We’ve released a whole lot of new programming, activating some of our existing works and spaces with lineups of musicians, speakers, workshops, tours and more!
The Er Pavilion will become a gathering space for story, music, conversation, and performance for the three weeks of the festival. Experimental music programming, architectural events, artist talks, and art tours. These events are all free to attend, but some require registration. See the full pavilion program here.
Yellow Bus will transform into a hub of activity with talks, film screenings and cultural storytelling, as well as workshops in damper making, natural dyeing, shoe-making and ornamenting & adornment using emu feathers. Registration is required for the shoe-making workshop.
Over at the Commonwealth of New Bayswater Temple, you’ll find nightly devotions to the glorious beings of small favours, and the Mirror Regatta on Sunday 5 November. Meanwhile the Commonwealth’s Embassy will host a series of concerts in the park. A full list of international acts and musicians will probably be announced closer to, but if you want to get in early to these exclusive and famed gigs you can book your tickets here.