These were taken by my nephew. He knows much more about cars than I do so knew what to focus on 🙂
During June, the Aurora Spiegeltent made its home in Johnstone Park. The venue played host to a wide range of performers including comedians and singers. One of the highlights was Limbo, which was described as an ‘intoxicating mix of cabaret, circus and acrobatics.
A pop up art exhibition was launched in central Geelong on Friday 23 November to celebrate International Day of People with Disability.
The exhibition, Out of the Box Art show and Inclusion Space, will feature paintings and 3D sculptures from around 60 Geelong artists living with disability.
Curated by renowned textile designer Chela Edmunds, who has worked for global fashion brands DKNY and Vera Wang, the exhibition showcases artworks expressing the personal experiences and inspiration of the artists.
It features works by individuals and groups from six local studios: Art Gusto, Karingallery, Rachinger Gallery, Art’sKool, Nelson Park and Barwon Valley.
On the east side of the Customs House lawn beside the Edge Hotel are some interesting glass and brass boxes known as the Cargo Boxes. These were designed by Maggie Fookes and Bill Perrin and were installed in 2000. Each box contains some kind of historical iconic import to Geelong, representing what arrived on our docks. There are crockery, fruit and vegetables, wine and even rabbits which were released in the region and went onto infest Australia.