The Mosaic Festival of Arts is a new multi-artform project by artists living with a disability from Mosaic Support Services. The festival celebrates the vitality that people with a disability contribute to the creative,
The Mosaic Festival of Arts is a new multi-artform project by artists living with a disability from Mosaic Support Services. The festival celebrates the vitality that people with a disability contribute to the creative, social and cultural development of our community.
Exploring. Chaos and Creation
7:30pm Sat 26 Nov
Every beginning has an earlier beginning, and that beginning has an infinite number of beginnings. Language tries to deal with the mystery. We reach for poetry and symbols to help us in our need to know, to understand creation, but they too, fall short.
Before language, we used sound; we moved with its mystery to explore and communicate the rich terrain of our inner world. Through the beauty of sound, we can sense the primacy of creation from nothing, from chaos, or both. Though in the end, we’re still left…not knowing; accepting the ambiguity of life’s mystery.
Mosaic’s contemporary ensembles, Scrap Metal Dogs and Silver Space present their journey, Exploring. Chaos and Creation. Mick Lowenstein, AJ Webberley, Grant Pearson, Jonathan Murphy, Christian DeLa Cruz, Luke Camp-bell, Charlie Smith, William Webster, David Montgomery, Rodrigo Diaz-Icasuriaga and Steve Young create a rich improvised tapestry of sound and movement; a journey through the power and mystery of creation.
Tickets can be purchased from Mosaic at 31 Tower Rd, New Town M-F 9-5. Contact 6244 9444. Tickets may be purchased (cash only) 30 minutes prior to performance if not already sold out.
(Saturday) 7:30 am
Moonah Arts Centre
27 Albert Road, Moonah TAS 7009