rawcus flashmob





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Published on May 9, 2011

400 people with and without disabilities descend on Federation Square for the rawcus flashmob. Rawcus (www.rawcus.org.au) is an ensemble of performers with and without disabilities.

The rawcus flashmob is part of the City of Port Phillip YouTube Project supported by the Victorian Department of Human Services, Southern Region. The flashmob was conceived by rawcus, directed by Kate Sulan (rawcus Artistic Director) and Clair Korobacz (www.onestepatatimelikethis.com) with project management by Rosemary Joy.

Including performers from Rawcus, City of Port Phillip, FOG Theatre, Family Dog Theatre, DVA, Boilover, City of Voices, Access Theatre, Rollercoaster, Ignition, The Torch, Templestowe Hall Drama, NEAMI, Yooralla, Scope, Arts Access, Department of Human Services, City of Melbourne, City of Dandenong, Melbourne City Mission, Ringwood Secondary College, Lauriston Girls School, Work Education (RMIT), Warringa Park School, Deaf Access, Arts Victoria, CAE, JCAAA, Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre, Interact, Wallara Australia - Life Options and Volunteering Victoria

Song: "Hljómalind"
Written and Performed by: Sigur Rós
Used by kind permission from Sigur Rós


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