Australian Body Art Festival 2018

Australian Body Art Festival 2018

  • When: 7-8 April 2018
  • Where: Cooroy, Noosa hinterland
  • Price: Free entry for spectators
  • Email: contact@australianbodyart.com.au
  • Website: www.australianbodyart.com.au

The theme for the 2018 Australian Body Art Festival is Wild Things - Australia's premier body art event will be a colourful and creative experience for all ages.

Boundaries are pushed as the human canvases are transformed into works of art before the crowd.

There will be competitions in temporary body painting in categories of brush and sponge, airbrush, special effects and face painting.

The event also showcases competitions and exhibitions in photography and wearable art (fashion made from recycled materials).

The event is a free festival that is a visual feast for the senses. Inspiring artworks, street performers, costumes, entertainment, market stalls and lots of fun all weekend make this a must-visit event!

CLICK HERE for a video of some of the body art activity from the 2017 Australian Body Art Festival.

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