Join us for a cuppa, learn about our program and enjoy a live performance
Hosted by Arts House
Wed 5 Jul
Auslan Interpreting available on prior request –
by Friday 30 June.
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensberry St,
North and West Melbourne residents and community are invited to join us for a free light morning tea on Wednesday 5 July.
Meet our team, chat with your neighbours and enjoy a live performance from cellist Zoë Barry.
You’ll also have the chance to learn about our Season 2 program as Co-Artistic Director Nithya Nagarajan and locals Lorna Hannan and Jonathan Craig chat through the performances, exhibitions and talks on offer.
We look forward to welcoming you to the sparkling, freshly painted North Melbourne Town Hall for a relaxed and welcoming morning.
About the hosts
Jonathan Craig is a writer, policy advisor, audio producer and accessibility consultant. From 2018 to 2021 he was Editor of the quarterly magazine from Blind Citizens Australia, where he was credited with transforming the publication. He has been a consultant on several Arts House projects, including co-devising The Warehouse Residency program for Deaf and Disabled artists. Jonathan is currently a member of Arts House Creative Advisory Group and Access Advisory Group.
Zoë Barry is an award-winning cellist, composer, performance maker and educator. She creates immersive installation/theatre works for multigenerational audiences. Zoë is a member of The Letter String Quartet and Iranian trio Dafta Avaal, and a collaborating artist with Back To Back Theatre. She is currently developing The Nervous Atmosphere for Arts House Season 2 program
Supported by Arts House through the City of Melbourne
Image Credit: Ruth Crow Corner, Refuge 2021. Image by Bryony Jackson