Whether you’re a dancer, musician, visual artist, poet, local business, school, Government department, non-government organisation, service club, stall holder, volunteer, or “just a local”, you can help make the 2015 Kalari-Lachlan River Arts Festival the biggest and best in the region! Mark the date in your diary: the last weekend in October.
DOWNLOAD OUR FESTIVAL POSTERS, EMAIL THEM TO YOUR FRIENDS AND/OR STICK THEM UP ON YOUR WALLS AND AROUND TOWN. TELL THE WORLD ABOUT OUR RIVER ARTS FESTIVAL!
Our 2015 Festival Poster by Rosie Wingrove Johnston featuring Lake Forbes and Bates Bridge, as seen from the Festival site.
Our 2013 Festival Program poster by Rosie.
Download the pdf version (368 kb) here >>
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RIVER ARTS FESTIVAL POSTERS GO GLOBAL
September 2013, Derbyshire Dales, England. From left: Kathy Harvey, Chair of the Wirksworth Arts Festival, Ben Dew, Wirksworth’s 22-year-old Mayor, Wirksworth Festival manager Wendy Johnston, and River Arts Festival’s founder, Merrill Findlay, outside Wirksworth’s Festival Office with our River Arts Festival posters. Merrill presented the posters to the Wirksworth crew during the Pavilion Project, an international cultural exchange organised by Festival partner, Arts OutWest, and Derbyshire County Council. More on this pioneering exchange at Merrill’s Rural Arts Festivals blog, and at Arts OutWest’s Pavilion Project
SAVE THE FESTIVAL DATES POSTCARD: 25,26,27 OCTOBER >>
Local artist and graphic designer, Rosie Wingrove Johnston, has designed an exhibition of twenty posters which ask a simple, down-to-earth question: What are you doing for the festival?
The photos were taken by Steve Woodhall at our first River Arts Festival in 2011, and are reproduced with his permission.
Print them out – all of them, or just your favorites – hang them on your walls, post them up around town, email them to all your friends, tell everyone about the Festival on Facebook and Twitter, and talk about it over your next drink, cuppa, or over the back fence. Ask everyone you meet that simple question: What are you doing for the Festival? Do whatever it takes to provoke lots of creative thinking about making the next River Arts Festival even better than the last.
CALL FOR FESTIVAL INPUT: Forbes Advocate, 7 March 2013
The organisers of this year’s Kalari-Lachlan River Arts Festival have launched a series of colourful posters, asking local people to contribute to the October 25-27 Festival More >>
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