Streaky Bay to Light the Night with Visible Festival
Flow region 99.3fm Streaky Bay is making their presence felt at the start of 2018 with a bold new community art experience called Visible Festival.
The festival will be held at night under lights on Streaky Bay's foreshore from Tuesday January 2 - Saturday January 6, with Streaky Bay Tourism President Jayne Holland, joining Anita on Flow FM for all the details.
As a free and interactive experience, Streaky Bay Tourism are asking locals and visitors to join the community of artists who will collaborate with you to deliver spontaneous art experiences at the jetty's ‘cutting’ and platform area between 6 and 10pm each night of the festival.
Workshops on offer include:
‘Flow’: A Connection to Place, water vessel workshops and a floating jetty installation with highly regarded visual artist Annalise Rees
‘Float’: A beach studio space of live ephemeral and intuitive abstract painting, installation and video with extraordinary community engagement artist Henry Jock Walker
‘Blue’: An interactive performance in the beach environ with theatre, music and installation focusing on everything ‘Blue’ with performer Kaspar Schmidt Mumm
‘Expose’: A Light Painting workshop and projections with digital artist Cam Edson and;
‘Vibre’ workshops creating with textiles, fibres, rope, recycled marine debris and crab pots to create jetty Guerrilla installations with popular local artists Leah King and Lauren Karp.
For more information visit their website, or contact Jayne Holland on 0427 706 454.
Image Source - Cam Edson