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Friday, 1 July 2016

 at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

The Other Shore - Wei Leng Tay @ at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

Through photography, Singaporean artist Wei Leng Tay considers how socio-economics, history, family and the state intersect with experiences of displacement and self-identification. In ‘The Other Shore’, Tay interviews and photographs young Chinese migrants in Hong Kong, who increasingly confront entrenched ideas regarding ‘Mainlanders’.

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Saturday, 2 July 2016

Make A Wish Gatsby Ball @ Hellenic Club of Canberra

The Canberra volunteer branch of Make-A-Wish Australia presents The Gatsby Ball. Join us for a night of glamour and glitz, put on your dancing shoes and prepare for an unforgettable night.

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Monday, 4 July 2016

 at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

The Other Shore - Wei Leng Tay @ at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

Through photography, Singaporean artist Wei Leng Tay considers how socio-economics, history, family and the state intersect with experiences of displacement and self-identification. In ‘The Other Shore’, Tay interviews and photographs young Chinese migrants in Hong Kong, who increasingly confront entrenched ideas regarding ‘Mainlanders’.

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Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Polit Bar

Karaoke Salon @ Polit Bar

Free, fun & cozy @ Polit Bar. Every Tues from 8pm. Relax an enjoy a song and a bevvy or two with your friends. Great place to practice!

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 at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

The Other Shore - Wei Leng Tay @ at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

Through photography, Singaporean artist Wei Leng Tay considers how socio-economics, history, family and the state intersect with experiences of displacement and self-identification. In ‘The Other Shore’, Tay interviews and photographs young Chinese migrants in Hong Kong, who increasingly confront entrenched ideas regarding ‘Mainlanders’.

Click here for more info.

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Wednesday, 6 July 2016

 at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

The Other Shore - Wei Leng Tay @ at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

Through photography, Singaporean artist Wei Leng Tay considers how socio-economics, history, family and the state intersect with experiences of displacement and self-identification. In ‘The Other Shore’, Tay interviews and photographs young Chinese migrants in Hong Kong, who increasingly confront entrenched ideas regarding ‘Mainlanders’.

Click here for more info.

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Thursday, 7 July 2016

 at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

The Other Shore - Wei Leng Tay @ at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

Through photography, Singaporean artist Wei Leng Tay considers how socio-economics, history, family and the state intersect with experiences of displacement and self-identification. In ‘The Other Shore’, Tay interviews and photographs young Chinese migrants in Hong Kong, who increasingly confront entrenched ideas regarding ‘Mainlanders’.

Click here for more info.

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Friday, 8 July 2016

 at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

The Other Shore - Wei Leng Tay @ at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

Through photography, Singaporean artist Wei Leng Tay considers how socio-economics, history, family and the state intersect with experiences of displacement and self-identification. In ‘The Other Shore’, Tay interviews and photographs young Chinese migrants in Hong Kong, who increasingly confront entrenched ideas regarding ‘Mainlanders’.

Click here for more info.

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Monday, 11 July 2016

 at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

The Other Shore - Wei Leng Tay @ at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

Through photography, Singaporean artist Wei Leng Tay considers how socio-economics, history, family and the state intersect with experiences of displacement and self-identification. In ‘The Other Shore’, Tay interviews and photographs young Chinese migrants in Hong Kong, who increasingly confront entrenched ideas regarding ‘Mainlanders’.

Click here for more info.

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Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Polit Bar

Karaoke Salon @ Polit Bar

Free, fun & cozy @ Polit Bar. Every Tues from 8pm. Relax an enjoy a song and a bevvy or two with your friends. Great place to practice!

Click here to book.

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 at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

The Other Shore - Wei Leng Tay @ at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

Through photography, Singaporean artist Wei Leng Tay considers how socio-economics, history, family and the state intersect with experiences of displacement and self-identification. In ‘The Other Shore’, Tay interviews and photographs young Chinese migrants in Hong Kong, who increasingly confront entrenched ideas regarding ‘Mainlanders’.

Click here for more info.

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Wednesday, 13 July 2016

The Little Prince @ The Street Theatre

Take flight with your imagination with Spare Parts Puppet Theatre’s acclaimed production of The Little Prince adapted by Simon Clarke from the book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
With its timeless message about the importance of friendship, The Little Prince is an adventure story that celebrates the richness of human feeling and imagination.

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 at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

The Other Shore - Wei Leng Tay @ at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

Through photography, Singaporean artist Wei Leng Tay considers how socio-economics, history, family and the state intersect with experiences of displacement and self-identification. In ‘The Other Shore’, Tay interviews and photographs young Chinese migrants in Hong Kong, who increasingly confront entrenched ideas regarding ‘Mainlanders’.

Click here for more info.

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Thursday, 14 July 2016

The Little Prince @ The Street Theatre

Take flight with your imagination with Spare Parts Puppet Theatre’s acclaimed production of The Little Prince adapted by Simon Clarke from the book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
With its timeless message about the importance of friendship, The Little Prince is an adventure story that celebrates the richness of human feeling and imagination.

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 at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

The Other Shore - Wei Leng Tay @ at Australian Centre on China in the World - ANU

Through photography, Singaporean artist Wei Leng Tay considers how socio-economics, history, family and the state intersect with experiences of displacement and self-identification. In ‘The Other Shore’, Tay interviews and photographs young Chinese migrants in Hong Kong, who increasingly confront entrenched ideas regarding ‘Mainlanders’.

Click here for more info.

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Ben & Jerry's Openair Cinema is back!

by OutInCanberra

Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinema is stopping by Canberra for a massive fourth season. After being embraced by The Capital over the last few, the organisers have once again turned everything up a notch - setting up on the stunning Patrick White Lawns, by the National Library for the season which kicks off on Thursday 14th January and runs right through to Sunday 21st February 2016

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