The Wired Open Day Festival
The Wired Open Day Festival is the Wired Lab’s signature all ages event featuring some of Australia’s most notable visual and performing artists. Explore the land and discover specially commissioned projects as the Wired Lab premieres the agri(culture) project, a collaborative series exploring the rural vernacular, emerging and ancient agricultural systems.
An all ages open-air event held from late afternoon into the evening, the 2017 Wired Open Day Festival is a celebration of place incorporating landscape, community, art, theatre, an evening concert, fantastic food and beverages. Local produce will be a feature of this year’s festival with food and drinks provided by outstanding local producers such as Grove Estate Wines, The Apple Thief Cider, and Tumut River Brewing Company.
This year’s festival also premieres the agri(culture) project, a collaborative series with artists exploring the rural vernacular, emerging and ancient agricultural systems.
- Chris Watson (UK)
- Field Theory
- Cat Jones
- Julie Vulcan
- Bron Batten
- The Ronalds
- David Burraston
- Chef Soon Lee Low
- Harriet Goodall
- Melanie Evans
- Members of the Wiradjuri & Natural Resource Management Communities
- Tamara Dean and Participants of The Edge project – Young people from Cootamundra and Tumut
TICKETING & EVENT DETAILS
SATURDAY 21st OCTOBER
Adults (18+ years) $60 per ticket (GST inc)
Junior (4-17 years) $40 per ticket (GST inc)
For more information or to book your ticket visit the Wired Lab website or TryBooking.