Glow Winter Arts Festival will be drawing on the theme of 'metamorphosis' and will spread across two major locations – Prahran Square and Central Park Gardens in Malvern East. Both locations will bring curious local art to visitors and brighten the winter evening sky.
From June 3 to 12, Prahran Square will showcase a number of installations including new work from Resolution X collaborators Jamie Russell, David Bartholomeusz and Kait Hall titled Now Breathe.
Prahran Square, corner of Izett and Chatham Streets Prahran
Over at Central Park Gardens from June 16 to 19, a number of installations will be featured. Skunk Control will present Monolith, while ENESS will showcase Sky Castle, a colourful symphony to evoke joy and hope. Local artist Carla O'Brien presents her Taking Flight installation that invites visitors to experience the skies through colour and imagination. Michael Doolan's sculpture Cautionary Note will be on display, as well as Mandylights' The Overbloom.
Central Park, corner of Burke Road and Wattletree Road Malvern East
During the festival, there will be a number of food trucks onsite, in addition to local food businesses, where you can also experience local food makers.
Venture out to the City of Stonnington this winter and experience immersive installations and explore these large scale illuminated artworks. Outdoor installations will illuminate nightly from 6.00pm to 10.00pm and entry at both sites is free.
For details on all installations, festival map and how to get there, visit the Glow Winter Arts Festival website.