Coastal Culture: Hit These Central Coast Events For a Weekend Adventure This April

Coastal Culture: Hit These Central Coast Events For a Weekend Adventure This April
Coastal Culture: Hit These Central Coast Events For a Weekend Adventure This April

You think origami, you think folding paper. But this April, put your assumptions to one side and think about what else could possibly be folded. At the Gosford Regional Gallery and Edogawa Commemorative Garden, an incredible visual spectacle will take place on Saturday, April 13, with a host of musical acts, including DJ duo Stereogamous, pop artist Tessa Thames, and circus performer Ray Matthews.

Attendees of Origami – Folding Light and Sound are advised to come dressed for a garden party (flowers in your hair, plant-themed accessories and the like), albeit a garden party that features a traditional Japanese teahouse, delicious Sichuan dumplings, and aerial cabaret. It’s all the brainchild of the not-for-profit Naughty Noodle Fun Haus collective, which, since 2018, has been organising community entertainment events with a strong focus on inclusion, diversity and acceptance.

In the collective’s words, it “proudly embraces renegade artists and thought-leaders who are courageous, outrageous and mind-blowing”. All you have to do is bring a picnic blanket, lawn furniture and an open mind, and you’ll be treated to a sunset experience where you can dance to your heart’s content, find quiet contemplation in nature, and everything in between. Origami promises to turn Gosford into a tactile, audio/visual wonderland, giving you an evening that you’ll never want to forget.

Source: concreteplayground.com

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