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Whats On : April 2008
IIF:TiTi I : I T I) : l - r. -""1 ' '- ' llll DIY Film Festival:Gala awards evening - Friday 11 April 6-7pm, Community meeting room. *Wii Olympics - Thursday 10 April and Friday 11 April 12 noon-2pm, City Zoo. Imagine competing against athletes from across the globe without having to leave your lounge room or getting out of your pyjamas. Come and try the Olympics of the future, right here, right now. Compete for your place in the Brisbane Wii Olympics representative team, or just join in the free Wii time at City Zoo. This is a youth week activity for competitors aged 12-25. *Digitise your life - Thursday 10 April and Friday 11 April 1 Oam-12 noon. Show how much you love Brisbane by creating a digital self-portrait with a twist. Our graphic artists will show you how to make yourself look wicked, and turn your portrait into an avatar, wallpaper, t-shirt, key ring or coffee mug. This is a Youth Week activity for young people aged 12-25. Special Effects Make Up Workshop - Thursday 10 April and Friday 11 April 1 0.30am. Bookings required. *Krumping with Pretty popsikal - Thursday 10ApriI11am-12noon, Level one, Sound and Vision Lounge. Presented by Pretty popsikal from Ice Fam. *Singing with Uli Latukefu - Thursday 10 ApriI1-2pm, Community Meeting Room, Ground Floor. A singing workshop with fun and enjoyment teaching the basics of vocal and breathing techniques. Presented by Uli Latukefu - a talented young singer/songwriter who has been performing in various shows and events such as the Paradise musical theatre production for the Brisbane Festival. *Introduction to the music industry workshop - Friday 11 April 11 am-12.30pm, Community meeting room, Ground floor. Facilitated by Deb Suckling from Q Music. Guest speakers include Craig Spann- owner/director of SugarRush Records, Learnne de Souza from Buzz Office and Grant Wallis. Ideal for budding young musicians looking to break into the music industry. *Presentation and Performance workshop for young musicians - Friday 11 April 2.30-4pm, Community meeting room, Ground floor. Facilitated by Facilitated by Deb Suckling from Q Music. Ideal for budding young musicians looking to break into the music industry. *Rapping - Friday 11 ApriI1-2pm, Community Meeting Room, Ground Floor. Get creative and write lyrics to some mad beats, learn to express yourself by MC'ing about the things that matter to you. *Breakdancing with Bboy Dane - Friday 11 April 2.30-3.30pm, Level One, Sound and Vision Lounge. Learn some cool new dance moves as well as discover the exciting history and origins of Bboying. With Bboy Dane from Planet Fresh and Freestyle Fugitives crews. Bookings required. 'Loud in the Square' concert - Saturday 12 April 11.30am-4pm. To conclude National Youth Week celebrations, Brisbane Square Library and Customer Centre will be hosting a free concert in Reddacliff Place with live performances from The Red Paintings and other local Brisbane bands and performers from Contact I nc. *Manga Illustration Workshop - Saturday 12 April 12 noon-2.30pm, Community meeting room. Have you ever wanted to create your own comic? Now you can! This workshop will cover everything you need to know to create your own comic book strip from finding and develop your ideas into a comic, to submitting your work to publishers or self publishing your own comic. For more information about 'Loud in the Library' events visit www.visible-ink.org or call Council on (07) 3403 8888. Special Interest Groups *Thinkers' Corner: 'Philosophy on Sundays' - Sunday 6 and 20 April and 4 and 20 May 1.30-3pm. A series of workshops on the nature of existence. Thinkers' Corner philosophy workshop is conducted fortnightly over four meetings, and explores the nature of our beliefs: who, what, how and why we are. Presented by Michael Woodrow. (07) 3407 8223 Book clubs Book club discussion - Wednesday 2 April 7-8pm. Discover new authors and titles to read. New members welcome. Children's events Children's story time - Fridays 10.30am. . . 1 . I. I'." en en Ib..... nl'=1!] nf [tCS tn UJ . if! W . . . .. .. _ _;0 summer Iiiiii =._ en