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Youth Arts in the Hunter for over 40 Years
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Tantrum Youth Arts presents

FleXpo

Delivering what you’ve been missing.

FleXpo is the most influential trade show in the world.
It’s also never happened before.
It’s also not really a trade show.
But when the going gets tough, it’s time to get innovative and by golly, do we have the products for you!
These cutting-edge, audio-engineered experiences will give you exactly what you’ve been missing during COVID-19, straight out of the minds of our most talented teenage developers. And while we can’t demonstrate our products for you in the flesh, join us online to navigate the Virtual Tantrum Exhibition Centre and try them for yourself. You won’t want to miss out!

Over the past 6 months, the Tantrum FleX Ensemble has taken the challenge of collaborating as performance makers at a time when live performance isn’t possible in the same way. Though they’ve occasionally despaired along the way (who hasn’t?), each Ensemble member has kept on their toes to respond to whatever the world has thrown at them, dreaming up creative ways to connect with people during a time of isolation and provide small acts of kindness when they’re needed most. Tantrum FleX has developed and recorded three audio experiences to give listeners something they’ve been missing – a radio play about fine dining, a guided nature meditation and a selection of COVID-Safe hugs.

We invite you to gather with us virtually and listen to these creations via our new website: www.fleXpo.com.au launching at 7:30pm, Friday 23 October. Get a few friends or family members together and register your Listening Party (even if it’s just a party of one) to let the Ensemble members know you’ll be ‘tuning in’ at 7:30pm this Friday to celebrate what they’ve made.

**ACCESSIBILITY**
A written transcript will be included with each audio experience/file on the FleXpo website.

Each audio experience was developed by Tantrum FleX Ensemble:
Shannon, Elijah, Lucas, Ronan, Matthew and Bronte
Project Management: Chris Dunstan
Project Back-up: Alex Travers
Audio Engineering: Alexandra Rose
Web Interface and Graphics: Eryn Leggatt
Product Testing: Branch Nebula

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(02) 4929 7279
101 City Rd, Merewether NSW Australia
(Access and parking via Allworth St)
info@tantrum.org.au
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