Event :: Floating Land 2019

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Event
Floating Land 2019

Floating Land: point to point marks the 10th iteration of one of Noosa’s most significant and iconic cultural events.

Oct 12 2019 To Oct 27 2019

Go to the Symposium Live Stream

Floating Land: point to point marks the 10th iteration of one of Noosa’s most significant and iconic cultural events. Conceived in 2001 as a biennial outdoor sculptural program, Floating Land: point to point will have a presence across two key anchor sites in 2019 – Boreen Point and Noosa National Park.

From the serene shores of Lake Cootharaba at Boreen Point to the rocky outcrops of Noosa National Park – and several spaces in between – visitors will be invited to experience thoughtful, challenging and environmentally aware works that engage sensitively with these special and spectacular spaces.

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Day 11 - Wednesday 23rd

Wednesday 23 October 9:00am - 5:00pm AEST

Floating Land - 2019 - Symposium Live Stream

10.00am          Michael Brennan - opening + First Nations WelcomeLyndon Davis - Gubbi Gubbi Dance 

10.15am          Jandamarra – First Nations involvement in Brook Andrew’s Travelling Colony

10.50am          Bianca Beetson - Indelible Stain – responding to the history of Murdering Creek

11.45am          Leah Barclay - River Listening from Source to Sea

12.30pm          Masao Okabe & Chihiro Minato - Trees to Trees – Okabe revisits Noosa after 31 years 

2.15pm            Domenico de Clario - Floating Land, Floating Moon

3.00pm            Kristian HabbblomThe Blue Sea of Foliage

3.40pm            Deborah Hart - CLIMARTE – arts for a safe climate

4.20pm            Michael Brennan - closing