Learn how Melbourne-based media artists, Cake Industries and Papermoon Puppet Theatre from Indonesian, came together to create whimsical sculptures of electromechanical theatre and handmade puppetry.

Anachron exhibited as part of The Light in Winter 2014.

Melbourne hip hop/reggae/soul artist, Muma Doesa performing by our Indigenous campfire at The Light in Winter, June 2014.

TAPE WORLD

In 2011, we commissioned Viennese/Croatian design collective Numen/For Use to create their packing tape installation to Federation Square. Now there has been 11 Tapes around the world!

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Studio Channel shares a compilation of our DIY Shrine videos from The Light in Winter.

Solstice Celebration

Celebrating the new journey toward Spring, the Solstice Celebration is has become the most loved night of The Light in Winter.

Photos by Curious Nation.

Solstice Celebration

Celebrating the new journey toward Spring, the Solstice Celebration has become the most loved night of The Light in Winter.

Photos by Curious Nation.

Solstice Celebration

Celebrating the new journey toward Spring, the Solstice Celebration has become the most loved night of The Light in Winter.

Photos by Curious Nation.

A big thanks to all the lovely people that helped us make The Light in Winter 2014!

A big thanks to all the lovely people that helped us make The Light in Winter 2014!

'The Light in Winter' lights up the heart of Melbourne

A cross-cultural celebration warmed crowds on a cold June night, as Melbourne marked the winter solstice with The Light in Winter festival, writes ABC International journalist, Jasmeet Kaur Sahi.

Leempeeyt Weeyn Indigenous campfire

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Radiant Lines lights up a cold Melbourne night

Playing the Federation Handbells - the instruments originally commissioned by Arts Victoria for the 2001 Centenary of Federation and now in the custody of Museum Victoria. Artists include Stéphanie Kabanyana Kanyandekwe, Smoke (Sam Winter,  Max West, Sonny Igusti, Hudson Whitlock) and The Click Clack Project's The Amplified Elephants.

Photos by Magnolia Lac.

Stefanus Akanmor carving the Bisj-poles in Fed Square for The Light in Winter.

Photos by Magnolia Lac.

Shabbir Wahid

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Get to know the president of The Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (Melbourne SE Chapter) and participant of The Light in Winter, Shabbir Wahid.

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Holly Wu

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“Community is important. Good communities make a good society.” - Holly Wu, The Light in Winter performer with NEMCA

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