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MUD 9

25/11/2021

This month's guest curator is Thea Martin, who extends their MUD set as an invitation to all.

Straddling the boundaries between workshop and performance, they strive to create a space where everyone's voice is essential and heard through sonic meditations and spacious sound worlds.

The boundaries between audience and the band will be dissolved as together, all explore a series of text scores (musical scores made solely out of language, like cookbook instructions or poetry) that allow for the relationship of audience, to performer, to composer, to space - to be flexible, entwined and open.

Thea will be joined by an exciting group of emerging musicians; Maria Zhdanovich (flute), Clara Gillam Grant (cello), Brandon Bartholomeusz (saxophone), Miles Farnan (percussion) and Sam Wilson (electric bass).


6pm - doors + food!*
7pm - Artist discussion with Thea and co
7:30pm - Thea and band
8:30pm - break! say hello!
9pm-ish+ - open stage, bring your instrument

Read more in this month’s Newsletter ︎︎︎

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©MUD ARTS 2022
Site design by Emrah Is
We hold this space on
the unceded land of the
Kaurna people.

We acknowledge them
as the custodians of this
wonderful place and will
always try to do our work
in solidarity with the anticolonial
struggle.

Always was, always will be.