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ELO Massive Dance Event <h4>Andy Howitt</h4>
May
5
9:25 PM21:25

ELO Massive Dance Event

Andy Howitt

Electric Light Orchestra are a rock band Formed in 1970. Their music is characterised by a fusion of Pop, Classical and Futuristic soundscapes, great tracks include:Don’t Bring Me Down-Turn To Stone-Mr Blue Sky and Xanadu - Come learn 1970 dance moves The Hustle, The Bus Stop The Bump and The funky chicken and on the hour we perform a MASS ELO DANCE PARTY

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ELO Massive Dance Workshop <h4>Andy Howitt</h4>
May
5
8:20 PM20:20

ELO Massive Dance Workshop

Andy Howitt

Electric Light Orchestra are a rock band Formed in 1970. Their music is characterised by a fusion of Pop, Classical and Futuristic soundscapes, great tracks include:Don’t Bring Me Down-Turn To Stone-Mr Blue Sky and Xanadu - Come learn 1970 dance moves The Hustle, The Bus Stop The Bump and The funky chicken and on the hour we perform a MASS ELO DANCE PARTY.

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ELO Massive Dance Workshop <h4>Andy Howitt</h4>
May
5
7:30 PM19:30

ELO Massive Dance Workshop

Andy Howitt

Electric Light Orchestra are a rock band Formed in 1970. Their music is characterised by a fusion of Pop, Classical and Futuristic soundscapes, great tracks include:Don’t Bring Me Down-Turn To Stone-Mr Blue Sky and Xanadu - Come learn 1970 dance moves The Hustle, The Bus Stop The Bump and The funky chicken and on the hour we perform a MASS ELO DANCE PARTY

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ELO Massive Dance Workshop <h4>Andy Howitt</h4>
May
5
6:10 PM18:10

ELO Massive Dance Workshop

Andy Howitt

Electric Light Orchestra are a rock band Formed in 1970. Their music is characterised by a fusion of Pop, Classical and Futuristic soundscapes, great tracks include: Don’t Bring Me Down-Turn To Stone-Mr Blue Sky and Xanadu - Come learn 1970 dance moves The Hustle, The Bus Stop The Bump and The funky chicken and on the hour we perform a MASS ELO DANCE PARTY.

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Façade Projection <h4>Joel Zika</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Façade Projection

Joel Zika

An interactive artwork that can be seen from great distances and interacted with intimately.

Artist Joel Zika invites participants to explore fantastic mural projections using digital controllers. Façade uses new techniques to create a projected animation that is revealed as participants wave digital flashlights towards this public canvas.

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Trend: Your City <h4>Merinda Kelly, Soraya Mobayad and Yasmin Mobayad</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Trend: Your City

Merinda Kelly, Soraya Mobayad and Yasmin Mobayad

Merinda Kelly, in collaboration with Soraya Mobayad, Yasmin Mobayad, and a range of local artists and lowercase poetry will present an exciting, interactive laneway installation which responds imaginatively to the City and its current state of de-industrialisation. Experience for yourself the colourful and illuminating voices of workers and poets. Delight in an abundance of material objects once desired and loved. Join us to explore and re-imagine your urban future in real time.

PARTICIPATE: Bring along a small, non-breakable manufactured object that you no longer want, need or love to add to our totems to material culture. By placing your object inside the totem, you may be absolved of your material guilt!

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Mountain to Mouth @ Geelong After Dark Constellation - River of Words <h4>Matt Bonner and Esther Konings-Oakes</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Mountain to Mouth @ Geelong After Dark Constellation - River of Words

Matt Bonner and Esther Konings-Oakes

Viewers will be met by books illuminated and arranged to form pathways on the sidewalk. Positioned among the books will be desks where people can participate by writing their vision of the future. The foyer of city hall will be transformed into a blackened space where a projected river of words gleaned from Geelong constituents will use text to illuminate the void and create an enchanting riverscape of possibility.

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Organic Tunes of Light - Musical Illuminated Mushrooms<h4>Margie Balazic, Zlatko Balazic and George Balazic</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Organic Tunes of Light - Musical Illuminated Mushrooms

Margie Balazic, Zlatko Balazic and George Balazic

What really is happening in Geelong’s rich soils? As the sun goes down, and we rest our feet… up pops giant treasures of precious mushrooms, golden colourful toadstools with sounds that merge gracefully creating a night of beauty.

