Ibis

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Sunday 6 October , 12:00 pm – 2.00pm

Newcastle Museum Newcastle Museum, Workshop Way, Newcastle NSW, Australia
  • Family friendly
  • Performance

The spectacle of a giant, roving ibis puppet wandering around the Newcastle Museum. The puppet interacts with the audience and the audience are invited to participate. Themes of Novacastrian adaptability and co-existing perceptions of Newcastle personified through a giant, roving Bin Chicken.

This work was developed through Tantrum Youth Arts’ Trajectory Residency Program, which is supported by City of Newcastle and Create NSW, and is part of the GENERATE program – a partnership between Tantrum and Crack Festival, supported by Create NSW.

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Newcastle Museum
Newcastle Museum, Workshop Way, Newcastle NSW, Australia

Newcastle Museum

Newcastle Museum, Workshop Way, Newcastle NSW, Australia

Newcastle Museum is an accessible venue with level entrance. Reserved parking and accessible bathrooms.  

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