Art exhibitions in Frankston Arts Centre features TrashArt by Leo Rodriguez and Emma Ikin. Using recycled materials, admire a collection of string instruments and Latin inspired costumes in the Cube Gallery; each with a story to tell.
TrashLation: Basurama Collective, is a collection of creative images by designers and artists from Madrid, Spain. In Spain's capital city, abandoned places have been revamped into playgrounds. The project has made an impact on communities, by resourcing trash to use in the undertaking.
In the Glass Cube Gallery, enjoy TrashBanquet by Leo Rodriguez, Emma Ikin, Jesús Moreta and Maria Peña; an installation that sees rubbish transformed into an elegant dining setting, with sounds and music by TrashArt instruments.
Ventana Street Fiesta
The Street Fiesta extravaganza takes place on Saturday 12 March from 11.45am - 8pm. Watch a parade of performers start at Frankston Beach and head toward Wells Street where all the action will be. Celebrate 10 years of Latino culture with Pupusafest tasting (the latest Latin American food craze) and plenty of live action including capoeira, lucha libre and soccer in the pop up stage.