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Video Release of Art Matters – A Tall Story Project

Video Release of Art Matters – A Tall Story Project

Art Matters has released its video of A Tall Story Project – the successful second project for the Art Matters group in 2016.

A Tall Story Project was a large puppetry and performance project under the premise of creating a gigantic tale of super powers achieving the super impossible. Performances for the project were held at the Tristate Games, as part of the celebrations in Nhill for the International Day of People with a Disability and at Axis Worx Horsham.

The project was facilitated by local visual artist Anthony Pelchen, dance artist Amy Anselmi and videographic artist David Bowe with special guest artists Mary French from Natimuk and Trevor Flinn from Dunkeld. Other groups supporting the artists were from Cooinda in Nhill, Woodbine in Warracknabeal and Grahams Bridge Road in Horsham.

The Art Matters Tall Story project was made possible by the Australian Governments Regional Arts Fund, which gives all Australians wherever they live, better access to opportunities to practise and experience the arts. The Regional Arts Fund is administered in Victoria by Regional Arts Victoria.

Art Matters is a Horsham Rural City Council initiative. The Art Matters Tall Story project is also supported through Wimmera Rural Access, Wimmera Health Care Group, Wimmera Uniting Care, Cooinda, and Woodbine.

The Art Matters Tall Story project was made possible by the Australian Governments Regional Arts Fund, which gives all Australians wherever they live, better access to opportunities to practise and experience the arts. The Regional Arts Fund is administered in Victoria by Regional Arts Victoria.

Art Matters is a Horsham Rural City Council initiative. The Art Matters Tall Story project is also supported through Wimmera Rural Access, Wimmera Health Care Group, Wimmera Uniting Care, Cooinda, and Woodbine.

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