Light Up Port Fairy
Giant lightfish will fill the sky above Fiddler’s Green for our opening party on June 9...and that’s just the beginning!
The lights are back to illuminate your imagination again, with different interactive installations dotted around town each weekend including magical projections at Blarney Books. Tag your pics with #portfairy #winterweekends to share our bright little town with the world!
$5 per person
Saturday 24 June, 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Starts at Fiddler's Green, then cruises around town
Meet at Fiddler’s Green Bring your own wheels or stay on foot to follow the moving film festival projected from a bicycle. Be part of the roving audience watching quirky and local movies screened onto walls around town. BYO jacket, beanie and popcorn!
Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 July
Town Centre and Battery Point
Made from vintage packing crates and bursting with sound and light, this unexpected cabinet of curiosities was a highlight of 2017 White Night Ballarat. Find this roaming robotic sculpture in the streets and hidden laneways of Port Fairy's town centre, and at the closing party at Battery Point.
Blarney Books and Art, James St
The windows of the book store light up with moving lights and words to bring James Street alive at night. Wander along to Blarney Books to see (and read!) this year's bright and fresh installation of projection art.
Fri 9 June and various dates
In the window at Brooke’s Hardware, Sackville St
Barking Spider Theatre Co will conduct all-ages workshops for locals to delicately cut silhouettes from paper. The cut-outs then form an intricate rotating shadow puppet light show for all to see.
Pop your head into this brand new artwork from renowned Natimuk animator Dave Jones, and your ginormous face will be projected live onto a nearby wall or tree around town! Check social media then head out after dark to put your very large visage up in lights.