Hazelhurst Arts Centre will hold its first At Night evening for the year on Friday, May 25 featuring three hours of art, music, talks, Fijian-inspired food and drinks and even a peer into the future with physic readings
More than 5,000 people have enjoyed Hazelhurst’s At Night events since they began in 2014.
This year, visitors will be able to see the current exhibition Vanishing Point, and listen to the exhibiting artists talk about their works in the gallery space.
The Vanishing Point exhibition is an artist-initiated project by five female artists that considers the concept of the island from various viewpoints.
The night will also allow visitors to participate in some family art-making, enjoy music, food and a glass of wine and join the ten-minute gallery tours.
Families can visit the Fantasy Island family zone and enjoy storytelling, art making and face painting.
Or they could participate in Shadow Drawing: No Man is an Island where light is used to project your shadow onto hanging paper and then you trace the outline of your silhouette. Shadows of family and friends can be layered against your own.
Finally, they can visit the mystic alcove and have your coffee cup read by Nicole Barakat and find out what the future holds.
At Night, 6pm to 9pm, Friday, May 25, Hazelhurst Arts Centre 782 Kingsway, Gymea NSW www.hazelhurst.com.au/