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GLEBE TOWN HALL
A space for cultures and arts to mix and dialogue.
11:00am - 5:00pm
WHAT? A place for cultures and arts to mix and dialogue. A collective meeting to share experiences from ours or our parents' cultures, which could involve stories, traditions and points of view about transcendental things such as births, deaths, love, migrants experiences, language barriers, etc.
Artist: Cotis Cibils
160 St Johns Rd, Glebe NSW 2037
I am an interdisciplinary artist from Argentina (South America) with Spanish roots, but quite Italian in my ways. My practice is based in contemporary dance, photography and video. Graduate in Combined Artistic languages, my focus is not only to mix up artistic languages but also to open up a space to celebrate diversity and encourage communication between cultures.
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