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Can Art Stop a Bullet?
SPECIAL SCREENING presented by LAKE LIGHT SCULPTURE
THURSDAY 26TH MAY
Pre SHOW Drinks 5pm
SCREENING JINDABYNE CINEMA 1 6.15pm
- Join us for a pre show drink and nibbles at Parc at 5pm
- Film Screening
- Q & A after the film with artists Ben Eyles and Emeritus Professor Denise Ferris from ANU School of Art & Design PLUS members of the film’s crew
William Kelly, widely considered the social conscience of Australian art, once said: “Art can’t stop a bullet, but it can stop a bullet from being fired.”
Filmed on five continents, with contributions from over 20 artists, thinkers and activists, this documentary explores the power of art to take a stand against violence in the world.
Screening will not go ahead unless minimum numbers are met. Please support this event and book your ticket now. Your ticket includes one drink, nibblies and entry to the film screening.
Lake Light Sculpture Online Exhibition COMING SOON
Lake Light Sculpture 2022 - CANCELLED
Due to unexpected high water levels on the event site, Lake Light Sculpture 2022 has been cancelled. Please follow us on social media and on this website, as we plan something different for 2022.
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ABOUT LAKE LIGHT SCULPTURE
Lake Light Sculpture is an inspiring outdoor sculpture exhibition and competition which will be held along the stunning foreshore of Lake Jindabyne in the Snowy Mountains of NSW each Easter.
The Easter long weekend offers a fantastic opportunity to experience Jindabyne. The sculptures are displayed in an evocative setting with the reflections of the Snowy Mountains on the lake, providing a living studio for the artworks.
It is as night falls that the real magic begins. Illumination has, since the festival’s inception, been a defining element of Lake Light Sculpture, with the sculptures lit from sunset to 10pm each evening. Artists embed lighting, reflection and optical tricks into their sculptures to play on the light of Easter’s full moon.
The effect is dramatic, transforming the already interesting sculptures and revealing hidden elements. It’s an ideal time to bundle up against the autumn chill and walk hand-in-hand with the ones you love along the foreshore.