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The work of Melbourne based cellist Stephanie Arnold combines music performance with oral histories and storytelling.
A first for the PSMF, Stephanie has created this work through interviews with local indigenous visual artists from the Peninsula’s own urban Aboriginal community arts centre, Baluk Arts.
Their art practice and their stories come to life in a collaboration with musician Eleanor Dixon from the remote Northern Territory community of Marlinja.
Together they will create a musical work of song and story in the intimate Whistlewood Gallery.
Art works from Baluk Arts artists will be hung in the gallery especially for this performance.
Please be advised there will be limited seating for this event, the performance is designed to be experienced whilst exploring the gallery, viewing the paintings and hearing the music.
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website
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