Hatch Transformational

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Sunnyfield Disability Services presents

Hatch Transformational


Venue

Foyer

Dates

18 November - 05 December 2014

Hatch Transformational is an exciting exhibition showcasing photography, sculpture, paintings and videos made through Sunnyfield’s Hatch mentoring program – a unique program matching local Western Sydney artists with people living with disability.

Have a stare at the incredible body of work in this exciting exhibition.

Dates & Times:
18 November – 5 December
Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
Saturday 9.30am – 12:30pm

Location:
Riverside Foyer – Riverside Theatres, Cnr Church & Market Sts, Parramatta

Tickets:
Free

Enquiries:
Call 8977 8853 or email c.mcgaw@sunnyfield.org.au

Closest accessible train station is Parramatta.

Bus services are available to Parramatta from all directions.

The Parramatta Ferry Terminal has an accessible exit on Phillip Street.

For train, bus and ferry timetable information please contact Transport Info on 131 500 or visit transportinfo

There are numerous car parks located around the Parramatta CBD. Riverside recommends parking at Erby Place Car Park. Access off Phillip Street opposite the Park Royal Hotel or via Horwood Place.

Hearing loop system available in Riverside venues. Click here for details.

TTY users phone 13 36 77. Speak and Listen (speech-to-speech relay) users phone 1300 555 727. Internet relay users connect NRS relayservice.com.au

Ticket Options

All tickets $Free
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30

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