As part of the 40th Anniversary celebrations for Mardi Gras the ‘Museum of Love & Protest’ will be held at the National Art School from Feb 16 to Mar 4. The museum looks back across four amazing decades and presents an immersive exhibition of original costumes, photographs, rarely-seen film and video footage, iconic posters, storytelling, music and artefacts.
We’re excited to be performing on the launch night as we collaborate with local artist Todd Fuller to present ‘Songs of Love and Protest’, a live drawing and vocal performance.
This collaboration seeks to create a new performance experience, using the language of projected drawing to amplify and enhance our repertoire to create an abstract narrative reflecting the museum’s themes.
Even if you’re thinking that performance art isn’t your thing we can assure you that this will be something like you’ve never seen before, and something we’ve never done before!
Songs of Love and Protest will take place at Cell Block Theatre, National Art School, cnr Forbes and Burton Sts in Darlinghurst, on Friday 16 February from 7-8pm….and best of all, IT’S FREE!