Fed Square’s free annual, month-long program, The Light in Winter launches this Friday. Directed by Robyn Archer, this year’s program takes inspiration from the National Year of Reading and will focus on the enlightenment that reading brings to our lives. Literary texts, oral traditions, calligraphy, music, body art and braille will be re-imagined in creative ways; a village of interactive light sculptures by international and local designers will take over the Square; and an array of festive events will delight and entertain.
Take a look at what’s on for the month at fedsquare.com/thelightinwinter
Pictured: Literature Vs Traffic by Spanish guerilla art collective, Luzinterruptus. They will be bringing their en-masse illuminated book installation to Fed Square for its Australian Debut.