Date/Time: Friday August 24, 2007 at 7:00pm
Cost: Adults $30.00 Concession: $25.00
Venue: Lake Kawana Community Ctre,Sportsman Pde Bokarina
The World Concert will mesmerize you with the exhilarating performances of two of Australia's most renowned world music groups. Tulca mòr, one of Australia's top Irish bands collaborates with award-winning singer Jenny Fitzgibbon to present traditional Irish music at its best. SARS is a fiery flamenco-tango-jazz ensemble.
Experience the passion of SARS' interpretations of the rich harmonies of Argentine tango, their wild improvisations of gypsy jazz and the fire and grace of flamenco.
Dance To the Samba Beat
Date/Time: Saturday August 25, 2007 at 7:00pm - Midnight
Cost: Adults $20 Adult Student/Concession $15. Tickets available at door.
Venue: Lake Kawana Community Centre, Sportmans Parade, Bokarina
Why not dance the night away to the sensual rhythms of Latin America?
An introductory Latin Dance Class will happen from 7.30-8.30pm with Rio Rhythmics Latin Dance Academy followed by an exciting Latin Dance Show and Capoeira demonstration with Zambiacongo Capoeira. This is an adult only event and a licensed bar is available. Social dancing until midnight.
Great Multicultural Celebration
Date/Time: Sunday August 26, 2007 at 10:00am
Venue: University of the Sunshine Coast
Sunday's program involves stunning international performances, music, food, cultural displays, entertainment, art, craft and workshops at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Live vocal and musical performances will keep crowds entertained until the sun goes down.
Shows and entertainment (Free, All day): Multicultural floorshows, dance and music to entertain the whole family.
Grand Parade (Free at Midday): An exhilarating procession of people from around the world, proudly displaying their colourful traditional costumes and dance.
Storytelling Dome (Free, All day): Stories of Light, Laughter and Life will transport children and adults alike around the world.
Workshops (Free, All day): Families will be entertained and educated through the fun of art, craft, music, movement and multicultural games.
Social Issues Forum (Free, All day): Thought provoking discussion and debate on controversial issues of the world.
Zoom into Multiculturalism Photographic Exhibition (Free, All day): The Australian world viewed through the eyes of culturally diverse women dwelling on the Sunshine Coast.
Traditional Chinese Art Exhibition (Free, All day): A Collection of Stone Rubbings from Ancient China.
International Food Feast (All day): Embark on a gastronomic journey savouring a vast range of international food.
Cultural Market Place (All day): Selling and displaying artefacts and cultural items from around the world.
Visit www.festuri.org.au for further information
FESTURI 2007 will open its doors to Sunshine Coast on the 17th of August with "The Light of the Sunset", an art exhibition hosting Redouane Bernaz, an ethnic mixed media artist from Morocco, alongside local artist's cultural expressions.
On August 24th (Lake Kawana Community Centre), FESTURI 2007 will mesmerise us with a World Concert. Sunshine Coast will enjoy the exhilarating music performance of Tulca mor, one of Australia's top Irish bands - collaborates with award-winning singer Jenny Fitzgibbon - to present traditional Irish music at its best, and SARS, a fiery flamenco-tango-jazz ensemble; SARS' interpretations of the rich harmonies of Argentine tango, the wild improvisations of gypsy jazz and the fire and grace of flamenco.
Moving on to August 25th, FESTURI 2007 is proud of presenting a Brazilian feast of cultural expression with Rio Rhythmics Latin Dance Academy floorshow & Capoeira Demonstration with Zambiacongo Capoeira. Rio Rhythmics strives to maintain dance styles' cultural authenticity
A week of excitement culminating with The Great Celebration on Sunday 26th at the University of the Sunshine Coast where performers from all over south east Queensland will showcase their talents, originating from countries such as; Brazil, India, Greece, Germany, USA, Mongolia, Samoa, Spain, China, Indigenous Australia, Ireland, Thailand, New Zealand and and many more. We invite you to come along and feast your senses, embark on a gastronomic journey savouring a vast range of international food.
From the exotic Friday evening concert to the hotter than ever Saturday evening Latin experience to the final Sunday event of food, music, dance, song and the Grand Parade of International costumes, FESTURI 2007 is promising to be the best ever!
Official FESTURI Launch Art Exhibition
"The Light of the Sunset"
FESTURI, Creative Noosa and The Edge PR
Date/Time: Friday August 17, 2007 at 7:00pm
Venue: Cooroy Butter Factory, 10 Maple Crescent, Cooroy
FESTURI 2007 will be launched at 'The Light of the Sunset' a stunning visual art exhibition showcasing Sunshine Coast cross-cultural artists alongside international Moroccan based artist Redouane Bernaz.
Everyone is invited to join in this event marking the grand opening of FESTURI 2007.
See the light of a Moroccan sunset on the Sunshine Coast
International Moroccan artist Redouane Bernaz is set to make The Light of the Sunset exhibition one of the most memorable art exhibitions in the history of the FESTURI festival.
he work of this materialist and expressionist artist will be showcased alongside local artists at the Cooroy Butter Factory for this year's FESTURI: a multicultural celebration, on the Sunshine Coast from 14 to 26 August with an exhibition opening on the 17 August.
Bernaz's works and creations grace private and public collections on every continent. Born and educated in Casablanca, Bernaz left Morocco in 2000 to complete his formation in Paris where he did an internship at the National College or Arts and Design, Olivier de Serres. He has featured in eight successful exhibitions, including Autour des Artistes (Essaouira-Angers, Saint Aubin Angers, France, 2005).
Bernaz uses natural materials that we are all familiar with - soil, straw, dried flowers, bark, bamboo, hessian and pelt - to create a connection between the viewer and his art. "The instant of this first connection is the most important," he said.
In his artwork Ssyniya (a metaphor for community), Bernaz questions whether 'community', the sense of solidarity and unity, can coexist within a material society. His triptych (past, present and future) represents fragmented unity. A film projected onto the triptych makes the connection between the material (the painting) and the immaterial (the light from the projector). The film's soundtrack recalls the principles of neighbourhood and respect. "Are these the characteristics of a past generation?" he asks.
Local artists will exhibit works that reflect the theme The Light of the Sunset, and focus on the emotional, spiritual, cultural or visual significance of sunsets in different countries and cultures.
For further information, please contact: Katie Edmiston Creative Noosa, ph: 5472 0222
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