SeeChange Festival's Long Weekend actions

IT has been a huge week for the SeeChange Festival organisers and the hits will keep on coming.

The long weekend packed full of events and they will tag on from what was a successful literary lunch.

The SeeChange’s literary lunch, with Jane Caro at Bewong River Retreat held on Sunday, June 3, was a huge success.

The event was enjoyed by 85 guests and they were served a delicious two-course meal by chef Michael Edwards and desserts by Amanda Wilson.

The venue which was styled by students from Vincentia High School was warm and cozy and the floral arrangements from Gypsy Carmen were simply beautiful.

Jane Caro, a well known social commentator, writer and lecturer gave an entertaining and thought-provoking talk, autographed books and engaged with the audience throughout the event. 

The literary luncheon event was presented as a collaboration between local community groups Jervis Bay and Basin Arts and the Huskisson Jervis Bay Food Network.

Jordan’s exhibition of works, ‘Above, Below and In Between’ can be seen at Hyams Beach Cafe.

The festival continues until Monday June 11 and the weekend feature loads of fun events.

Families, over the weekend, can discover roving characters including Boris the Gnome, take in the side shows inside the Pocket Tent, experience live performances from The Doogans and much more.

For adults - catch some live acts inside The Pocket pop-up theatre from This Boy's in Love, The Stiff Gins and many more, and be mesmerised by the roving performers such as The Impressionists.

There are so many wonderful acts ready to entertain you. Saturday begins with a walk around White Sands Park in Huskisson.

Here you will find Morphology, a rainbow of interactive wire sculptures that morph as you touch them.

Experience all this, plus the special pop up live shows as part of Bamboozled!

Go to the Facebook page SeeChange Jervis Bay Arts Festival for times and more details.

The long weekend events are all centred around The Pocket ’s pop-up theatre.