International jazz saxophonist and jazz educator Serge Le Goueff invites you to join him on his presentation “What is Jazz?” He brings to light the myths as well as the many truths that have contributed to shaping Jazz music over the past century. This lecture aims to bring clarity to how Jazz came to be. Through time, starting from the late 16th century all the way to today. It is an exploration of how different cultures (musically and geographically) have contributed to the making of the art form we know as Jazz today.
Thursday 20th May, 5.30 – 6.45pm
Seats are limited so please RSVP to email@example.com or Ph: 9780 5600
The Margaret River Library is an easily accessible venue.
Join us for Toddler Tales this Thursday 13th May, 10.30am at Augusta Library.
Toddler Tales is aimed at children 18 to 36 months old and involves a story, rhymes, songs, craft and morning tea.
Bookings are required as spaces are limited, phone Rachael on 9780 5602 to reserve your child’s place
Would you like someone to look over your resume and give you some feedback?
This service is available for all our library members, free of charge, via Studiosity.
Have your library card handy and follow the steps below to get started.
Click here to go to Studiosity, then select Writing Feedback:
Follow the instructions and upload your resume for feedback. Tip: Remove personal details such as name and date of birth before uploading, then add them in later.
From May 4th to June 30th the Cocoon Gallery for Emerging Artists will display works by Jara Gillick-Lewis, in her exhibition Rabbit in the Moon.
Exhibition launch: Thursday May 6th, 6 – 7pm. Live music and light refreshments provided. All welcome!
Jara is a local visual artist working with a diverse range of mediums including illustration, ink, water colour and spray paint. Her illustrations of the natural world celebrate the inextricable complexity and simplicity inherent in nature. The splashes of colour and stains throughout her work represent the fluidity of nature itself and our perceptions. She has facilitated many large-scale street art projects with disengaged youth as part of various community-based initiatives over the last ten years. With a deep respect for art and its power to transform others she is always using it as a catalyst for positive change.
For sales and enquiries or to RSVP please contact the artist: firstname.lastname@example.org or on Instagram Jarandfrankiemr