In 2009 this collaboration produced a stunning projection show Deck the Hall, an audiovisual illumination of the beautiful Centennial Hall in the Main Street of Lobethal. The images for this presentation were inspired by suggestions by the local community.
A second display was a grove of LED illuminated lantern sculptures powered by Solar energy, created by community members in workshops.
In 2010 The Lights of Lobethal and illuminart got together again to create exciting new projects for the festival, that ranged from window projection displays inspired by Lobethal history, a light trail that featured hand made lanterns, solar powered displays, giant lanterns, and workshops where people could make their own lanterns to take home using bike-powered sewing machines.
These projects were assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, by Festivals Australia, the Lights of Lobethal Festival, and sponsorship from Illuminart and business partners.
"Thank you for your skills and talents in the 2009 Lights of Lobethal Festival. The Deck the Hall and the Solar Grove has kept the lights 'fresh'. I look forward to participating in exciting lights with you next year."Kathryn
- Victoria Harrison, Textile & Community Artist
- Megan Collins, Research
- Cindi Drennan, Project Director / Multimedia Artist
- Anne Griffith, Textile & Visual Artist
- Lachlan Tetlow-Stuart, New Media Artist
- Jessica Foster, Interdisciplinary Artist
- Karen Fennell, Textile & Visual Artist
- Joel Panther, Multimedia Assistant
- Maxine Herrmann, Community Liaison