‘Granville Nights’ returning on Friday

GRANVILLE Nights will return to Granville Centre Art Gallery for two spectacular, free evenings celebrating art, music, food and community.

This Friday, January 19, 5-9pm, will include food trucks, pop ups including Grumpy Donuts, family friendly art workshops by Flenk Collective and a musical showcase featuring G Rebel, Lamira and DJ Levins.
A 22-year old Lebanese Portuguese rapper, G Rebel has been described as fierce, controversial and refreshingly unique.
Boasting a rare style, no two G Rebel tracks fall into the same category.
“I am unapologetically myself and hope to leave a permanent mark on hip hop,” she said.
Head back to the gallery on Friday, February 2, 5-9pm, to enjoy the assorted offerings from food trucks and pop ups including Tokyo Lamington, art workshops and music by Breakfast Road as well as markets and performances by Open Source.
Also featuring on both nights, ‘The Good’ art exhibition by Anna Louise Richardson, comprises large-scale, charcoal and graphite drawings.
Richardson’s work explores ideas of intergenerational exchange and identity based on her experiences of living on a beef cattle farm in rural Australia.
Mayor Lisa Lake said the Granville Nights program aligned with the council’s strategic plan to provide access to arts, culture and entertainment, help boost the local economy and to foster creativity.
“This program aims to promote Granville’s night scene and town centre in a fun, vibrant and interactive way,” the Mayor said.
“Granville Nights is a great way to bring people together through discovering art, enjoying the local programs and activities and exploring diverse cultures and food.”
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