No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability - New Work Exhibition

The Hawke Centre is pleased to present this celebration of No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability during the Adelaide Fringe.

Art Exhibition previously on at Kerry Packer Civic Gallery in Adelaide precinct, South Australia, Australia.
From Monday 30 January 2012 to Wednesday 07 March 2012

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No Strings Attached (NSA) is a community-based theatre company providing training programs, creative opportunities and career paths for disabled theatre artists.

This exhibition will feature images from NSA’s two major performance works in creative development. Sons & Mothers: a performance celebration of this key relationship, devised and performed by 7 men with disabilities, directed by Alirio Zavarce. POP Pictures is filming the creative process for release as a feature documentary. Knowing Home: the 15 participants are among the most marginalized people in Australia – ATSI and disabled. Most are displaced and dislocated, removed from their families in circumstances beyond their control. Each holds tightly to a longing for original home – Country, Kin, Connection. The first step in this performance journey is the creation of silk paintings of remembered ‘home’.

The artists are being mentored by Auntie Pilawuk White.

Presented during the Adelaide Fringe