Saturday 30 September
11:00 - 12:30

TiNA Talk: Art and Audience

Crack Theatre Festival

Bring your coffee, bagels, muffins, yoghurt, pen, paper and undivided attention! It's your favourite early (mid) morning critical thinking event - back again for a second year. Head for the Crack Theatre Festival Hub for TiNA Talks: Art and Audience. One artist from each festival (Crack Theatre Festival, National Young Writers Festival and Critical Animals) delivers a presentation on their practice and its relationship or engagement of Audience. This is followed by open discussion and a lot more coffee.

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