Werk Room


Sashay your way to Carclew House this Fringe Season and join us for a fabulous afternoon of diversity and creativity arts at Werk Room.

‘Werk’ your way through a series of colourful workshops around Carclew House including drag characterisation with Loveit Murray, Empowerment Through Cabaret by Dianna Divine, zine making with Lia Karabatsos, tote bag painting with Melak Khaleel and DJ by Keira Simmons.

BYO nibbles and picnic rugs to sit back and enjoy the roving performances happening on the lawns between workshops.

Come along as queer emerging artists take over Carclew House and lead you in fun skill-building art workshops and engaging performances that celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community!

Time: 2pm – 6pm
Date: Sunday, 3 March
Where: House & Grounds at Carclew
Suitability: Ages 15 +
Tickets: $15 or $10 concession

Tickets are essential; book via Adelaide Fringe Festival.

Featured Creative Producer
Chloe Noble (she/they/he) is one of Carclew’s Emerging Creative Producers as part of the Sharehouse program, and welcomes you to engage in the arts via workshops, presentations, and other creative experiences at ‘Werkroom: An Open House Event’, a queer reimagining of Carclew House. Chloe comes from a background in expressionist portrait, figure and landscape paintings across physical and digital mediums, translating their feelings into a unique visual language. Chloe graduated from Flinders University/Adelaide College of the Arts in 2019 and has exhibited widely throughout South Australia. Chloe uses arts, and now producing, as a therapeutic outlet, drawing on their lived experiences of disability, chronic illness, neurodivergence, mental health and trauma.

Banner artwork by Chloe Noble.