Heritage Festival at ArtsCape


Recently I have been working with the local council to get this event happening at ArtsCape.

We are planning to run an outdoor event in an Tasmanian autumn - yikes.

I'm hoping that people will embrace their Tasmanian nature and enjoy the crispness of the season (that's a nice way to say freezing bloody cold - if you please). I figure that Dark MoFo has started the trend so why not run with it.

On the night we will be showing two films about locals that were involved in the war conflicts. The committee is organising some hot soup and there will be damper available also. If you bring down a warm blanket to drape around your shoulders (or puffy jacket if that's your thing - not mine but up to you) I think it could be an awesome experience.

***On other matters I just received word that I gained a grant to put together a team of young people to complete a digital media exhibition to be displayed at Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery under the Make Your Mark program. We have big plans. Big tall plans. Expect to be blog spammed about it. It is such an amazing opportunity for the young ones interested in perusing arts as a career. Lucky ducks.***

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Michelle Walker is a Tasmanian born creative. An Artist for life, Visual Arts Teacher, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Hairdresser by trade and mother to two beautiful children.

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