Drop into the Reimagine Marquee and be guided through the making of your very own Recycled Crown. Utilise an assortment of colourful “waste” materials to adorn your crown and create a piece of wearable art.
We invite children aged 4+ to come and help celebrate the 40th Birthday of St. Kilda Festival by becoming the Kings & Queens of waste reduction. You will be able to reimagine everyday throw-away objects (bottle tops, plastic off-cuts, buttons and more!) as decorative jewels, helping us celebrate the festival and innovative ways to recycle together. We are all capable of making a difference to our environment, no matter your age!
Georgina Humphries is a local public artist living and working in Melbourne. Weaving a wide range of handmade techniques into temporary installations, live-art set design, and children’s creative workshops, Georgina creates tangible experiences in an array of public environments. Through her public arts practice Georgina seeks to present traditional and familiar handmade crafts as viable public art mediums, creating tactile experiences that are accessible to the general public in their everyday life. Humphries has been commissioned for several site-specific installations at festivals both locally and internationally including, Glastonbury Festival 2010, Let Them Eat Cake 2015, Parramatta Lanes 2016 & 2017, Floriade 2017 and Falls Music & Arts Festival 2011-19.
Time10:15 am - 11:45 am
Time12:30 pm - 2:00 pm