Presented by Moogahlin Performing Arts and Blacktown Arts for Sydney Festival. ‘Broken Glass’ is a powerful installation and performance work that illuminates the rituals of death and mourning in New South Wales and Victorian First Peoples communities.
Have you voted for your favourite artwork in the 2017 Blacktown City Art Prize? Everyone is invited to visit @BlacktownCityArtPrize on Instagram to vote for their favourite artwork!
Presented alongside ‘Broken Glass’, Moogahlin Performing Arts and Blacktown Arts will host an artist talk, a discussion about death and bereavement presented by Joseph Medcalf Funeral Services and installation visits to St Bartholomew’s.
The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre has closed for the year and will reopen to the public on Tuesday, 2 January 2018. Join us again in the New Year as we continue to make art inspired by the cultural and physical landscape of Blacktown!
For those who have purchased tickets to the world premiere of ‘Broken Glass‘, there is strictly no parking on site at St. Bartholomew’s Church and Cemetery. A free wheelchair accessible shuttle bus will transport patrons from The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre.
“To Leo Kelly, the promotion and stature of the arts in Blacktown, and in Western Sydney generally, was so much more. It was a statement about the calibre and creativity of our people”