Calendar

CURRENT EVENTS

Version One of Things to Come

Oct 31, 7pm
By donation
New performance at the Village Festival in The Tabernacle - a provisional sacred space http://tabernaclearts.com/

Ritual For Reinhabitation

Nov 1, 7pm
By donation
In the Tabernacle at the village festival - see above for link

RECENT EVENTS

We both might regret this

A warm welcome to our mistake...we both might regret this.  A taste of what has been, what is, and what is to come from Ilan Abrahams Bronwen Kamasz and Alice Robinson. And then some tea to share. 

When: 12:30-1:30

Where: Dancehouse upstairs. 150 Princess st. Carlton 

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garden3Inspired By The Garden

Feel a tomato leaf, smell a budding sunflower, listen for birds. Spend some time in the ArtPlay garden, planting seeds and getting creative with artists Ilan Abrahams and Llewellyn Whishart. Learn some food gardening skills, and join in the garden activities, movement and creative games. Take home some seeds or seedlings to plant in your own garden.

When: Friday 20 August (Ilan and Llewellyn)
Saturday 21 August (Ilan)                                                                                                                                                   Cost: $10 (Friday), $15 (Saturday) per child
Time and Age: Friday: 10.30am to 11.15am (2 to 3 years); 11.45am to 12.30pm (4 to 5 years); Saturday: 1.30pm to 3pm (5 to 8 years). All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Attire: wear clothes that can get a little dirty


 

flightOutdoor Movement Improvisation - Day Workshop
Dance like a Wild Thing in Kangaroo Ground


Sunday 25th April, 10am-6pm
$45 / $40

Ilan Abrahams facilitates movement exercises that help us deepen our relationship with nature and other people. Expand the possibilities of your body and imagination while developing strength, flexibility, and attention to the present moment.

Limited places, bookings required.Contact Ilan on 0425761185 or


Family Garden Food

Come down to the Edible Gardens in City Square, Swanston Street this week between 4.30-5-30pm this Mon 15th -Thurs 18th March and join Scarecrow, Pea and Farmer Joe for home-grown vegetable adventures as part of The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival’s free Family Garden Food sessions. You can join in the fun at any time during the hour, but stay til the end if you can for Scarecrow’s special surprise!

flightOutdoor Movement Improv.
Dance like a wild thing in Yarra bend park

Ilan Abrahams facilitates movement exercises that help us deepen our relationship with nature and other people. Expand the possibilities of your body and imagination while developing strength, flexibility, and attention to the present moment.

Series One: Wednesday 10th, 17th, and 24th of February 2010
Series Two: Wednesday 3rd, 10th, and 17th of March 2010
Come to one series or both
Time:6:30pm to 9:00pm
Where: Meet at the Abbotsford Convent front gates in St Hellier's st. Abbotsford,opposite the carpark.
Cost: $45/$36 per series.
Limited places, bookings required.Contact Ilan on 0425761185 or ilan@senseofplace.com.au

SilkworM - A Story of Transformation

He Almost died.
Mother &Lost in a cocoon.
His father died.
His silkworms died every year but they always came back.
So every year he faced death again.

Directed by Ilan Abrahams Performed by Stefano Fioretti Mon and Tues Feb 15 & 16 2010 7:30pm La Mama Courthouse 349 Drummond st, Carlton $25/$12 Tickets at the door

WELL CD launch

In the spirit of returning music to its ancient role of expressing a community[1]ºs stories, dreams and important ideas, permaculture practitioner and songwriter Ilan Abrahams has created a new CD of songs about living sustainably. Featuring The Six Seasons Rap, Celeriac, The Seed Song, and other favourites, this is wonderfully inspiring music for the whole family that turns the dutiful acts of living sustainably into ones that are entertaining, enriching and fun. Celebrating the launch of the [1]ªWell[1]º EP, Ilan will be performing his sing-a-long tunes at: the Abbotsford Convent Spring Open day on Sunday 8th November at 10am on the [1]ªbakery stage), and at 12:20pm(just past midday) on the Steiner School Stage. Entry to the Open Day is free and the Convent will be alive with free music, performances and an array of delicious food.

Spring: Dancing the Food Cycle

gardening and movement

You may have heard that singing helps your plants grow but what about dancing? We re turning the ArtPlay courtyard into a food garden with help from Ilan Abrahams, a permaculture gardener and dancer. Learn gardening skills and dance about with some spring-themed games. Take seedlings to plant at home. Been before? Come and see what s changed!

$15 per child, bookings essential
Time: 15 and 22 November, 1pm to 2.30pm; 29 November, 1pm to 3pm
Age: 15 and 22 November, 5 to 8 years; 29 November, 8 to 12 years (All children under eight must be accompanied by an adult)
Wear clothes that can get a little dirty

Breathe Easy

Groovy music that explores local and global environmental issues in fun and lively ways.
expect to be suprised!

When: Thursday 5th March 3pm
Where: Sprout community gardens next to Thornbury train station.
Cost: Free
Great for all ages

Dancing the Food Cycle Launch

Throughout 2009, Ilan Abrahams, will be transforming the ArtPlay courtyard into a food garden for all to enjoy as well as leading dance workshops that celebrate the seasons. ArtPlay will launch this workshop during the Sustainable Living Festival with a lively music and movement performance. You'll also have the opportunity to plant a seedling and offer your design ideas. This free launch will kick off at 1pm. But you're welcome to drop by anytime before 4pm and take a look.

Date: Sunday 22 February 2009
Time: 1pm to 4pm
Age: 5 years and up
Cost: FREE
no need to book. Drop in.
families welcome