belgrave alive at the end of the line
|CJ Baxter, Cr Samantha Dunn and Brent Dakis.|
I was pleased to be able to provide funding from
my community ward fund to the EOTL festival.
Thousands flocked to Belgrave for a great event.
|The Cameo Outdoor Cinema proved to be a very |
popular live music space for the festival.
|This mural, created by Glenn Scolyer, was painted |
whilst the festival was underway - it looks great!
|Myself, Tiffaney Bishop and some of the collective |
artists at Belgrave's newest public art space.
It's Belgrave's newest public art space and I'm very thankful to Tiffaney Bishop, the collective of artists, the Belgrave traders and our Manager of Waste, who have all been very supportive of the project. The bins look great and are well worth a visit.
|This sand sculpture was created by Kallista local, Natasha.|
The kids played in the sand whilst Natasha set about
creating this sculpture during the festival. At the same time
the Selby First Scouts did a roaring trade on the
|This space at the rear of India Gate was transformed|
into street art and dance party.
|Artist Glenn Scolyer donated his time to create this|
fantastic mural on the Safeway wall, one of the gateways
|Even Belgrave's Cherry Trees were|
part of the festival action, this one
sporting some yarn bombing.
|Me and Glenn Scolyer, Glenn's done a lot of work|
with murals across the Shire, but this is his first
local piece and it looks great.
|Night time saw this spoken word venue created|
downstairs at Chocolate Sensation. Isha Molloy
captivating the audience with her pieces.
|Belgrave's live music venues were part of EOTL too.|
Local artist Ben Kelly played Oscar's Alehouse, Steve
Davies joined in with drums and digeridoo. It was a
great way to finish a big day in Belgrave.