday, January 8. 

Honor Webster-Mannison… Canberra Youth Theatre’s Rising Playwright Fee winner.

CANBERRA Youth Theatre has introduced that its latest Rising Playwright Fee has gone to Victoria-based playwright Honor Webster-Mannison, for the play “$7.48”, which was chosen from greater than 60 submissions from each state and territory. The fee provides an rising playwright $16,500 to create a brand new, full-length work that brings the voices and tales of youth to the stage. The opposite finalists, Rebecca Duke and Jamie Hornsby can even obtain $1500 every. 

YOUTH Theatre has an attractive trio of vacation applications: “Conscience and Temptation” for varsity years 1 to six, the place individuals play dramatic characters that grapple with ethical dilemmas; “Shipwrecked!”, January 16-19, additionally for years 1 to six, the place individuals discover being washed up on a abandoned island; and “Scene Stealers”, January 16-18, for varsity years 7 to 10, an exploration of the actor’s course of. 

TO coincide with its exhibition “Viewfinder: Pictures from the Seventies to Now”, the Nationwide Library has partnered with PhotoAccess for a school-holiday workshop the place kids aged 8-15 can expertise producing a cyanotype print by means of a really early photo-imaging course of developed within the 1840s utilizing the solar, and innocent chemical response patterns and shapes will be captured. 

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NANCY Sever Gallery is exhibiting “Terrain”, portray, drawing, images, set up and video by artist Janenne Eaton. who appears to be like at a few of the key signifiers of our consumer-led, info-centric society. Stage 1, 131 Metropolis Stroll, Civic, till January 29.

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