Glebe Street Fair was awas with art this year, across three stages, and winding throughout the streets with music, poetry, talks, visual arts and crafts. And everyone was welcome to get involved with Sydney City Toyota Glebe letting fair goers paint two of their brand spanking new cars, an open poetry slam, DJ competition, interactive dmeonstration area and buskers lining the streets of Glebe!
Kil.n.it were spinning ceramics in our demonstration area. Kil.n.it is a creative space, providing studios, workshop space to those with an explorative, avant-garde attitude to ceramics.
We had all kinds of buskers from string quartets to singer-songwriters. Our busker Oceanland is a producer based in Sydney. Oceanland combines an aesthetic of vapid glamour and sinister after dark nous populated with characters whose lives are consumed with desire and desperation, the bright of the day and the cool of the night.
Glebe Street Fair 2016 launched the first ever BOSS DJ Competition. Sydney's finest DJ's battled it out for the champion title as the BOSS DJ Champion 2016!
Deep Sea Astronauts were causing mischeif up and down the sreet all day. They are a rag tag collective of performers, artist, musicians and writers who create strange and wonderful junkyard performances.
The Glass Artists' Gallery were hot stuff in the demonstration area. The gallery is Australia's foremost contemporary glass gallery and is the collectors' choice for accessing exceptional works by emerging and established Australian and New Zealand Artists working in glass.
Mouna Stone Trio delighted people cruising through Foley park with smooth and sultry vintage tunes. They are a jazz trio with an authentic sound and even more authentic dress sense. They have been playing at parties, swinging at soirees and wowing at weddings since early 2015.
Speaking of vintage, Godfrey Uke played silly ragtime tunes to the kids at Little Land. Godfrey has performed at Darling Harbour and The Seymour Centre in Sydney and is one of a selection of children's entertainers handpicked by Lah-Lah for a number of successful school holiday events, including the Night Owls Kids Film Festival.
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Images by Prema Photos