Auslan Creative Program Announcement
Arts Northern Rivers have released an exciting announcement for the Auslan Creative program. Taking place in September over the course of four days, Creative will present workshops, exhibitions and events engaging both deaf and hearing participants.
The Queerlectro Pop group, Alter Boy, will be travelling all the way from Perth to take part in the program. In a theatrical whirl of performance art, choreography and costume, the dance band queerifies religious iconography. Three of its members are Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing and all songs are performed in Auslan.
Tickets are now available for the all ages event to be held at the Lismore City bowls club from 7-11pm on September 25th.
Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Artist Educators, Angie Goto and Cara Macleod, will be contributing to the program by leading a professional development program for staff from the regional gallery network of Northern Rivers.
Northern Rivers Performing Arts (NORPA) will be working with Auslan Stage Left and Second Nature Strategies to interpret a classic Shakespeare comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Tickets for this event are available online and through the NORPA Box Office. The event will be held on Thursday 23rd September.
The full Auslan Creative program is set to be released in August. For tickets and further information visit
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