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Grrl Fest 2015 Is Back For Its 3rd Year Running

Check out the program for the festival celebrating and empowering women.



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Grrl Fest, the independent multi-platform music and arts event which celebrates and empowers women-identified artists, has released its program for 2015. GF2015 will have a huge market stall in the Civic Square, exhibitions from local and interstate artists, bands, cabaret, comedy, roving artists and a very special photo booth hosted by HELL Melbourne.  

The program for Grrl Fest 2015 includes (You can click on the acts for more information):

MUSIC:

ROVING

CABARET

SPOKEN WORD

FILM SCREENINGS:

  • Queen Of The Desert 
    "Starlady is originally from country Victoria but grew up travelling around Australia, including the central deserts, with her family.

    She returned to the desert in 2000 to embark on a Peace and healing walk with Arabunna elder Uncle Kevin Buzzacott. The journey transformed her life and inspired her to build relationships with indigenous communities throughout Australia. Her career as a youth worker began in Kintore, 2002, with the Sonic Boom Circus and she has now worked in over 30 indigenous communities across the country. From 2005 to 2009 Starlady lived in Melbourne completing courses in hairdressing, make-up and costume with the aim of passing these skills onto indigenous youth."
  • Scattered Windows, Connected Doors

    "Scattered Windows, Connected Doors is a film about women from urban India.

    Eight women. Eight stories. An inspiring documentary capturing the thoughts and choices of these women living in urban India. A series of conversations on love, loss, fear, loneliness, marriage, freedom and what it means to be a woman.

ART:

  • Decore by 
    Celeste Electric 
  • Las Mujeres Exhibition (Guatemala) 
  • Astro Twitch 
  • YiyiYeok
  • KirstyHulm
  • Betty Musgove

STALLS:

FOOD AND DRINK:

INSTALLATIONS:

  • HELL Photo Booth
  • TATTOO PEEP SHOW
     

GRRL FEST 2015
Location:
Northcote Town Hall & Civic Square, 
High street Northcote, 86 Tram.
Date and time: Saturday March 21, midday to 1am
Price: $15/ $20

This year is going to be bigger than ever, so make sure you arrive early.
*ALL AGES EVENT - Minors must be accompanied by an adult.*

For more information, visit Grrl Fest on their:

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