Ephemeral: a beautiful festival at Panboola – April 13th 2019

Located on the fringe of Pambula Village, Panboola is a conservation, restoration, educational and passive recreational and tourism project, embracing the history and diversity of the wetlands within the flood plain.  They provide a unique place to experience culture and diversity in nature.  A wander or cycle through Panboola will expose you to fresh water billabongs, saltmarsh and mangroves and a wide variety of birdlife.

Art and creativity will be at the heart of these wetlands on Saturday 13 April 2019. The Pambula Wetlands and Heritage Project, in collaboration with the Lonely Arts Club Pambula, have organised Ephemeral – a one day festival – to celebrate the landscape of Panboola and the creativity it inspires.

The community is invited to come between 9am-2pm and wander the grounds of the wetlands and enjoy in-situ temporary sculptures, installations of art, craft demonstrations, acoustic music and stalls. Book into workshops and try woodcarving, textile art and screenprinting.

A series of workshops on the day will complement the festival.   These include an Art Masterclass with Shona Wilson (9.30am-3.30pm). a Youth Writers Workshop with Gabbie Stroud (9.30am-2.00pm), a wood carving workship with Spoonsmith where you can make a spoon or carve a bird and so much more.  Visit the Panboola website for a full list of all the workshops and to book your place.

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