Denison College Bathurst High Campus Hosts First Block Fest | Western Lawyer

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Arts, music, dance, theatre: you name it, Denison College Bathurst High Campus will showcase it to the wider public for its first Block Fest on Friday. It’s not just student creativity being showcased, however, with cult New Zealand band Mi-Sex performing live at the school and a new artwork by Australian multidisciplinary muralist Beastman being unveiled at the school. ALSO READ: Jack Duggan’s Irish Pub to Host Open Mic Events for Musicians on Wednesday Bathurst High Principal Ken Barwick said the Block Fest will bring the creativity of arts to the local community after two years hit by lockdowns and home schooling , music, dance and drama students on the front lines. “We are extremely fortunate to have in Veronica Manock a brilliant Head of Creative and Performing Arts who works hard to nurture and nurture the talents of students in these disciplines,” said Mr Barwick. ALSO READ: Bathurst RSL Launches Online Flood Relief Sweepstakes in North NSW “The participation of industry experts such as Mi-Sex and Beastman gives our students inspiration to pursue careers in creative fields.” The event also has creatives from across the city engaged to contribute to community art, dance and music exhibitions and there will be market stalls on site. ALSO READ: Poll seeks community opinions on the good and bad local health services Block Fest opens Friday from 4:30pm. Tickets cost $5 and are available through the Facebook event page. Our journalists work hard to bring local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how to access our trusted content:



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