Limitless

Sam Kissajukian

6-17th September

Accessible events celebrating deaf and disabled artists.

With a dedicated hub at 107 Projects Redfern, LIMITLESS is a brand new 2 week micro-festival that celebrates Deaf and disabled artists, whilst offering an inclusive and accessible space for audiences and artists alike. Offering Auslan, relaxed performances and audio described gallery tours.

LIMITLESS

Visual Art & Design 300 paintings in lockdown
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Visual Art & Design

300 paintings in lockdown

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Wed 7 - Fri 9 Sep | 50 minutes
Music Before Breakfast
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Music

Before Breakfast

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Wed 7 - Sat 10 Sep | 1 hour
Music Rainbow Religion
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Music

Rainbow Religion

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Thu 8 - Sat 10 Sep | 1 hour
Film Bus Stop Films - Inclusively Curated.
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Film

Bus Stop Films - Inclusively Curated.

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Tue 13 - Sat 17 Sep | 1 hour
Comedy Lines of Best Fit
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Comedy

Lines of Best Fit

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Wed 14 - Fri 16 Sep | 1 hour
Comedy Crips & Creeps Comedy
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Comedy

Crips & Creeps Comedy

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Wed 14 - Fri 16 Sep | 1 hour
Theatre The Shift
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Theatre

The Shift

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Thu 15 - Sat 17 Sep | 50 minutes

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LIMITLESS VISUAL ARTISTS

Digby Webster

 

Digby Webster is a Sydney-based visual artist with a career spanning 10 years.

Digby works across a range of disciplines. He is a founding member of the Ruckus Ensemble, a contemporary performance group that create large-scale productions and has also been a production designer and performer on award-winning short films ‘‘The Interviewer’ and ‘Heartbreak and Beauty’ with Bus Stop Films.

Michelle Teear

 

Michelle Teear is an Australian artist who seeks a visual dialogue with place as a process of familiarisation of the landscape. Her practice is researched based, regularly travelling, and living outdoors as an immersive experience from which she conducts en Plein air studies and sources found natural materials.

 

Angie Goto

Angie is a Sydney-based deaf artist who loves to explore her ideas in bold and vivid colours. Angie is a full-time artist and works part-time as an Art Educator at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. This second job is very important to her as it allows her to actively engage the deaf community into the arts.

 

Eav Brennan

 

Eav creates graphics, workshops and podcasts to engage people in environmental science and finding solutions to the greatest challenges we face.

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