LGBTQIA* Yoga with Miriam SpirA

Dates & times

Sat 20 February 2021, 8:30am–9:20am


Drill Hall Gallery

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A community care event for LGBTQIA+ students of ANU. End your O-Week 2021 with some self care in a stunning art gallery on campus.
About this Event
Welcome to all new and returning ANU Students to campus.
Come and enjoy some gentle yoga inside the ANU Drill Hall Gallery, suitable for beginners and all levels of experience. Enjoy the outstanding exhibition of abstract works by Sydney artist, Nicole Ellis in her survey show Fabrications. Start your semester on the right foot with some relaxation, care and inspiration.
About Miriam:
Miriam is both yoga teacher and nurse. Miriam endeavours to make practicing yoga a safe and inclusive experience. She wants to encourage anyone and every single body who wants to, to be able to have a go and feel welcome and included!
About the Exhibition:
Fabrications covers 30 years of the Sydney-based artist Nicole Ellis’ art-making. It surveys her rich and complex involvement with collage, assemblage and found materials. Fastidiously selected textiles comprise the “palettes” and provide tones and textures that she moulds into consistently beautiful, poised, luminous compositions.
What to bring:
Yoga mat, towel, water bottle!
This event is free to attend for all Drill Hall Gallery members. Non-members can attend with a donation (suggested $5-$10).
Visitors to the Drill Hall Gallery:
Drill Hall Gallery in relation to COVID-19
For your safety the Drill Hall Gallery will be following guidelines, recommendations and enforceable public health directions published by ACT Health and Safework Australia. We will be collecting contact tracing information from all visitors to the gallery.
To ensure a safe and healthy environment while visiting the Drill Hall Gallery at this time we request that you:
Stay at home if you’re unwell.
Stay at home if you’ve been in contact with a known or suspected COVID-19 case.
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Practice good hand hygiene and cough etiquette.
Utilise hand sanitisers provided at the entrance of the gallery.
Assist our staff in filling out your contact tracing information on entry and exit from the gallery. If possible please register on arrival using the Check in CBR app. You can also check in manually.
Maintain 1.5 metres distance from other visitors and staff.
Comply with the number restrictions clearly signposted in each of the gallery spaces.
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Use contactless payment for any purchases made at the Drill Hall Gallery.
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Thank you for your patience and understanding, and we appreciate your help in keeping our community safe during this time.



Please register by 20 February 2021

Lucy Chetcuti

Updated:  19 February 2021/ Responsible Officer:  DHG Director/ Page Contact:  Drill Hall Gallery