Event held on November 28

North Geelong Community Lantern Trail

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Event runs from 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM
Daily, until 28/11/2021

About

An immersive journey through a recycled plastic garden, illuminated with coloured lighting, created by members of the Norlane, Cloverdale and Rosewall Community Centres. During 2021 the indirect Object artists have been working with community members at Norlane, Cloverdale and Rosewall Community Centers to design and make illuminated sculptural lanterns using locally donated recycled plastics. This exhibition brings all the artworks, large and small, together in an immersive illuminated journey through Focal Point Gallery in North Geelong. Each day the exhibition will evolve, with community members working on site in a dedicated workshop space creating new details, textures and sculptural elements for the display. Although this is a free event, you must book tickets for the session you want to attend, due to COVID restrictions on numbers of attendees. Everyone with session bookings for Saturday and Sunday mornings are invited to participate in free drop in workshops between 10am to 2pm. You too can add your creation to the exhibition, or choose to take it home.