This local community jamboree is a chance to kick your heels up and celebrate everything that is good about going nowhere. No dance experience needed!
The People’s Weather Report is a global response to the enormity of climate change, from a number of very personal perspectives.
A performance that takes on the tyranny of distance between Australia and Europe and our cultural fear of missing out.
Explore the idea of ‘nowhere’, prompted by text messages, audio instructions, poetic musings and, eventually, real-time companions on this enigmatic journey.
360° invites us to contemplate the technological advances of humankind across time, spanning histories and throughout the centuries.
An audio and video installation, The Second Before is a Last Supper consumed in the moments before the final catastrophe. What do we feel, what do we do, in those last few seconds before ‘The End'?
This free costume-making workshop precedes the Bush Bash Barn Dance.
Discover the PechaKucha phenomenon – a rapid-fire celebration of ideas and innovation. Selected presenters will deliver maiden speeches for a future parliament – in 20 slides x 20 seconds. PowerPoint goes ballistic!
Local passions fuel a balcony hothouse of everyday experts and neighbourhood treasures. From environmental specialists to local storytellers, join in on a leisurely chat with your chosen expert.
Game On! is part forum, part game, part collaborative action planning – a chance to contribute to the seismic cultural shift we’ll need for a future we want.
A series of textural projection treatments on the exterior of North Melbourne Town Hall; which appear to alter the permanent ornamental façade of the clock tower.
Join us for a kokedama workshop, inspired by our sound and plant installation, The People's Weather Report.