1 - 17 November. Main St, Blacktown.
A curated evening of experiences.
From 6pm on Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays.
RIGHT HERE. RIGHT NOW. features performance, installation, music, film and food in a 3.5-hour contemporary place-based experience in the heart of Blacktown.
Across three weekends in November we welcome you to experience a suite of new works developed by local and international artists and presented in Blacktown restaurants and arcades.
Immerse yourself in an aural world of late night phones calls and philosophical musings; be wowed by handwoven trampolines created with the community; hear the rhythm of the suburb in two new percussion compositions; reflect on First People’s stories and the history of place and share fine food with new friends at a local restaurant.
Your hosts for the evening will be the inimitable Kween G, Nancy Denis and Nitin Vengurlekar who will ensure you’re suitably guided through the experience – from the moment you arrive to the time that you leave.
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We suggest booking early as capacity for this experience is strictly limited.
See you (t)here!
A $59* ticket to RIGHT HERE. RIGHT NOW. includes a 3.5 hour guided experience through the full program of works** and a group dinner at a local Blacktown restaurant. Family tickets are available for $139* and include 2 adult tickets and 2 children aged 12-17.
The guided experiences run from 6pm to 9:30pm on all dates. Latecomers will be able to join the experience but may miss out on parts of the program.
*All bookings incur a small booking fee. **Those wishing to join in the Feminist Killjoys Reading Group open session must book a Saturday ticket on November 3, 10 or 17 and come early for a 4pm start.
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MEMORIES FROM THIS PLACE
Uncle Wes Marne
Sit with local Elder Uncle Wes and listen to his memories of Blacktown from last week, to last year to last century.
FEMINIST KILLJOYS READING GROUP
Rajni Shah & Collaborators
You’re invited to join the Feminist Killjoys Reading Group for an afternoon of conversation, questioning, and listening.