Georgina Humphries’ Festivalling combines a large-scale fabric installation with a series of children’s creative workshops and experiences that celebrate the vibrant, musical and merry atmosphere of festivals. Designed as a colourful place for creative potential, Georgina Humphries’ Sky.of.tents installation acts as a backdrop for hands-on making, experimental play and dance occurring beneath. Festivalling was on show at the Moonee Valley Councils Incinerator Gallery between Dec 15th 2015-Jan 16th 2016 and ran alongside a series of other “Art making” activities and exhibitions which make up the Incinerator Gallery’s Summer Show.
The Summer Show at the Incinerator Gallery was designed as a celebration of Moonee Valley’s creative community.
The gallery spaces were filled with art created in workshops, classes and art making events that took place in the second half of the year. These activities took works from the City’s art collection and asked residents or ratepayers and visitors of Moonee Valley to respond with their own imagination and skill to give us their own perspective on our public art.
Visitors could view the creations of others and participate in a range of workshops and activities facilitated by contemporary artists Oliver Cloke and Georgina Humphries.