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Orange Regional Arts Foundation

Fire it Up @ The Building

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$52 AUD

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Orange Regional Arts Foundation

Fire it Up @ The Building

Date and Time

Fri 2nd Aug, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

86 Peisley St
86 Peisley St, Orange NSW 2800, Australia

Event description

Music, Light and Art

Proudly presented by the Orange Regional Arts Foundation 

THE BUILDING will transform into a winter warming space featuring music, light and art. This remaining section of historic building formed part of the Dalton Bros Flour Mill which operated from 1908 to 1956.

ARIA award winning songwriter Mike Carr and our own local professional musician Kyle Manning will perform ‘The Duelling Pianos’. The Orange Regional Arts Foundation’s “Jump Start” recipient Amy Viola will show you what happens when a classical violist breaks free of traditional boundaries and launches into looping and song writing. 

All this along with a winter warming welcome drink and a steaming hot dish. Further drinks available for purchase.

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Date and Time

Fri 2nd Aug, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

86 Peisley St
86 Peisley St, Orange NSW 2800, Australia

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Orange Regional Arts Foundation

CONTACT ORGANISERVIEW PROFILE

Established in 1984, the focus of the Orange Regional Arts Foundation is to support and encourage activities in the Arts. Our decisions on how this support is offered are based on close communication and co-operation with the Arts organisations and facilities in Orange. These are: The Orange Regional Gallery The Orange City Library (member of Central West Libraries) The Orange Civic Theatre The Orange Regional Conservatorium The Orange Regional Museum Salaries, administrative costs and maintenance of these institutions are funded primarily by the Orange City Council, with some assistance from State and Federal Governments where the operations fit their guidelines. It is the object of the Foundation to augment this basic support with funds for the expansion and improvement of these institutions in the facilities and services they offer to the public and their activities generally. The Foundation’s Memorandum of Association specifically prohibits it from interference in the policies or conduct of its beneficiary institutions. Funds for this purpose are generated through investment of the Foundation’s asset accumulation that is managed to yield a balanced mix of income and capital growth. The original target for asset accumulation was $1million. From time to time the Foundation responds to requests from other groups in the community or can initiate projects not directly associated with the city’s arts institutions, that it feels will enhance the cultural life of the Orange Community. Such groups have been the City of Orange Eisteddfod Society and Arts out West.