Choristers have fun with Christmas spirit

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THIS Sunday, Helen Swan’s exquisite Resonants’ choir is presenting a family Christmas choral celebration, with proceeds going to Pediatrics at the Canberra Hospital (PatCH). They’ll be singing “Old MacDonald,” “I’m a train,” “Teddy bears’ picnic” and carols. 

The Resonants
You can even bring your teddy bear and meet Santa. At the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture,15 Blackall StreetBarton, 3pm Sunday, December 2, tickets at the door.

CANBERRA water colour artist Isla Patterson is opening her studio for a pre-Christmas exhibition featuring paintings of local scenery, including the Brindabella Hills and the Murrumbidgee River, at 10 Mainoru Place, Hawker, 10am to 4pm, until Saturday, December  1.

MEANTIME over at gallery@bcs the “Piece of Mind” series continues with “Moments of Myself,” a collection of personal stories and reflections from the lives of local community members in celebration of International Day of People with Disability.

The artworks gallery coordinator Ben Drysdale says it is “an amazing collection of self-reflective pieces that capture the interests, passions, and personal histories of the artists in a delightful demonstration of creativity and individuality.”

At Belconnen Community Centre,Swanson Court, Belconnen, 9am-4:30pm Monday – Friday.

AT ANCA Gallery,1 Rosevear Pl, Dickson until December 2, Wednesday – Sunday noon to 5pm David Flanagan is exhibiting aerial images in the form of fibre based warm tone silver gelatin print photos under the title “Grain”.

 

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