Altar'd Lament - Masonik

Published by: Heathcote Cultural Precinct | 25-Feb-2020
Opening 27 March 6-8pm. Exhibiting in the PROJECT SPACE, Altar'd Lament examines migration, diaspora culture and history. It is produced by Masonik, a multi-disciplinary art collective, and features live music, video projection, and spoken-word performance alongside an immersive art installation.
Venue: Heathcote Cultural Precinct
Address: 60 Duncraig Road, Applecross WA 6153
Date: 28 March - 26 April 2020
Time: Tue-Fri 10am-3pm, Sat/Sun 12-4pm
Ticket: Free entry
Call: 9364 5666
The exhibition centres on the history of rebetiko, a form of Greek popular music that emerged from the 1922 destruction of the city of Smyrna. Masonik presents this tradition as simultaneously fragile and resilient, comforting and threatening, and an important cultural refuge for the exiled.

About Heathcote Cultural Precinct (HCP)

Heathcote Cultural Precinct acknowledges the Beeliar people of the Noongar Nation on which Heathcote is built. We recognise their continuing connection to the land, waters and community of this area and pay our respects to their elders past, present and future in the spirit of reconciliation.

The City of Melville's Heathcote Cultural Precinct is situated at Point Heathcote/Kooyagoordup on the site of the former Heathcote Mental Reception Home in Applecross and is now a heritage-listed public space.

It features the Heathcote Gallery, a contemporary art gallery with rotating exhibitions of new and recent work by emerging and established artists, and the Heathcote Museum dedicated to the site's history, as well as artists studios, an Artist in Residency program, stunning venues for hire and numerous public workshops and events. It is also home to a world-class restaurant and one of the most popular, award-winning playgrounds in the metropolitan area.

Extra info:
Free Parking
Disability access to all buildings
On site Restaurant
Public and accessible toilets
Public playground
Free Gallery/Museum/Shop
No dogs on upper lands
Dogs welcome on lower lands and on the river foreshore

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