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Program Alice Desert Festival 14-23 September 2007



Program Alice Desert Festival 14-23 September 2007

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Wednesday 19 September BEYOND SUBURBIA I Saturday 22 Adelaide House, Todd Mall See Fri 14 Sept o e p t e m u e r 11 am-4pm . 10 L | Lo Th W e 10.30am & 11,30am JAN PI DESERT WEAVING ooking for something interesting to do with your hands? hen try your hand at basket weaving with the Tjanpi Desert 'eavers at the Alice Springs Desert Park. Dont miss this great opportunity to sit with Aboriginal women in a 50-minute basket weaving workshop. Cost $15 per person plus normal entry fees. Dont forget to use your Territorian Pass to enter for FREE. If you are a Northern Territory local and dont yet have a Territorian Pass why not purchase one (Adult only $20) and enter the Desert Park for the next 12 months for FREE. Bookings in advance is recommended. Call the Park on 8951 8788 or email asdp@nt.gov.au 11am-4pm BEYOND SUBURBIA Adelaide House, Todd Mall See Fri 14 Sept 2.30pm-3pm FREE DIDGERIDOO WORKSHOPS/ DEMONSTRATIONS _ _ _ _ Sounds of Starlight Theatre, Todd Mall See Fri 14 Sept 5.30pm -8.30pm IRRKERLANTYE FESTIVAL NIGHT A night of Arrernte culture, music and art - exhibition, Drum Atweme, music and food stalls Where Irrkerlantye Learning Centre, 40 South Terrace Cost Gold coin Dusk STORY WALL Flynn Church lawns Cost FREE See Sun 16 Sept 7.30pm -10.30pm HARVEY Totem Theatre See Sat 15 Sept 7.30pm TRIPLE S SCHOOL SINGING SPECTACULAR School choirs directed by Morris Stuart with Alice Springs Strings Group directed by Jane Coleman Where Minnamurra 18 Hall, St Philips College Cost $5 adult / $10 family (2ad/2ch). Noon-4pm POROUS, LAYERS OF SEEING} Watch This Space See Fri 14 Sept Noon-3pm BUSHFOODS/WILDFOODS AWARDS LUNCH AT KUNGKAS' Celebrate and sample the bushfoods, wildfoods and other local produce of Central Australia at the Awards Lunch for this year's Recipe Competition and Culinary Challenge. Awards presented by Maggie Beer. Cost $35 (lunch & drinks) - limited places. Bookings 8953 6111 or info@alicedesertfestival.com.au 2.15pm-3.45pm SONGLINE WITH ANA WOJAK Todd River, starting at rear of Totem Theatre & travelling along the riverbed for 80 metres- a site-specific performance/ installation which travels through the landscape. The artist's body traces a metaphysical journey while relating directly to the surrounds, leaving a physical trace. Info www.anawojak. wordpress.com Cost FREE Supported by Watch This Space - www.wts.org.au Dusk STORY WALL Flynn Church lawns See Sun 16 Sept 7.30pm LATIN PASSION Jose Carbo, baritone Tarita Botsman, soprano and Glenn Amer, piano - a night of tango songs from South America and popular opera classics. Thrill to the sounds Granada, Largo al Factotum from The Barber of Seville and Tonight, Tonight from Wesf Side Story. Where Araluen Theatre Cost $30/$25 Araluen Friends/$20 conc. & groups 10 or more. Bookings 8951 1122 9.00pm-late FESTIVAL CLUB AT THE LANE FUSION DANCE PARTY High energy dance party to end the last night of the Club. A feel the beat and move your feet kinda evening. A fusion of dance party grooves ranging from latino to funk, disco, pop and techno designed to get us all on the dance floor shaking our booty. Where The Lane, Todd Mall Cost $7 27 mailto:asdp@nt.gov.au mailto:info@alicedesertfestival.com.au http://www.anawojak http://www.wts.org.au

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