A Festival of Imagination and Hope for the Common Good.
Set in Newcastle, where post-industrial grunge meets the sea, this festival, now in its second year, will provide a unique conversation around justice, climate change, spirituality, music and art. This conversation seeks to find ways to work for the common good, where diverse communities reclaim the future in hopeful and creative ways.
FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS include:
- Social Justice Youth Short Film Competition
- Sacred Earth: A conversation day on Ecotheology
- Artist and peace activist George Gittoes AM exploring creative responses to war
- Phil Glendenning President Australian Refugee Council on creative citizenship
- Dr Anne Elvey ecotheologian and poet re-imagining our relationship to Creation
- PLUS workshops, music, art and food
SAVE THE DATE – Thurs 17th – Sun 20th May 2018
The festival will be held in various locations across Newcastle.
Visit www.inspiracy.org.au for more info.
Feature image by George GITTOES ‘Our chair’ 1989–90 (Gift of Gabrielle Dalton through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program 2010) Newcastle Art Gallery collection