Natalia Mann is known for her creative and contemporary style of harp playing. She works internationally as performer, composer, collaborator and recording artist in a diversity of genres.
Thursday 29, September 2016
Lorraine Biggs, Lila Meleisea, Dane Chisholm - Three artists explore the magnificent Tasmanian Blue Tier highland forest in this exciting hybrid show.
Exhibition to be opened by Jonathan Kimberley, with guest musicians Natalia Mann, Karlin Love, Liam O'Leary, Robbie Cameron and Simon Homes.
In this stunning work, the musicians will be responding to the artworks in a live artistic experiment which seeks an expression of the resonance of the Blue Tier Forest.
6:00pm Thursday 29 September
Exhibition runs 30 Sept - 29 Oct, 2016
23-27 Albert Rd, Moonah, Tasmania
Wednesday 14, September 2016
I'm so excited to be speaking in the Virtual Harp Summit hosted by harpist teacher & scholar Dr. Diana Rowan. The theme is Expression & Creativity. This is a rare opportunity to spend an hour with 25+ creative harpists - an amazing line-up! - all very different and from all over the world. It's all online and FREE for September 14-20. Be inspired by new mentors and meet new harp communities. See the link below... and hope to see you there!
Monday 01, August 2016
This installation honours mothers and babies who had miscarriage or abortions - and the dads and families too. This wall is a healing wall. If you had a tiny early born child, I invite you to take a pen and write your child's name or memory on one of the flowers. Each photograph is slightly different. It will be up in ART studio for the month of August. Mother Talent Wall, August 2016. Opening & performance night Wednesday August 17 with additional performances by Victor Steffensen and Julia Fujita.
Thursday 04, February 2016
The Golden Bulls Head Lyre is from the ancient Sumerian city of Ur located in present-day Iraq. NZ man John Knotts' lifelong dream was to create a replica of this sacred instrument. Working in collaboration with amazing artist Sundus Abdul Hadi (Montreal/Iraq) and performing together with taonga puoro player Jo’el Komene (Tauranga, NZ), we premiered the Golden Bull Lyre for this very special project, put on by the Incubator artspace.
Tuesday 20, October 2015
Street and concert play side by side in this urban cantata featuring young artists from around Melbourne. Stories of refuge and migration seen through the hearts of young artists from so many countries and raw realities.