Get Pasted: Tunes on the Terrace

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Ticket prices: $19.00

Full Price:

$19.00

Kids (12 and under):

$15.00

Family:

$16.50

Group (6+):

$17.50

Companion Card:

$0.00

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Duration: 120 min

Performance accessibility

  • Suitable for audiences who speak English as a second Language
  • High Audio Content

1 Venue

The Art Space Collective

80A Scarborough Beach Rd, Scarborough, WA, 6019

Check the COVID Safe page on our website for vaccination requirements. Minors can attend this show at this venue.

Suitability and warnings: All (General)

Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Medium

Something for almost everyone. Not too naughty, not too nice. These shows mightn’t be ideal for the little’uns.

About this event

Come experience the world of Get Pasted after hours!

Delight the eyes & ears at Get Pasted: Tunes on the Terrace - an immersive evening of visual art spectacular, performance, & live music set in the intimate gallery that is The Art Space Collective.

Tunes will start flowing from 6:30 pm on the roof terrace, with 2 sets performed by a rotating line-up of talented local musicians:

- Arko + Acacia Sun | Mon, Jan 31

- Holly & the Broken Drought + Whiskey Jack | Wed, Feb 2

- Cecilia Brandolin + Jocelyn’s Baby  | Fri, Feb 4

- Danielle De Silva + The Stamps | Sat, Feb 5

- Ilish + The Scramblers | Sun, Feb 6

So grab a drink, explore the exhibition, be charmed by our drag hosts, & then sit back to be serenaded into the night.

Presented by:
Marite Norris

A spinner of yarns and teller of stories, Marite is primarily a visual artist, expressing herself through the medium of collage. She is also the founder and creative director of The Art Space Collective, in Scarborough. Working in photographic art and mixed media since 2003 - in other words tearing, ripping and burning bits of her photos and gluing them into epic random artworks - she has held a number of exhibitions in Perth and Hong Kong. Expressing herself through slivers of contrasting images – the collage medium - Marite also writes poetry, reflecting something of this fragmented style. She has had poetry published in the literary magazine, Westerly.

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