JOONDALUP’S inaugural four-night Kaleidoscope Festival is set to light up the city centre from tomorrow night.
Visitors to the free festival of projection and illumination can make their mark through UV light and glow-in-the-dark art.
The do-it-yourself activities will be run in an area behind Lotteries House from 5.30pm each night.
“Visitors can contribute to a series of collectively-created artworks, create cool wearable art, discover glow-in-the-dark decor and face painting, try their hand at shadow puppetry, take a hula hoop for a spin and even participate in a glow yoga session,” Joondalup Mayor Troy Pickard said.
“They can work with a community artist and create art en masse, try glow juggling or experiment with shadows and try their hand at shadow puppetry.”
Kaleidoscope creative director Cindi Drennan said the family friendly program and interactive nature of the events and activities allowed everyone to contribute to the illumination of the city.
Note: Friday’s Remembrance Day service has been shifted from Joondalup’s Central Park, because of Kaleidoscope, to the Ocean Reef War Memorial.
Where: Joondalup city centre
When: Thursday, Nov 10-Sunday Nov 13