Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 36, Number 3. 14th March 1973
The Cultural Revolution is coming!
All those clubs, societies and individuals who are concerned with culture on campus are urged to attend the
Cultural Affairs Agm
Wed 11th April 5.30 Board Room
Everyone who wants to fleece bread from the Cultural Affairs Coffers should be there.
Munster Choir - This tribe of 50 German students will sing their thing (being Bach, Madrigals, Purcell, Handel etc.) in the Memorial Theatre on Monday and Thursday
Tuesday next week at 1.00pm. Admission 50c.
The Visual Arts Club has been around Victoria for some years in varying visibility depending on student support. Student support in turn depends on those with a desire to exercise their artistic ambitions indulging in the club's activities.
This year the club will offer tuition in pottery, screenprinting, painting and drawing all with excellent tutors. For the sum of $10 students may take one of these courses — each course consists of approximately 20 two-hour sessions. Tutors vary their tuition to suit the individual needs of students. All classes are run in space provided by the Department of University Extension as there is no arts centre on campus.
As well as tuition it is hoped to have visiting speakers with interests in all fields of the visual arts. So if you are interested in the visual arts come along to the ACM on Monday 19th March at 7pm in the Student Union Lounge or ring David Bull 758-915.
- Pottery: Tues. 1-3pm and 3-5pm.
- Drawing and Painting: 5-7pm Screen printing: to be determined.
New Zealand Students Arts Council Presents the Air New Zealand Fine Arts Exhibition Theatre Foyer March 16 — 25.
On Saturday 24th March 8.00pm, Union Hall the Blues/Rock Society will present the freakiest camp concert yet allowed. From Hamilton, the 1953 Memorial Society Rock and Roll Band will perform all your old favourites — "Leader of the Pack", "Tell Laura I love her", "Teen Angel", "Lollipop". This group starred at the Ngar-uawahia Festival and have a unique stage act (motorbikes and drag).
With them will be Mammal and Sam Hunt plus guest group and light show.
Note: All musicians. Light and sound technicians, groupies, dealers and anyone interested should attend the Blues/Rock AGM, Monday 26th March, 6.00pm in the Union Hall.
Perhaps the most outrageous production ever staged at Vic. will run in the Memorial Theatre April 29 — May 5. Under the general guise of a Rock Opera that dubious genre defined in N.Z. by Alan Faquar) the show promises to be lurid, sensational witty and banned.
To assist Ian Watkin (300lbs of director) get this together we need females, males and eunuchs in the form of dancers, stage hands, technical staff, and wrestlers.
Auditions for this outrageous show will be held in the Listening Room, next Monday 19th March at 5.30pm.
If you are interested please attend.