Arts Programs

Archi-Loom at Flavour Fest 2024!

Slow Art Collective

Brought to you by Melton City Council & Woodlea, you can participate in the Archi-Loom at Flavour Fest 2024!

Archi-Loom is an immersive and interactive installation by the Slow Art Collective that will evolve through public participation during the festival. Made from recycled and repurposed materials, you're invited to add your creativity to the mix by weaving found materials into the walls or experimenting with sound.

Slow art is about re-evaluating what is important in a world that has focused on speed and profit for too long. By blurring the boundary between the artists and viewers, we gain a sense of community and cultural bonding through active creating together.

The Slow Art Collective is a Melbourne-based artistic collective currently helmed by Chaco Kato and Dylan Martorell, and founded on the principles of environmental sustainability, material ethics, DIY culture and collaboration.

Saturday 2 March 2024 | 12pm to 5pm (Flavour Fest runs from 12pm-9pm) | Frontier Oval, Aintree (Find the Archi-Loom in the Play Zone!)

Find out all the Flavour Fest details and the full line up on the website here:

Image courtesy of Slow Art Collective. 


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