Morning Meditation


Free Event
Fully accessible


Indulge in some quiet-ish time. Perfect for a bit of recovery and rejuvenation.

21–24 January, 10–11am

COVID 19 Information

Indoor/outdoor: Outdoor
Masks required: Yes
TasGov COVID Safe capacity: 35
Mona Foma capacity: 35 inside the stucture, with plenty of space outside for audience

This is a combination indoor/outdoor venue in a public space


21 January

Kamancheh (Persian spiked fiddle) player and vocalist Gelareh Pour joins forces with drummer Brian O’Dwyer to create a blend of freeform avant-garde improv, Persian traditional music and cross-cultural collaboration.

Donna Mason + Warren Mason

22 January

A man plays an orange hollow-bodied electric guitar, his eyes closed. There is corrugated iron and festoon-lights in the background. He is singing into a microphone and has a capo on the fifth fret of his guitar.

Guided meditation in the qi gong tradition (one of the oldest healing practices in the world) led by Donna, alongside guitar from proud Yorta Yorta and Yuwaalaraay man Warren. Bring a mat if you feel like it, and some water.

Donna Mason + Emily Sanzaro

23 January

Black-and-white portraits of two women. One is wearing thickish-framed glasses and has her hand raised like she's halfway through a thought. You can't see much of the other, but for some lines at the side of her eyes that show she's smiling.

A guided qi gong meditation from teacher, healer and guide Donna, accompanied by a ‘sound journey’ from harpist Emily Sanzaro. No experience required, although some water and a mat are always a good idea.

Mo'Ju + Brian Ritchie

24 January

Wiradjuri singer / rockstar Mo’Ju is joined by American rockstar / festival director Brian for some morning musings featuring vox and whatever Brian feels like bringing to the party.