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The Australian Body Art Festival organisation committee has announced this year’s theme as “Wild Things” as artists are tasked with creating a full body art piece that captures the theme.

If you’ve never been to the Body Art Festival before, it is a colourful and creative experience for all ages and offers a unique free weekend of activities. The event is renowned for showcasing a variety of interesting art forms that appeal to the general public.

Event manager Danielle Taylor said dozens of artists and thousands of spectators are expected to attend the two-day event.

“(spectators and artists) always say how much they love it and what a wonderful experience it is to see living works of art come to life,” she said.

The event is centred on competitions in temporary body painting in the categories of brush and sponge, airbrush, special effects and face painting. For members of the public, it’s an event like nothing ever seen before, as human canvases take shape during the competitions.

All types of artists participate from around Australia and they simply used their artistic flair to work on a very different canvas - the human body!

It’s not just body painting competitions. The Festival also hosts a Wearable Art competition and parades with funky fashions made from recycled treasures. There is also a photography competition which results in a Photo Exhibition in the Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre in May.

At the end of each day there is a parade on the main stage of all the finished artworks and on the Saturday evening there is a free Saturday Soiree giving the opportunity to mix with artists, models and other festival goers with entertainment, a coloured holi powder area and a licenced bar.

Live music, roving entertainment, art installations and lots of food and drink round out the festival line-up. For more information, visit www.australianbodyart.com.au.

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Wild body art is back

Australia’s premier body painting event is back with wild creatures and creations taking over Cooroy’s Mill Place on Saturday 7 April and Sunday 8 April.

The Australian Body Art Festival organisation committee has announced this year’s theme as “Wild Things” as artists are tasked with creating a full body art piece that captures the theme.

If you’ve never been to the Body Art Festival before, it is a colourful and creative experience for all ages and offers a unique free weekend of activities. The event is renowned for showcasing a variety of interesting art forms that appeal to the general public.

Event manager Danielle Taylor said dozens of artists and thousands of spectators are expected to attend the two-day event.

“(spectators and artists) always say how much they love it and what a wonderful experience it is to see living works of art come to life,” she said.

The event is centred on competitions in temporary body painting in the categories of brush and sponge, airbrush, special effects and face painting. For members of the public, it’s an event like nothing ever seen before, as human canvases take shape during the competitions.

All types of artists participate from around Australia and they simply used their artistic flair to work on a very different canvas - the human body!

It’s not just body painting competitions. The Festival also hosts a Wearable Art competition and parades with funky fashions made from recycled treasures. There is also a photography competition which results in a Photo Exhibition in the Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre in May.

At the end of each day there is a parade on the main stage of all the finished artworks and on the Saturday evening there is a free Saturday Soiree giving the opportunity to mix with artists, models and other festival goers with entertainment, a coloured holi powder area and a licenced bar.

Live music, roving entertainment, art installations and lots of food and drink round out the festival line-up. For more information, visit www.australianbodyart.com.au.

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