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NYWF Ball x Crack X Mega Art Party

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Saturday 29 September , 8:00 pm – 11.30pm

Watt Space Gallery 20 Auckland St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia
  • 18+
  • Special Event

It’s a ball. It’s an art party. It’s all happening.

Special guests WE DONT DANCE invite local music, arts and social justice group The Y Project who will light up the dance floor with projection from artist Bleck Gletter and music from locals INPUT and local DJ artist Rachel Maria Cox (solo). NYWF festival artists / DJ’s Allison Gallagher (Sports Bra), Jared Richards (Sleepless in Sydney, FBI Radio) and Marcus Whale (BV and Collarbones) will also be serving up some funky tunes in the Ball room for you to shake your booty to.

The theme is out! WRITTEN IN THE STARS alludes to romance, fate and destiny. Or perhaps you are a sci-fi nerd wishing to come dressed as your favourite fictional alien character. MAYBE you might even like to come dressed as what you want to be when you grow up! Embrace it! Manifest it! Raid your parents wardrobe or op shop til you drop!

Folks, just a reminder that this gathering will occur on Awabakal land, we will not be tolerating discrimination, abusive and/or dangerously intoxicated behaviour and we ask that attendees remain respectful and looking out for each other.

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venue

Watt Space Gallery
20 Auckland St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia

Watt Space Gallery

20 Auckland St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia

Watt Space Gallery is an accessible venue with ramp or steps entrance, with reserved parking and accessible toilet.

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Crack Theatre Festival Inc acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands of the Awabakal and Worimi people. We offer our respect to the Elders of these traditional lands and, through them, to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.