Let’s Dance: Children’s Week Kids’ Dance Party
Let’s Dance! A disco for kids at FCAC.
Join Razz Mussen on the dancefloor to celebrate Children’s Week 2018 in this free dance party disco in the FCAC Performance Space. Be immersed in visuals from Spektraflash illuminating the whole room with psychedelic vintage projections. Bring your dancing shoes and shake your groove thing!
In keeping with the key message ‘Children’s views and opinions are respected’, Razz will encourage the children to express how the music and movement make them feel.
For children 4-12yrs. Bookings are essential as there are limited spots!
Parents and/or carers need to be onsite and are encouraged to participate too. A ‘chill out’ area will be provided in case of sensory overload.
There will be a FCAC sausage sizzle via gold coin donation and the FCAC Bar will be open.
FCAC is an accessible space for all abilities.
WHEN: Friday 26 October, 5pm – 7pm
VENUE: FCAC Performance Space
COST: Free. Bookings essential.
ABOUT THE TUTOR: Razz Mussen
Razz Mussen was born to sing and has sung every style of music she could wrap her vocal chords around. Along with graduating as a Bachelor(ette) of Music Performance, Razz also brings 25 years experience as a professional musician to the craft of engaging mini people with music.
Razz champions the idea that mini people are savvy enough for music beyond nursery rhymes and that big people engage more if the music is fresh, vibrant and diverse. She is the hundreds and thousands on fairy bread, she is the bedazzler in your sewing kit.
What would music and dance be without a lil Razz-a-mataz?
ABOUT THE ART: Spektraflash
Spektraflash provides custom and vintage lighting installs throughout Victoria activating spaces for festivals, boutique bars and clubs, launches, advertising and corporate functions. Equipped with one of the most enviable inventories of vintage 60’s & 70’s lighting effects in Australia, Spektraflash is managed by creative director Pete Field with more than 20 years experience in the arts.
Spektraflash uses a selection of high quality projection units manufactured in Germany and by 70’s lighting giant Optikinetics UK.
This Children’s Week event is presented by Footscray Community Arts Centre in partnership with the Department of Education and Training.
1-2 – West Projections, Footloose and Fancy Free 2018. Images by Wheelie Good Fun. Courtesy of Spektraflash.