2024 Flinders Fringe | Workshops, sculpture, ocean dancing…

The 2024 Flinders Fringe program includes a lineup of artists, performers and entertainers delivering cabaret, jazz, singalongs, exhibitions, literary lunches, First Nations workshops, sculpture, nature walks, ocean dancing, the chance to paint a wooden shorebird and much more at various venues across Flinders in Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula from 23 to 25 February.

A visual art highlight is Australian-Colombian artist Joshua Searle’s two exhibitions curated by Emily McCulloch Childs: STOLEN GOLD in monochrome at Cook Street Collective from 19 February to 10 March and STOLEN GOLD at Flinders Hotel Quarters from 8 to 25 February – Searle examines and unpacks pre-Columbian artefacts encountered through texts held in museum collections (including the British Museum) as a means to further understand his own diasporic history and identity.

Joshua Searle with artworks. Photograph: Noa Smith Fletcher. Courtesy Flinders Fringe, Melbourne


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