On Sunday 11 November 2018– a hundred years since Armistice Day– a cast of professional and community performers from across the Great Southern commemorated the ending of the First World War with a special choral work: By Other Eyes.
Glowing around the performers as they sang was artist Bruce Munro’s tribute to those who served in this and every war since: Field of Light: Avenue of Honour.
The performances of By Other Eyes were a great success with a complete sell out of tickets for the entire evening. These was also live streaming of the performance for those who could not make it in person.
For more information visit www.anzacalbany.com.au/by-other-eyes
A new installation honouring peace and reconciliation at Albany’s Mt Clarence, has drawn around 5000 people through its gates on its opening weekend.
Don’t miss the final days of Bruce Munro’s evocative artwork Field of Light: Avenue of Honour on Mt Clarence, honouring the WWI Anzacs and those who have served in every conflict since.