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Press Play is back at the Multi-Arts Pavilion, mima (MAP mima) with a weekend of family friendly fun to celebrate the end of summer and our summer exhibition, Valley of a Thousand Plants.

Be immersed in Joel Zika’s vibrant and captivating exhibition, dance the night away at our kids disco, or join us for art making and performances by St Paul's Catholic College Aboriginal dance group.

Join us for a weekend of workshops, artmaking, music, dancing and more!

Program

Friday 23 February | kids disco, Friday Night Foodies and exhibitions

Press Play: Kids Disco
5-8pm | Free event
Bring the kids to this free and fun family disco. Dance along to the sweet beats of DJ Jun Wan as you are immersed in the beautiful and bright flower display Valley of a Thousand Plants by Joel Zika.
Plus, free face painting by Midnight Dreaming Studio. 

Friday Night Foodies
5-8pm |Grab dinner by the lake
Our Friday Night Foodie, Dog House Grill, will be on site serving authentic American Street food. Plus Harry and Lola's cafe is open until 8pm.

Exhibition in the Cube: Valley of a Thousand Plants by Joel Zika
9am-5pm | Free event

Exhibition in the Foyer: Strawberry Feather Star by Jen Denzin
9am-8pm | Free event

Exhibition on the Node: Portrait as Phoenix by Michelle Gearin
from dusk | Free event

 

Saturday 24 February | art making and exhibitions

Press Play: create a sculpture of an Antarctic strawberry feather star
5-6.30pm | Free event | Bookings essential
Come join us and unleash your creativity as we make a magnificent sea creature out of unique recycled materials.
If rough seas, wind or rain prevail this event will move into the Cube at MAP mima.

Exhibition in the Cube: Valley of a Thousand Plants by Joel Zika
9am-2pm and 5-7pm | Free event

Exhibition in the Foyer: Strawberry Feather Star by Jen Denzin
9am-2pm and 5-7pm | Free event

Exhibition on the Node: Portrait as Phoenix by Michelle Gearin
from dusk | Free event

Note: MAP mima will open from 9am and 2pm, then from 5-7pm.

 

Sunday 25 February | art making, performances and exhibitions

Press Play: Dingo in the Dark Performance
10am and 11am | Free | Bookings essential
Join students from St Paul's Catholic College Aboriginal dance group for a fun and interactive story time. Children will create their own shadow puppet to take home.

Exhibition in the Cube: Valley of a Thousand Plants by Joel Zika
9am-2pm | Free event

Exhibition in the Foyer: Strawberry Feather Star by Jen Denzin
9am-2pm | Free event

Exhibition on the Node: Portrait as Phoenix by Michelle Gearin
from dusk | Free event

 

 

 

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Press Play is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

When

  • Friday, 23 February 2024 | 09:00 AM - Sunday, 25 February 2024 | 02:00 PM

Location

Multi-Arts Pavilion, mima, 96 Creek Reserve Road, Speers Point, 2284, View in Google Maps

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