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What an amazing weekend. Thanks to everyone who was involved in making it happen. All that hard work payed off it was spectacular. Friday night we had our “Possible Futures, Waste reduction Discussion Panel” which was the start of many more discussions and the fashion parade to end all fashion parades. Slow fashion never looked so good. The Tip Shop DJ finished off the night with all our favorite Tip Shop records Saturday night Harry Jakamarra and Elwood Grey’s captivating performance is one i’m glad i was there to witness. We have some ineradicable photo’s from Carbon Element our contemporary dance night exploring the dark side of waste through dance and experimental found object music. Sunday night we had Denmark’s first showing of “Well Weathered Piano” a film by local film maker Robert Castiglione. The film explored ruin and decay of old piano’s with experimental improviser/ composer Ross Bolleter. And that’s just the night time events.
The day time Saturday and Sunday Not Waste Bizarre and morning workshops were a hive of activity. Ali Marshal had an endless stream of people wanting to learn how to repair there bikes including one couple who just turned up on bikes to go to the library and Ali serviced there bikes while they were there. Luca Gentle’s Nurf Gun Moding workshop was by far the most popular. At no time did i see less than 10 kids hard at it learning to dismantle, repair and modify there Nurf Guns.Rob Gulley & Brenda Conochie’s workshop 3 ways to turn Foodscraps to Fertiliser was a great success great information that will definitly help people to better reduce waste. As always Plastic Reduction Denmark were hard at it producing more planet friendly shopping bags.
None of this could have happened without the help of Denmark Shire (who donated the use of the Civic Centre) Denmark Arts (who donated the use of thier projector and lights), Denmark Community Resource (for the use of their projector), Denmark Upcycle Collective, and Green Skills/ Denmark Tip Shop for financial support putting this event together. Also a huge thanks to Freehand Wines and there amazing food wine and Boston Brewery’s beer. So great to be a part of such an supportive and environmentally conscious community.
Look out for more events soon.
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