Free event presented by The Indirect Object
27, 28, 29, 30 June 2023 at The Loft - Chapel Off Chapel
Dates & times
Tuesday 27 June at 10:30am
Wednesday 28 June at 10:30am
Thursday 29 June at 10:30am
Friday 30 June at 10:30am
The Loft - Chapel Off Chapel
Average play time 20 minutes
Sculpting with neon wires. Morphology is a tactile, interactive public art activation designed for community members with all abilities. A rainbow of interactive neon wire sculptures that morph throughout the night, the Morphology sculptures change with each new interaction, only your imagination is the limit. Designed to be touched, and adaptable to different indoor or outdoor spaces, each glow wire can be twisted, bent, and shaped into unique images.
- Open 10:30am – 1:30pm
- Capacity 30 children
- First in best dressed
- Average play time 20 minutes
Founded in 2006, the indirect Object is an award-winning Australian arts group creating immersive experiences for non-traditional spaces. With a history of diverse arts practice, we have performed, exhibited, and trained around Australia and the world. Over 16 years, our practice has evolved and refined. Flowing from theatre-based performance through film, photography, puppetry, live art happenings, to outdoor interactive installations. Regardless of the project, our belief that art is for everyone means our work is always inclusive, accessible and free.
- *Ticket prices are subject to additional transaction fees.
- Workshops are free for parents.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult for all events.
- Wheelchair access is available at Chapel Off Chapel
- Babes in Arms: Children 24 months and under may attend performances free of charge on the condition that they do not occupy a seat and sit on the lap of a parent or guardian.
- Performances will not be Auslan interpreted however, they include strong visual content and can be enjoyed by deaf, hard of hearing and ESL audiences.
- Videography and photography will take place throughout the Festival.
- Roola Boola will be proceeding as per the State Government COVID-19 requirements for indoor events to ensure the safety and wellbeing of patrons, staff and artists.