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PECHA KUCHA - 'Home' at Monarch Hotel March 19th

Japanese for 'chit-chat', Pecha Kucha is an informal event, bringing together four local creatives and their response to the theme - ‘Home'

About this Event a MAP Collective event - Pecha Kucha - Home Friday 19 March 2021, 7 - 9pm Hotel Monarch, 50 Vulcan Street, Moruya 2537 Free event - All welcome. -- Japanese for chit chat, Pecha Kucha is an event that invites four local creatives to respond to the theme - 'Home' by providing an informal talk to a live audience. Home has come to mean many different things over the last year, especially for people in our region. From the need to abandon our homes during last summer’s devastating fires, to a pandemic that forced us inside our home. Featuring:

  • Alice Ansara (Actor)

  • Isabel Darling (Film maker)

  • Jennifer Hawkins (Artist)

  • Julie Janson (Author)

with intro by MAP Collective -- ABOUT MAP: The brainchild of three local artists, Lee Grant, Liz McCrystal and Cat Wilson, MAP is an artist-led collective established to support practice and cultivate creative and cultural events and activities within Eurobodalla. We are a small collective of ambitious thinkers who believe in taking risks, exploring process and enjoy responding to challenges. MAP is contemporary: We love art that responds to the world and challenges us. Contemporary art can be serious, but doesn’t have to take itself too seriously, it can be fun, playful, experimental, interesting, challenging, quirky and accessible. Art is also about trying new things, exploring and experimenting, we don’t always know how something will work out, but that is part of the fun! MAP is fluid and responsive: Working in different locations throughout the region as opportunities, partnerships and collaborations evolve. MAP is outside the box: We believe that art doesn’t have to happen inside of a frame or within the walls of a gallery and theatre. We want to explore the possibilities of art outside of these traditional spaces, by taking events out into the community: to pubs, shop-fronts and open spaces. MAP is for everyone: We believe art is an integral part of life. We believe, art can bring our community together to listen, share stories, connect, support and inspire one another. Our mantra: More Art Please... REGISTER HERE

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