School’s artistic director Trent
Baker (right) is visiting Hobart on Saturday to run a free
Shakespeare workshop and offer a $5000 scholarship to aspiring Tasmanian actors. The workshop will explore the physical ways of unlocking character and language in Shakespeare’s plays. The scholarship is available to emerging actors and school-leavers who are auditioning for the Advanced Diploma in Acting at the Melbourne-based drama school. Baker will be holding the free sessions, including a Q&A, at React Theatre, 11 Argyle Street, Hobart, from 12.30-2.30pm on Saturday. THE Tasmanian Art School Grad
Show opens at the Centre for the Arts on Hunter Street in Hobart tomorrow. Undergraduate, bachelor and honours degree work will be on display throughout the Centre for the Arts, including the Plimsoll and Entrepot galleries. The exhibition runs from 10am-4.45pm daily from tomorrow until November 17. HOBART Youth Winds and the Hobart Brass Band will perform their end-of-year concert at the Moonah Arts Centre at 7.30pm on Saturday, featuring some of the works they performed at the recent state contest where both bands won their respective sections. Also performing, for the first time, will be the Hobart City Bands’ newest ensemble, Hobart
Junior Brass. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 concession, $5 for children, and $30 for families, available at the door.