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Art & Performance

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Come Explore

Throughout the festival grounds you will discover retreat spaces to rest, relax and recharge. As well as talented artists to inspire you with their live paintings, artworks, creative community projects and craft activities which await your creative hands, hearts and minds.

Be Inspired - Create - Rest - Renew  

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Earth  Mandala

The Earth Mandala offers a place of stillness, intention, natural beauty and reflection, within the heart of the Seven Sisters festival. It is an opportunity for festival goers to reflect on and deeply connect with their own personal intention for themselves at the festival, and to both give and receive blessings of peace, nourishment and love.

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The Earth Mandala offers a place of stillness, intention, natural beauty & reflection, within the heart of the Seven Sisters festival. It is an opportunity for festival goers to reflect on & deeply connect with their own personal intention for themselves at the festival, & to both give & receive blessings of peace, nourishment and love.

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Exhibition & Live Painting
 

A compact live painting performance to the music in Chai tent which visually engages in a serene way while adding colour, beauty and ambience. 

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Katia Honour creates artworks during the festival which are inspired by the performances, music, conversations and realisations brewing in the Chai tent. She is a trained mystic and classical painter who engages the senses and spirit to bring her beautiful visions into form.

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Goddess of the Elements

Witness the goddess of the elements, a  UV painting that changes from day to night. Explore the Gallery of Georgia Mihnjak in the Arts & Crafts space, try on the 3D Glasses to view from a different perspective & meet the artist & buy prints on Sunday at 3pm

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Georgia Mihnjak - Energyfreq - Georgia is a Melbourne based psychedelic visionary artist. She has always had a fascination with people, their bodies and the energy that they give and receive. Her focus is on love and interconnectedness with the universe, nature and how our souls interact. Using acrylic, watercolour, ink, uv and glow in the dark paint. 

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Heart Labyrinth 
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A temporary labyrinth will be marked out with a biodegradable medium (eg sand or chalk paint) that contrasts with the local groundcover. The central locus will be a Heart shape, and there will be one path that wraps seven times around the Heart.

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Amanda Collins is an author, sound healer and labyrinth designer, facilitator and accompanist. She has built a permanent labyrinth in Heathcote, Vic, and has facilitated and provided sound accompaniment for labyrinth walks in Melbourne and Central Victoria, as well as online.

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Earth Labyrinth

Natural rock Labyrinth - interactive maze
 

Labyrinth walking is an ancient practice used by many different faiths for spiritual centering, contemplation, and prayer. Entering the serpentine path of a labyrinth, you walk slowly while quieting your mind and focusing on a spiritual question or prayer.

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A collection of Artists at our January Artists weekend, who gathered with intention to create a potent anchorage & reflection point to be enjoyed for years to come.

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Magic Mandalas
 

Be hypnotised by the rhythmical hula hoop tricks of Magic Mandalas roving the grounds during lunch times for your visual pleasure

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Magic Mandalas is a stunning hula hoop, LED and fire performer, dripping in divine femininity. Magic Mandalas bewitches audiences with her jaw dropping skill set and has performed internationally as well as at events and festivals across Australia.

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Sewical Heartists

This is a craft activity creating pocket stitched hearts of love and good intention. Inspired by the 1000 Heart Project created by Sarah De Jonge. The idea is that we gather to embrace the art of slow stitching, creating a pocket heart stitched for ourselves, a friend, for someone to find as well as contribute to the Free Hearts Program

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Nancylee Merzel is a quilter and textile artist of over 25 years experience. A passionate hand stitcher that embraces the arts of the past and the stories of makers. Nancylee has been involved in collaborative works including the ThreadIN project (2019) as part of the 16 days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence, lead by Jessie Deane, and is also a Prevention Practitioner and Project Coordinator.

So much waiting for you to Explore