We are feeling very confident that despite the challenges of restrictions, we will have a great show. In fact, so confident, we’ve built a festival around it. All details can be found here on the website under the Artsfest21 tab.
Along with the Art show daily at MiRa - Marysville’s Information and Regional Artspace, there are scheduled and pop-up Art workshops on the deck at MiRa, the Booknest launch their impressive Art Book collection at 11am on Sunday and there’s a weekend Wine Bar plus a film showing on the Monday evening at the Community Golf & Bowls Club. With a bit of luck, the rose garden at the Historical Society will be blooming and you can find music daily at food venues around town. There will be music Friday - Tuesday, so keep your eye on our facebook page for venue times and artist information and be mindful that venues are heavily restricted in numbers and may set time limits and other conditions.
To create ArtsFest21, the Triangle Arts Group and Marysville’s Cultural Community gathered artists, sponsors, funding bodies, prize providers and venues, who have all been very generous and supportive, particularly in the face of COVID uncertainty.
The show can go on thanks to Murrindindi Shire Council, Joy & Lloyd Gould Foundation, Gelbert & Davies, Professionals Marysville, Community Bank Upwey and Marysville, Peppers Marysville Hotel, FRRR, Foundation Murrindindi, Marysville & District Lions Club, Community Radio UGFM, The Marysville Grocer, Keppel Cafe, Elevation 423, Duck Inn Marysville, Marysville Community Golf & Bowls Club, Lynne Stone, MTBT and MiRa.
So make a plan to visit Marysville - maybe stay a few days and take in some great natural beauty and art? For more information, to volunteer or contact a team member email email@example.com