Adelaide Fringe Festival 2019

Poets from around the world joined hands and threads to unite in the beauty of creation. Each participant was invited to compose and stitch text of either a first, middle or closing line; nobody knew what anybody else created. India Flint curates an international poetry and textiles exhibition to celebrate the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2019 at FabriK, Arts & Heritage, Lobethal.

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words-it‘WORDS… seeing, listening, feeling’

An exhibition @ the Onkaparinga Woollen Mills, Lobethal.

11.00 am – 4.00 pm Weekends 4th March – 19th March 2017.
Opening Event – Friday 3rd March 6.30 pm – 7.30 pm. All Welcome.

Preview the exhibition here  (Hayden Radford, Weekend Notes)

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Between 1.00 pm and 3.00 pm each Sunday, we feast on the ‘spoken word’.

On Sunday 5th march, Haiku was on the menu. 

We had a HAIKU WORKSHOP with JULIA WAKEFIELD followed by HAIKU READINGS by Maeve Archibald; Lyn Arden; Jill Gower; Belinda Broughton. A Cappella group, ECLECTICA  rounded off the day. The group consists of Maria Vouis, Nigel Casson and Julia Wakefield who sing unaccompanied 3 part harmonies, write and perform their own songs, poetry and short stories.Listen to their beautiful soulful rendition of ‘In this Heart’ traditional Irish and adapted from an adaptation by Sinead O’Connor.

Sunday 12th march, the flavour is local, with Adelaide Hills creatives offering up a taste of their work. Those making an appearance include Debbie Tester from Stirling Players; newly published Mt Barker author Jon Cocks, Bob Molloy of Club Acoustica fame  and more. The Hills Radio 88.9 FM Outdoor Broadcasting Bus will also be paying a visit. 

A live body art installation will emerge during the afternoon, reflecting key themes from a short film, ‘today’ created by the Flinders University film school. the film has been accepted into the Little Big Shots Film Festival.

Our final day, Sunday 19th march Friendly Street Poets stalwart, Nigel Ford will be tickling your taste buds with a poetry Open Mic session. You might even want to sign up to read?? Be early – this one will be popular! 

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 Emerging & established artists …

Jeanette Brophy (AH) ⊥  Belinda Broughton (AH) ⊥   Jan Brown (AH)

Susan Bruce (AH) Vivienne Coburn (AH) ⊥ Tori Delany (R)⊥ Callum Docherty (M)

Dianne Downer (AH.T) ⊥ Indigo Eli (M) ⊥ Robyn Finlay (AH.T) ⊥ India Flint (R.T)

 Annelise Forster (M) ⊥ Kelli Gillman-Bate Park (AH) ⊥ Steve Glass (M)

Anne Griffiths (AH) ⊥ Gaynor Hartvigsen (M.R) ⊥ Yvonne Kuchel (R.T)

 Ervin Janek (AH) ⊥ Danny Jarratt(M)

Grace Marlow (AH)⊥  Barbara Millwood ⊥ Isobel Mc Garry (M.T) ⊥ Uta Mooney (M)

 Anna Mycko (M) ⊥ Judy Parham (M) ⊥ Kendrea Rhodes (AH)

 Paula Robbins(AH) ⊥ Ellen & Emmica Schlobohm (M)

 Cynthia Schwertsik (AH) ⊥ Moira Simpson (AH.T) ⊥ TAG collaboration (T)

Ansie van der Walt (M.T) ⊥ Victoria Yurkova (M)

(AH) denotes Adelaide Hills; (M) is metropolitan; (R) regional; (T) Textile Artist.



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