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The ABC Open Documentary fillmed by Dan Battley on Crossroad Arts' deaf/blind
photographer Brenden Borellini.

 

 

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In 2014 Cry of the Curlew was performed in Mackay involving 4 emerging artists and 14 individuals who ecperience
a disability. This production brought film and theatre together, and included dance, song and puppety.

 

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Crossroad Arts is a tax -deductible regional community

arts organisation who work with marginalised communities.

Donations can be made by contacting the administrator on 610749535122 or email: admin@crossroadarts.com.au

 

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An overview of the scope, diversity and richness of Crossroad Arts 2011 community Arts program in Australia

 

 

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Crossroad Arts newest theatre ensemble, Small Miracles,

trains for their first production, WHIFF, for the 2012 Mackay

Arts Festival at the MECC Space, July 11- 14.

 

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In 2011 5 young people focused on a career in the arts joined Crossroad Arts mentoring

program aimed at producing leaders of the future.

 

 

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Girls from Kanchangauri Mangaldas Andhkanya Ashram in Ahmedabad India

show their passion for dance and music in the blind school's educational program.

 

 

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Stuart Gorg Feit maps his body and comes across a scar that
eventually convinces him to get rid of his motorbike.
A series of short films exploring maps of all kinds in partnership between Educational Queensland,

The Positive Learning Centre of Mackay and Crossroad Arts. 

 

 

 

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People from the Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Australian South Sea Islander

 communities come together in 2006 with Crossroad Arts in Mackay Queensland

 to celebrate their identity, sense of belonging and some bloody good dancing.

 

 

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The lives of a journalist, cattle grazier, coal miner and trolley pusher in Central Queensland,

 intertwine in a film which explores how the fleeting and ordinary moments in the lives of strangers

can be quite profound when seen together at the same time.
The dual screen film was played out on the buildings of office blocks

and factories throughout the Mackay region in 2010.

 

 

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The opening scene from Crossroad Arts' 2010 production of Street of Teapots.

 

 

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No 2 Stones was a collaboration between Crossroad Arts and the

 Mackay Indigenous and Australian South Sea Islander communities

for the 2006 opening of the National Regional Arts Conference.
Crossroad Arts is a not-for-profit community arts organisation who

work with marginalised communities in Mackay Queensland Australia.

 

 

 

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Crossroad Arts 2005 South Pacific Tour to Efate and Ambae Islands, Vanuatu.