end of the line is coming
Mark Saturday 24 November 2012 - 10am till late in your diary
The END OF THE LINE Festival is planned to be a celebration of place, space, sound and “art” in some of the hidden and lesser known spaces of Belgrave.
Scores of locals have already come forward offering to exhibit, perform, help organise events and stage workshops in the rarely seen nooks and crannies of this iconic hills town. It’s an event all about the celebration of “art” and fun.
I've been pleased to be able to support the END OF THE LINE Festival through my community ward fund. END OF THE LINE is a wonderful way to recognise and support arts and artists in our community, this is a very creative region and the festival is away of bringing community and artists together in a celebration of creativity and community spirit.
There'll be plenty more announcements on performers, stalls, venues and events soon. Check this animation by Nick Simpson here.
For more info on how you can get involved, volunteer or make a donation to the Festival visit END OF THE LINE.
END OF THE LINE Festival organisers, Limerence’s Brent & CJ Dakis, have been busy helping co-ordinate the idea into existence. Organised totally by volunteers, the END OF THE LINE Festival is an all-ages, not for profit, free, community event.
END OF THE LINE is supported by Belgrave Community Arts Partnership, Belgrave Library, Belgrave Traders Association, Burrinja Cultural Centre, Cameo Cinemas, Cr Samantha Dunn, Limerence, Orchestrated Noise, Seagull Press, Shire of Yarra Ranges, Sign X, Southern Dandenongs Landcare Group, 3MDR FM and the Tiffaney Bishop Collective.