Art – Information – Workshops by Renew Wollongong Creatives
Gennifer Anderson Art
20 – 22 June for Nights on Crown, Open 6 – 8.30pm (162 Crown St (next to h&m)
Join Gennifer Anderson for ‘Light Up Your Senses’, with a light installation from artist Abhiruchi Chhikara and a host of local artists, enjoy refreshments and soak up the relaxed atmosphere with records playing from the 1920’s – 40’s.
Thursday: Enjoy Kombucha + Kefir from The Source Wholefoods
Friday & Saturday: Enjoy wine and cheese
20 -22 June for Nights on Crown, Open 6 -9pm (1/148 Crown St (entry via Court Ln))
Thursday: 6.30pm Artist Talk | 7.15pm UPcycled Plastic Art Workshop
Friday : 6.30pm The Blue Economy Science Talk | 7.30pm Freediving Workshop
Saturday: 6.30pm Underwater Photography Workshop | 7.30pm Chasing Coral Doco Screening
See artist Aristo Risi’s ocean-themed video installation on Crown St Mall and visit his Renew Wollongong space at 1/148 Crown St (access via Court Lane) to see his current exhibition Plastic Life.
Hidden Harvest & Society City
20 -22 June for Nights on Crown, Open 6.30pm -8.30pm, (1/148 Crown St (Upstairs))
Hidden Harvest will be running a Speed Pickling Station, providing you with a 5-minute “date” with one of Hidden Harvest’s own Food Waste Warriors for all your food waste Q’s, whilst making your own pickles
Society City will turn their second-hand book shop into a Speakers Corner where you can hop on a bookshelf and rant about what ails you – a political open mike!
Nights on Crown: Luminous Land
20 Jun 2019 to 22 Jun 2019
This free event for all ages offers cutting edge live music ranging from acclaimed Australian signer and songwriter, Emma Donovan to experimental pop legends, Dream Dog. Experience creative performances that will make you want to dance in the street, play amongst the Story Trees or just sit back and enjoy the delicious food on offer.
Enter a luminous landscape featuring Marri Dyin, meaning ‘Great Woman’ in Eora language. Experience this incredible moment as she weaves her captivating story.
Illuminating the Crown Street Mall with her six metre high splendour, Marri Dyin is the magnificent creative centrepiece for Nights on Crown 2019. Her presence is a symbol of the coming together of people on the land of the oldest continually living culture. Each evening she will perform and move through the landscape, inviting children to sit with her and share their hopes and dreams for the future.
Note: Nagaramura (meaning ‘See the Light’) is the name of Marri Dyin’s unique Wollongong performance. Marri Dyin was created by Erth Visual and Physical Inc, Mandylights, Jacob Nash and James Brown. Marri Dyin was originally commissioned by the Barangaroo Delivery Authority for exhibition in Sydney Australia in 2018.