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EarthArtBeat Festival 2017
17 November, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 19 November, 2017 @ 4:00 pm
EarthArtBeat Festival is In support of community development and social change.
A Grade live music- local and Melbourne talent, including the incredible Ganga Giri, 8 Foot Felix, Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan, Djirri Djirri Dance Group, Kofi Kunkpe with Afro Diaspora, Lily and King, Phoebe like the Moon, Esme with Love and Squalor, Funk Band, Bhakti Sunset, Blunderbuss Dj, Esquir3, DJ Oring, DJ Wonderfeel, Little Giants, Murray Godchild and Vickie Basdeo.
Interactive Art spaces including Moora Moora artists and sculptors- Julia Shub, Melissa Shemanna, Dhiayana Moon Sage, Rebekah Heydon, Diana Tarr, Sean Marler, Vaughn Beverage, Jamie Corotello and more.
Tours of Moora Moora and Solar Training Center and Luc and Amy’s Organic Market Garden.
Movie by independent filmmaker about Intentional & Indigenous Communities and Permaculture including Peter Charles Downeys new documentary Esteem.
Workshops including Yoga, Nia, Soul Dance, Solar tours, Intentional Community Panel including Murundaka, Commongground, Peace Farm and Moora Moora. Making Fermented Foods, Intuitive Singing, Insurance for communities, ‘Skills for community living’ run by founding members Peter and Sandra Cock, Leather craft, macrame hand crafting with Duchies Delights, veggie mandala, healing tent offering various forms of healing modalities.
Plenty of kids entertainment including Lilly Pilly Green of Zucchini Clan. Seriously fun games, Nature Play for kids, Beat Boxing, Create your own superhero, tennis court, skate park, and more..
Incredible Menu of locally grown food $4 treats by Susanna, Solar brewed Kombucha, Little Thai Hut, The Lion Sleeps No More Felaffels, Beer and Cider by Deano Good Brew, Local organically grown wines, soul warming hot beverages by Tonantzin Aztec Artisan Chocolates, Silva locally roasted coffee, catered vegan breakfast.
Not For Profit- All proceeds go to support Warburton Environment, our local environment group working to educate and support the vision for the Great Forest National Park.
Children under 15 free and must be accompanied by adults.