MOBILE MOMENTS ON TOUR OCTOBER 2015

 

MOBILE MOMENTS 4.0 

Created by Sarah Nelson. Presented by Performing Lines WA

 

ON THE ROAD | Sarah Nelson is packing up the trike and taking Mobile Moments touring to the south west of Australia alongside The Skeletal System's theatre season of Great White. 

 

An immersive one-on-one experience, Mobile Moments is a film portraiture project that celebrates the people of a place. Hop of the bike...let's share a ride! We'll talk about the little things, the big things or anything in between. While we ride, and with your consent, you will be filmed and your image will be used to create a short film celebrating you and the people that make your town unique.

 

The short film will be screened online and in the foyer of your local performing arts centre venue in conjunction with Great White.

 

So jump on! It's free, it's fun and it's all about you.

 

 

SOUTH WEST WA LOCATION & DATES:

Mandurah - Sunday 10th October 

 

Albany - Monday 19th October

7.30am - 10.30am at Middleton Beach.

Look out for the bike around Dog Beach footpath and along Flinder's Lane to Ellen Cove Boardwalk.

Back out in the afternoon 1pm-3pm along York Street and around Albany Entertainment Centre cycle path along Bay.

 

Margaret River - Friday 23 October

9.00-12.30 cycle path from White Elephant Cafe

2-4pm Margaret River Skate Park to Ruether Park

 

Saturday 24 October

Farmers Market Central TAFE campus 8.30-10.30am
 

 

 

 

 

Mobile Moments acknowledges the Bindjareb people as the original inhabitants and traditional owners of the land in and around Mandurah.

 

Mobile Moments respectfully acknowledges the Wadandi and Pibulmun people as the original inhabitants and traditional owners of the land in and around the Shire of Augusta Margaret River

 

Mobile Moments respectfully acknowledge the Menang people as the original inhabitants and traditional owners of the land in and around the Shire of Albany.

 

We recognise the Bindjareb, Wadandi, Pibulmun and the Menang people and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging  

 It is a privilege to be standing on Noongar country.

 

 

by sarah nelson - roadtheatre@gmail.com

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