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Light Travels <h4>Retail Cargo Cult - Teresa Lawrence, Glen Smith, David Dellfiora and Sue Hartigan</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Light Travels

Retail Cargo Cult - Teresa Lawrence, Glen Smith, David Dellfiora and Sue Hartigan

Light Travels is a nomadic suitcase installation in the laneways and doorways of Geelong, an illuminated and audible display of distractions and ephemera by artists from the Retail Cargo Cult.

An alternative ceremony for the age of consumerism, Light Travels conjures the spirit of Adorno and Benjamin’s suitcase.

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Talking Lamp Posts <h4>Laughter House Entertainment</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Talking Lamp Posts

Laughter House Entertainment

Our “Live Entertainment” installation TALKING LAMPPOST act is the latest of our homegrown productions. Picture two beautiful European influenced Lamp posts on the side of the road or on a park pathway, as you stroll past you think “Gee that’s a handsome light post” then out of nowhere it speaks to you. “Live Entertainment”! At first you think that you are hearing things, but then you realise that you are wearing a red shirt and it is saying “hey you in the red shirt.” Feeling a tiny bit like you are on candid camera, you turn and sheepishly answer “Yeees.”

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Primordial Rhythm<h4>Michael Morgan, Alex Hornford and Marita Batna </h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Primordial Rhythm

Michael Morgan, Alex Hornford and Marita Batna

Primordial Rhythm, a new work from Michael Morgan, Alex Hornford and Marita Batna (as curator) is a sculpture that delivers sound through the palette of frequencies for tactile, visual and aural perception and interaction in real time. Since all material forms have sound properties – vibrational frequencies that link with colour of different spectrum and intensities – Primordial Rhythm invites you to explore and synchronise with the range of harmonics of nature. When people and things are matched with their natural frequency it creates harmony.

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Field of Beams <h4>Codeacious</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Field of Beams

Codeacious

  • Little Malop Street Central Shop 113-115 (map)
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Create your own 80s dance floor hit! Enter an invisible light field of infrared beams and move your body to control synthesisers, fat beats, and robotic lighting in real time.

Powered by custom software written specifically for Geelong After Dark, the experience combines virtual reality technology with music control software and theatrical lighting systems.

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The New Joneses <h4>Tamara DiMattina</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

The New Joneses

Tamara DiMattina

With the help of The New Joneses and their Tiny Home pop-up, The Future of Housing event will challenge the way we build our homes and suburbs and help us envision what Geelong’s homes will be like in 30 years. We will look at global trends in housing; technology; and energy saving, and explore what these mean for homes of the future.

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In the Shadow of Giants <h4>Various Artists</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

In the Shadow of Giants

Various Artists

What lurks in the shadows between the historically accurate and the imagined? See and hear the shadows of monstrous Bullockornis - Daemon Duck of Doom and the terrifying and elusive swamp-dwelling Bunyip. These giants of the past come to life in a shadow and sound experience by the renowned Barking Spider Visual Theatre. A night at the museum that ignites imaginations and minds.

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Surge<h4>Jasmine Grace</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Surge

Jasmine Grace

An interactive installation that creates mesmerising waves of light across the night sky.

As all things are made of waves and particles, this work explores the nature of reality and the part wavelengths play in its formation.

Come and encounter a rhythmic force of energy, light and sound, that will activate your senses in a playful experience for all ages.

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The Sound of Light <h4>Various Artists</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

The Sound of Light

Various Artists

Pop into Geelong Gallery after hours and experience the Gallery as it comes to life. Explore Luminous relic a major new collaborative painting and moving image work by artists Mandy Martin and Alexander Boynes, together with a score by Tristen Parr and performance by Laura Boynes. Fun family activities include a pop-up cinema provided by Projector Bike, Arts Adventure, art-making activities, live music and a pop-up bar and café.

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The Story Telling Machine<h4>Betty Sargeant – Creative Director and Artist; Justin Dwyer - Technical Director and Artist; Peter Walker - Creative Coder; Andrew Ogburn - Composer and Audio Tech</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

The Story Telling Machine

Betty Sargeant – Creative Director and Artist; Justin Dwyer - Technical Director and Artist; Peter Walker - Creative Coder; Andrew Ogburn - Composer and Audio Tech

  • Geelong Regional Library and Heritage Centre (Level 5) (map)
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An interactive media artwork, The Storytelling Machine instantly transforms the public's drawings into animated characters that roam the artwork's worlds. Ultimately The Storytelling Machine presents a collective story. Come along and be involved in Australia’s first exhibition of this creative technology experience. The Storytelling Machine was co-produced under sponsorship from the Asia Culture Centre and the ACI (South Korea). The development of The Storytelling Machine was supported by the City of Melbourne; the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria; the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund; the City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund and the Exertion Games Lab.

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