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Unique & Insightful Art Tour by the River in Footscray

BY Colour Box Studio | 15-May-2015
Colour Box Studio presents FOOT IT by Wynter Projects – a series of guided walking and riding tours of galleries, creative spaces, pop-up performances, public art and backyard studios. Meet the innovative creatives, superbly talented makers and the Avant-garde artists. #Art #ArtTour #Footscray
Venue: The Art Room
Address: 91 Moreland St, Footscray 3011
Date: 30 May 2015
Time: 12-2pm
Ticket: $35/ $45pp
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Explore in and around Maribyrnong River starting at the Cotton Mills. Image by Wynter Projects.
Image courtesy of Fred Fowler.
Colour Box Studio presents FOOT IT by Wynter Projects – a series of guided walking and riding tours of galleries, creative spaces, pop-up performances, public art and backyard studios. Meet the innovative creatives, superbly talented makers and the Avant-garde artists.

The next FOOT IT tour will be an art walk along the Maribyrnong River. We will begin at the historic Cotton Mills where the creatively abundant Art Room is located; then a visit to artist Fred Fowler’s studio, along the river to a powerful public art work by Daniela Rodriguez, a visit to see the Waterside Metal Art forge in action, up the hill to Footscray Community Arts Centre and finishing at Happy River Café.* Image courtesy of Fred Fowler.

These unique walking and cycle tours were developed by Chantal Wynter to present the dynamic Arts in all its variations. These walks also serve to consolidate and expand the creative networks in the Western Suburbs. The arts are of interest to many but often can be hard to find. A two-hour guided walk/ride offers an intimate experience and a taste of the various forms of art. Chantal Wynter quotes: ” It’s very fulfilling and immensely enjoyable developing the program and presenting to a curious audience.”