From Friday 11 August to Sunday 27 August 2017 West Projections Festival is back to light up Footscray’s streets and surrounds through art. It’s a fantastic free community event that gives visitors an opportunity to explore the inner west’s creative spaces, business and public places in a different way.

The focus for West Projections festival 2017 is ‘Synthesis’. The festival aims to celebrate commonalities rather than differences through video projection.

I am co-producing Dancing Lights, a free family-friendly dance party with a difference on Saturday 19 August 3-5pm! Experience projection art in a whole new way by immersing yourself in a moving dance floor projection created by Mosster Studio.Warm up your dancing legs with Born to Boogie, create some wearable art with me through my new identity Wheelie Good Fun and Jo Skladzien from Small Scapes. See you on the dance floor! FREE BOOKINGS HERE

 

Other family-friendly events include:

Exploration at little…No BIG

West Projections festival and little….No BIG are excited to present Exploration a video projection by Alison Langley.
Langley hopes Exploration will help kids and you, slow down and take notice of the little things. She says it’s like taking a walk in the mountains.
You can also meet the artist by joining a guided West Projections festival walking tour on the 26th of August from 6 – 7pm. FREE BOOKINGS HERE

 

The Right Side of the Tracks 2

Meet at Footscray Train Station for The Right Side of the Tracks 2 including a launch.

Explore your Footscray neighbourhood! Our inaugural residents’ program has artist Daniela Rodriguez document this eclectic street of neighbours. Experience their time living in this unique pocket of Footscray through projections and talks. View a performance by Alix Petah at Franco Cozzo and projection by Daborah Agok. Family friendly launch at Fordham Reserve. Rug up, bring an evening picnic, listen to tunes, see projections and have a chat to the neighbours. FREE BOOKINGS HERE. 

If your kids are old enough to stay out late then check out the other free walking tours here.

 

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