The full Ukitopia Festival Programme 2013 is here! Follow this link for the easy-to-read Festival Programme PDF
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The Arts in the Mountain workshop program is part of the Ukitopia Festival November 15-17th. With a selection of 6 Caldera artists ready to share with you their craft, it is a day where you will be totally stimulated and leave inspired and rewarded.
This year you can select a half-day or a full day workshop with all workshops located in the comfort of the Uki Public School air-conditioned classrooms, Kyogle Rd Uki.
1. Revamp your jewellery with michele bevis and her unique selection of handmade beads. Half day workshop only. Additional material costs as per your selection of beads.
2. Make a favourite piece of clothing new again with Megan Jack’s needle felted wearable art. Half or full day workshop. Additional material costs $15.
3. Create a pottery sculpture with Marie France Rose in her half or full day clay workshop. Additional material costs at $10 for ½ block of clay.
4. Interpret your own painterly journey with a Barb Suttie painting workshop. Half or full day workshop. Additional material costs $20 unless you bring your own materials.
5. Hand make intricate felt slippers to fit your own foot with Susanne Walden. Full day workshop only. Additional material costs $25 for wool tops.
6. Carve your own sandstone tile with master stonemason Simon Cripps. Half or full day workshop. Additional material costs $25.
Half day workshop 9 -11:30 @ $40 • Full day workshop 9-3 @ $80
Book and pay in advance by filling in the registration form below and sending to Natascha Wernick email@example.com . Once you have registered we will provide you with a “what to bring” and further instruction info pack. For all enquiries please call Natascha 0412 980 063.
Register as soon as possible, no later than Wednesday 13th of November.
Minimum numbers apply. So get in quick!
Ukitopia Festival is on again 15-17 November 2013 with free entry and a family-friendly focus, this year Ukitopia Festival promises a little something for everyone.
The annual Images of Uki is back in it’s original home in the Uki hall and runs the entire weekend. Uki Primary School are also having their family fun day from 3pm on Friday and there have even been whispers of fireworks. Opening celebrations Friday afternoon include music from Elias Harmony and the impeccable Kerrianne Cox graces the Songwriters on the Songline at the church from 7pm.
Kerrianne’s last performance at Uki Church was sold out, so get in early and buy your TICKETS ONLINE NOW for this very special intimate concert.
There will be juggling, circus, bubble wand making and art workshops for the young and young at heart throughout the day on Saturday.
New festival Director Jodi Liddell states “We nearly didn’t go ahead this year but with the support of our wonderful local businesses and artists the festival is possible, and in record time.”
Jodi has programmed a feast of local music for the Saturday main stage. Nestled amongst the trees behind The Buttery promises to be a memorable day with highlights including Lil’ Fi and the Candy Apples, Murray Kyle, Andrea Soler, Lifeline, Thami (wait till you see this African set the stage on fire with his tribal wonder), local dance act made good Willow Beats and DJ Pulse. The after party at the Uki Café will be serving up chilled beats with JGRAE from 9pm till late.
There will be juggling, circus, bubble wand making and art workshops for the young and young at heart throughout the day on Saturday plus the Community Wishing Ceremony.
Sunday sees the beautiful Uki Buttery Bazaar Markets come alive with the Best of the Best Market performers presenting a bumper day of music programmed by the lovely Sue McKenna. The day begins with the Sera May Yerpa Monks, and finishes with Maori Peace Ambassador Billy TK Senior. We welcome the community to bring drums for a Drumming Circle closing ceremony at 3.45pm then a saunter over to the Uki Café to celebrate some wonderful performers all engaged in the art of Word Weaving at Caldera Word Weavers spoken word event starting at 6pm, featuring….
Internationally published author Melaina Faranda will present a workshop on creative writing. Celebrated songwriter Murray Kyle will discuss lyric writing and song crafting. Storyteller Jenni Cargill-Strong will captivate and allow you to experience the ancient, healing wisdom held in told stories. Poet Thomas Keily will weave a web of words with passion and panache to leave you spellbound. Comedians Loki St James and Thomas Bailey will probably say something as well. Don’t miss out on this FREE event to see a smorgasbord of wordy talent.
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