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Fortune by Way Out West

Fortune is an interactive performance installation by Arts Access Victoria’s Way Out West artists that is set in a giant wheel. You may enter or observe the Fortune world of unique performances and experiences offered by individual artists. Fortune places artists with a disability in the lead role of holding space and gifting their insightful interpretations.

The project explores the idea of a ‘fortune’ being a one-to-one exchange or gift between an artist and their audience. 

Fortune is an interactive performance installation by artists from Arts Access Victoria’s inclusive art program Way Out West, presented as a part of the St Albans Community Centre (STACC) opening and community showcase day.

  • Saturday 14 October, 2pm
  • The Bowery @ STACC, Princess St, St Albans

About Way Out West

Way Out West is a group of visual and performing artists with disability who meet fortnightly in St Albans, supported by Arts Access Victoria.

Fortune Artists: Annette Attard, Melissa Caggegi, Sarah Ellis, Chelsea Fagan, Ned Fagan, Patrick Francis, Jeremy Lindhe, Natalya Lopez, Dragan Mickov, Kate Niddrie, Chris O’Keefe, Marc Sorbello and Julian Fleckner.

Arts Access Victoria Production Team: Geoff Robinson, Fleur Dean, Sophia Constantine, Tanya Arman, Dale Gorfinkel, Bernie Daly and Nikki Zerella. Set Construction and additional artwork: Marcus Cook and Sebastian Fransz.


Image: Photo of artist Kate Niddrie by Daryl Gordon

Event type: Other. Title: The Lesley Hall Arts and Disability Scholarship. Date: Oct 1–31 2017. Ticket cost:

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Event type: Exhibition. Title: Why Art. Date: Oct 12–Dec 14 2017. Ticket cost: Free Accessibility features: Accessible venue,