Arts Centre Melbourne continues its Liner Notes Series, an ongoing collection of exclusive stories which aims to deepen the connection between artist and audience as plans are underway to reopen to the public amid the new climate post lockdown.
Stories include Jane Gazzo reflecting on the sophisticated and poetic song writing of David McComb from The Triffids, and Vika and Linda Bull reflecting on their illustrious 30-year career. New content will has been regularly released on Arts Centre Melbourne’s website for people to enjoy at their leisure.
“When we closed our doors we recognised the importance of the need to continue to bring the wonder and joy of performances and arts experiences to audiences. We hope that this program of archival recordings and digital experiences will uplift and connect our communities, especially during the time when this is most needed,” says Arts
Centre Melbourne CEO Claire Spencer AM. “We may be physically apart at the moment but this doesn’t mean we need to be socially isolated. We can still come
together online to find comfort and inspiration from the story-telling of the arts whether it’s through contemporary music, theatre or family activities.”
Video Credit: Arts Centre Melbourne
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