FUSE, Darebin’s new Arts Festival, is on this autumn.
Running from the 11th March until the 28th of March, you are invited to join the showcase, the richness and diversity of Darebin’s arts community.
Visit an exhibition, attend live music and theatre, participate in a workshop or art walk, or discover the hidden events and unexpected happenings that are part of FUSE.
Program highlights include:
The Art of Storytelling in Song – A performance in conversation with Mick Thomas and Jessie Lloyd at Preston Reservoir Bowls Club, Friday 19 March.
Suburban Vintage, an exhibition at Darebin Arts Centre by award winning photographer Laki Sideris, illuminating the traditions and personalities behind Darebin’ amateur homemade wine competition. (20-27 March.)
Women of Soul, a special ten-year anniversary musical event celebrating the resilience of female artists in Darebin.
The premiere screening of Ganbu Gulin: One Mob, a moving documentary that tells the story of Darebin’s decision to cease celebrations on 26 January. Preston City Hall, 13 March.
Paradise Lots, a live theatre experience from experimental theatre company Pony Cam, and a group of young artists. See an urban carpark transformed into a large-scale performance space and challenge your unchecked assumptions about youth. 19-21 March (location details on registration)
For full program details visit https://www.fusedarebin.com.au Most events are free.
No matter who you are, you’re bound to discover something that moves, intrigues or connects you. FUSE Darebin.