The program includes something for everyone: site specific environment installations, written and spoken word, traditional and contemporary dance, film evenings, satire, visual art exhibitions, studio trails, storytelling, workshops, poetry, master-classes, field trips, soundscapes, concerts and our signature Welcome (Wunya) and Farewell (The Calling) ceremonies.
Artists include: Andrew Vievers, Bianca Beetson, David and Sarah Burraston, Elizabeth Poole, Artmakers Noosa, Gail Robinson, Mia Hacker, Judy Barrass, Kris Martin, Linsey Pollak, Richard Newport, Pauline Casely-Hayford, Bark Lab, Common Threads, Tamara Kirby, Corrie Wright, Attakalari and Curious Works, James Muller, Michel Tuffery, Maryann Talia Pau, Kari Roberts, Stephen Roberts, Leweton Cultural Group, Simon McVerry, Adrienne McVerry, Kevin McMahon, Beverly Hand, ASSI, Noel Bird, Kendra Naderi, Krishna Nahow, William Malpoa, Steve Weis, Kin Kin Community Group, NICA, Noosa Library and Writers Group, Tamsin Kerr, Ross Annels, Lyndon Davis, Brent Miller, Nathan Morgan, Kerry Jones, Kim Guthrie, Rowley Drysdale, Fee Plumley, Daniel Blinkhorn, Andrea Polli, Lenni Semmelink, Rene Bahloo, Lake Cootharaba Art Group, Johannes Laumer, Bianca Tainsh
The 2013 theme of 'Nature's Dialogue' explores the intersection between artistic perspectives, the principles of natural design and community dynamics. This thematic framework is drawn from biomimicry; using the inspiration of nature for innovation in the creative industries, science, technology and culture.
Floating Land stands for a future of mutual respect, harmony and sustainability.
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