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Lantern Workshop - Hutt Winter Festival


Sat 18 Aug 2018, 2:00pm–5:00pm

Where: The Dowse Art Museum, 45 Laings Rd, Lower Hutt, Wellington Region

Restrictions: All Ages

Registration Types:

  • Workshop Admission: Free ($0.00)
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Listed by: HuttWinterFestival

At these lantern making workshops you will be creating a lantern that you can attach to a bike, wheelchair or pushchair, or carry while you walk. We’ll show you how you can light it up either using your bike lights or with LED lights.

We hope this will result in people feeling inspired and empowered to bring their lanterns and take part in the illuminated bike parade and the ‘Lighting our Ancestral Pathways’ procession at the Hutt Winter Festival on Saturday 18 August.

We are all interested in sustainability and recycling, so where possible we will use recycled and upcycled materials to create lanterns. We will use recycled laptop batteries to power our LED lighting strips, which can be recharged and reused, saving a huge amount of hazardous waste ending up in the dump.

Limit: 30 participants

About the artists:
Jojo Jowett, a local Hutt artist, will be running this workshop for Lucid DremBike while they prepare for their illuminated bike parade!

Lucid DreamBike is a team of four core members, plus friends. They create bicycle powered events that aim to inspire joy, creativity and magic. Their projects aim to bring the joy of cycling and discovering a city by bike, and combine that with their artistic and community engagement skills. They are a unique collective of artists in New Zealand making their people powered parades on wheels. They are Stephen Templar, Erika Grant, Gerard Crewdson and Kelvin Aris, a talented crew of Hutt and Wellington based visual artists, musicians, filmmakers, designers, illustrators, performers and community engagement specialists.

This workshop is running at multiple locations and times:
- Saturday 28 July @ Koraunui Stokes Valley Community Hub - 11.00am - 2.00pm
- Saturday 4 August @ Wainuiomata Library - 1.30 - 4.30pm
- Saturday 11 August August @ Walter Nash Centre in Taita