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Alan Pomeroy’s work at Tin Shed Art Group’s show, “Daydreams”.
Alan Pomeroy’s work at Tin Shed Art Group’s show, “Daydreams”.
THE Tin Shed Art Group’s 19th annual show, “Daydreams”, is at the Watson Art Centre, 10am-4pm, Wednesday-Sunday, until November 9. The 10 exhibiting artists, Mort Schipp, Alan Pomeroy, Ian Sharpe, Ken Miller, Peggy Spratt, Jacquie Rogers, Tricia Wheatstone, Clare Hughes, Jenny Adams and Joan Costanzo, tell us they’re “daydreaming about dust dragons”.

IN “Body and Soul”, the next free Sunday concert at the High Court (1pm-2pm, on November 2), choral group Rhythm Syndicate will join Cris Clucas with the Dirk Zeylmans Trio in jazz classics, no bookings needed.

SEVENTEEN of Warehouse Circus’ high-flying young artists are home playing a triumphant return season of their show “Refract” after wowing audiences at Pact Centre for Emerging Artists in Erskineville. “Nobody in Sydney really knew who Warehouse Circus were before this tour,” says director Nathan Anderson. At Belconnen Community Theatre, 2.30pm and 7.30pm, on November 7. Bookings to

CANBERRA School of Bollywood Dancing’s eighth annual dance production, “A Ticket to India”, is taking off (theatrically) for Delhi, Varanasi, Chennai, Kerala and Mumbai. At Gungahlin College Theatre 5.30pm-7.30 pm, on Sunday, November 2. Bookings to

Marcela Fiorillo… at the School of Music on Saturday, November 8.
Marcela Fiorillo… at the School of Music on Saturday, November 8.
PIANIST Marcela Fiorillo will be at the Larry Sitsky Room, at the School of Music, 7.30pm, on Saturday, November 8 performing works by Peter Sculthorpe, “Five Tango Etudes” by Argentine composer Martin Kutnowski and Fiorillo’s own composition the “Weereewa Suite”. Bookings to marcela?

SOUTHSIDE Community Services, which operates “Gallery on Southside” is about to host the “Unloved Art Exchange”, with “no-longer-quite-so-loved” on sale; 9am-5pm weekdays, October 30-November 10.

ELECTRIC Shadows Bookshop, 40 Mort Street, Braddon, has signed copies of “A Little Light Leunig: a selection from four decades of Leunig cartoons” for purchase at its Electric Wall on Sunday, November 2 at 3pm. All welcome.

ACT porcelain artists will be demonstrating and exhibiting their art in the Villaggio Sant’ Antonio Community Room, 35 Burkitt Street, Page, 10am-4pm, on November 8 and 9. The official opening by Painting with Parkinsons founder Nancy Tingey is at 6pm on Friday, November 7. All welcome. Gold coin entry will be donated to Parkinson’s ACT.



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