After Hours Art Walk *Free event - register attendance*


After Hours Art Walk *Free event - register attendance*



The mutton bird plays an integral role in the history and culture of Flinders Island and surrounds with more than one million birds using the area as a rookery each year. As part of the Flinders Island Food & Crayfish Festival, Flinders Island District High School and local artists have created works including paintings, photography and moving images that speak to the community’s ongoing relationship with mutton birds.

This self-guided art walk meanders through the galleries and spaces of Whitemark to showcase local talent, history and culture. Some venues will also be offering food and drink available to purchase.

TIME: Friday 12th April, 6-8pm

VENUE: Various in Whitemark, collect your map from The Flinders Wharf, Whitemark

Free event, please continue booking to RSVP attendance

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Please note, given this festival is held on a remote island, events are subject to changes and or cancellations at any stage. In cases of extreme weather etc. ticket-holders will be notified of any updates.