Gallery photographs by Kylofoto

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

The community came between 9am-2pm and wander the grounds of the wetlands and enjoy in-situ temporary sculptures, installations of art, craft demonstrations, acoustic music, and creative workshops.

This project is supported by Create NSW’s Country Arts Support Program, a devolved funding program administered by Regional Arts NSW and South East Arts on behalf of the NSW Government. The Regional Arts Fund is an Australian Government initiative that supports sustainable cultural development in regional, remote and very remote Australia. This project was made possible by the Australian Government's Regional Arts Fund, provided through Regional Arts Australia and in NSW through Regional Arts NSW.  

For festival enquiries phone Michelle - Project Coordinator, Pambula Wetlands and Heritage Project - 0400341282

   art

music

Artists include:
 
Eva Beullens
Tabitha Bilaniwskyj-Zarins

​Warren Addicott
Jen Mallinson

Belinda Rosenbaum

​Panboola volunteers
 
Latvian Independence Day
unplugged & roaming free
9am-2pm
Annie Bryant
Music Circle for Children
10.30am - free

workshops

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Shona Wilson
Ephemeral Art
Masterclass
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Gabbie Stroud
Youth Literature
Masterclass
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Spoonsmith
Jeff Donne
Wood carving workshops 
 
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Lorna Crane
Mark making with Nature workshops 
 
Hilary Peterson
Postcards from Panboola 
 

  demonstrations

Wyndham Basketeers
 
Merimbula and District Art Group
 

dance

fLiNG Physical Theatre
Eco-motion
community dance session
free
11am

  food

Sapphire Eats
Woodfire pizzas
and
pre-ordered Grazing boxes
More than Beans Coffee
 
 
Julie Krone
Panboola
Tea-Towels