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Alice desert festival : official program

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Title

Alice desert festival : official program

Creator

Red Hot Arts Central Australia

Collection

Alice desert festival; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Alice desert festival

Date

2010

Notes

Date:2010; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT); This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Festivals -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs

Publisher name

Red Hot Arts Central Australia

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Series

Alice desert festival

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Red Hot Arts Central Australia

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/247566

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/575461

Related items

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/575459

Page content

Wombat Stew The childrens book Wombat Stew, with illustrations by Lulo Reinhardt 26 Alice Desert Festival 2010 Asante Sana, Alices own musical Tour de Force, will perform its now familiar brand of music in the magical Trephina Gorge. Seventy voices will be joined in harmony, building bridges across cultures in the community through their singing and their song. Asante Sana will offer their rendition of stirring African harmonies, ballads, and songs inspired by life in the Red Centre and led by powerhouse Morris Stuart. The choir will also share the bill with other local performers and there may even be a surprise or two! Trephina Gorge is one of Central Australias best kept secrets: beautiful, majestic, ancient, a magnificent soundshell and an all-around wonderful place in which to celebrate the end of the festival with this much anticipated annual event, which has become a favourite of locals and visitors alike. at Trephina GorgeAsante Sana 3pm Sun 19 Sept T rephina Gorge Taste entries from the solar oven bake-off, check out interactive displays, speak to the experts, be intrigued and inspired by local inventors and innovators. Arrive early for bird watching and the best of the huge native plant sale. Enjoy breakfast in this exquisite setting. Participate in the free workshop program from gardening tips to bush foods and solar options. There is a craft fair, childrens activities and much more. Linger over lunch in the beautiful surrounds of the Olive Pink Botanic Garden with an acoustic line up of Alice Desert Festival sounds from Mik Cafe, Jeannette Wormald and Scozzie presenting Thonglines. Learn. Participate. Create. Enjoy. www.alec.org.au DesertSMARTDesertSMARTEco Fair 7am2pm Sat 18 Se pt Olive Pink Bot anic Garden, Tunck s Rd Learn about local sustainability and desertSMART living in the arid zone. iNTuneMusic ConferenceALICE SPRINGS The theatre production by Gary Ginivan. Attractions is a mouth -watering combination of story-telling, mime, music, dance and puppetry. The story has been cleverly developed into a true-blue-dinky-di-big-aussie -musical complete with blobs of mud, very fine feathers, creepy crawlies, fliesss, gum-nuts and a big bubbling Part of the NT Music Month and coinciding with the Ali ce Desert Festival, iNTune Alice Sprin gs is a music conference th at brings together local and intersta te music industry represen tatives to participate in forums, wor kshops, showcases and r oundtable sessions focused on the g rowth and development o f Central Australian Music. More info: www.intune.net.a u, Music NT 08 89520322. iNTune Pamela Lofts is the simple story of a dingo who catches a wombat and decides to make wombat stew. 10-12, Sept Totem Theatre, Snow Kenn a Park $25 including tea and coffee. Tickets on the doo r. 6pm Sat 18 Sept, 10am,1pm, Mon 20 S ept Araluen Theatre, Larapinta Dr Adults:$20 Araluen Members:$1 8 Concession:$18 Students:$15 HERMANNSBURG billy can! Alice Desert Festival 2010 27


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