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May 6, 2021

A night of light for all the community

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Get connected with artists Alex Moss sand Diwani Oak. Photo supplied.

Art in the dark is on offer this Saturday from 7.30pm as a sound and light sculpture comes to life as part of Mullumbimby’s Ingenuity sculpture festival.

Get everyone together and join the artists and festival organisers with blankets, dinner and whatever else takes you fancy for the final night of the sculpture festival. 

Artists AlexMoss sand Diwani Oak will be exploring the concept of interconnectedness and by encouraging the audience to come and ‘interact with the sculpture and interpret the theme throughout their own experience’.

Curator’s walk

Curator Dev Lengjel will lead his final guided walk through the exhibition at 10am on Saturday morning. Take the chance to find out more about the art as he talks about the art, the artists and what it takes to curate an exhibition.


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