We're pleased to announce that Bendigo's Centre For Non-Violence are our Project Partner for The Belly Dancer project! We met yesterday with CNV CEO Margaret Augerinos to discuss possibilities for a partnership between them and Tripwire on The Belly Dancer project. Set in Bendigo in 2015, the play follows a young couple as their relationship falls … Continue reading Centre for Non-Violence sign on for The Belly Dancer!
Our first ever AGM was a great day of celebration, sharing, song and big plans for the future. You can view our Annual Report online or contact us to have a hard copy sent to you. We bid welcome to our newest Active Members Nell Jeandet, Mark Collins, Simon Carroll, Pauline O'Shannessy-Dowling (POD) and Jake … Continue reading News from the AGM
We're pleased to announce that well-renowned Ballarat artist Pauline O'Shannessy-Dowling will be stepping in as the Chair while the committee is dissolved and new members elected at our upcoming AGM. POD has been so supportive of us this year via The Arts Program on Voice FM and we are honored to have her hosting this … Continue reading POD’s our special guest Chair at the AGM
Daylesford Cinema will host a full-length screening of the play Hollow, on Thursday 14th September at 6.30pm. The auspicious date is the anniversary of the discovery of the Three Lost Children. The film will be followed by a Q&A with writer/director Megan Riedl and members of the cast. Tickets include a program from the live … Continue reading Hollow is back! Encore Screening at the Daylesford Cinemas
On Thursday night we received a unexpected donation for Hollow from the Daylesford Community Opshop! The Opshop is run by a volunteer Committee of Management and gives proceeds back into the community by supporting local organisations, initiatives and events through a small grants program. A while ago, Tripwire submitted an application for the small grants … Continue reading Surprise Donation for Hollow