International Day for People with Disability
Train Tracks: The Hackkets + Daniel Munnery at Newport Community Hub
Proudly hailing from Melbourne’s West, The Hackkets are a band made up of members with and without disability, brought together more than twenty years ago as part of FCAC’s ArtLife program. The band is made up of Stuart Flenley, Peter Tollhurst, Victoria Cini, Dan Parsons, Robin Waters, Joe Vella and Andrew Pagenella.
Daniel Munnery is a resident composer at FCAC as part of the ArtLife program. Daniel’s work has featured in Winter Labryrinth, Citizen Reporter and How About a Rainbow?. Daniel will be performing with sound artist Stephen Richards.
WHEN: Friday 1 December, 4pm – 6pm
VENUE: Newport Community Hub
Please note: Train Tracks will be performed at Newport Community Hub, not Newport Railway Station as previously listed.
International Day for People with Disability (IDPwD) is a United Nations day celebrated around the world. The day not only celebrates the achievements and contributions of people with disability but also aims to raise awareness and acceptable.
Join ArtLife artists Megan Hunter and Chelsea Michelle along with street artist and disability activist Larissa MacFarlane to celebrate International Day of People with Disability. Inspired by this year’s theme ‘leave no one behind’, artists are creating a collaborative paste-up that encompasses empowerment, transformation and breaking down barriers for all.
WHEN: Sunday 3 December, 1pm – 3pm
Train Tracks is presented in association with Hobson’s Bay City Council.
Grandstanding Paste-up is presented as part of FCAC Presents.
1 – The Hackkets. Image by Jessica Ibacache.
2 – Daniel and Stephen. Image by Jessica Ibacache.
3 – Larissa with her paste-up artwork. Image by Jessica Ibacache.