Arts & Culture

Gannawarra Shire Council's Arts and Culture program enables residents throughout the Gannawarra to experience exhibitions and performances in their community.

Developed in partnership with community organisations, Regional Arts Victoria and Creative Victoria, a program of events is developed annually that appeals to all ages and interests.

The program also provides support to local artists wanting to exhibit their talents.

A full list of upcoming events is available on Council's Events Calendar.

Arts and Culture program 2020

Council is pleased to be hosting five performances as part of its Arts and Culture Program in 2020:

I See You Like This


Wednesday, 1 April 2020

Sir John Gorton Library, Kerang

10am - 3.30pm

I See You Like This turns the camera around, allowing your child to view you as the subject through the lens of their own imagination.

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Jude Perl - I Have a Face




Friday, 12 June 

Leitchville Community Hall


Melbourne-based songwriter and comedian, Jude Perl's new show, I Have a Face picks apart society and the way that we as humans approach the best days in our lives, our flaws, our identity and a world of other topical issues and explorations.

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Rolling on the Floor Laughing So Hard



Wednesday, 8 July 2020

Cohuna Memorial Hall


Rolling on the Floor Laughing so Hard is a bonkers sketch comedy extravaganza of epic proportions, made just for kids.

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Mama Kin Spender – The Sound of Your Town



Saturday, 17 October 2020

Kerang Memorial Hall


Mama Kin Spender is a touring workshop and live show that takes the soulful sounds of renowned Blues and Roots singer, Mama Kin and couples it with the harmonies of community choirs from rural towns to create an immersive live act that sings of stories, people and joy that becomes a major Community Event.

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A Migrant's Son



Saturday, 14 November 2020

Secret location, Kerang

A Migrant’s Son is a true story, exploring migration from Greece to Australia during the 1930s.

This extraordinary musical theatre performance conveys incredible historical events that are bought to life through original compositions, creating a unique and touching account that is both hard-hitting and hilarious.

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Arts and Culture in the Gannawarra! guide

The 2020 edition of the Arts and Culture in the Gannawarra! guide promotes key events occurring throughout 2020, ranging from Gannawarra Shire Council’s Arts and Culture program to major community performances.

Arts-and-Culture-in-the-Gannawarra-2020.pdf(PDF, 3MB)