Glow Winter Arts Festival
Time Out says
Follow the glow of lights in Central Park
Since its inception six years ago, the annual Glow Winter Arts Festival has ensured that Stonnington's glow up is very real, courtesy of light installations, sprawling projections and loads of after-dark fun. This year, the festival returns for four nights in August to illuminate Stonnington's Central Park with specially commissioned immersive light works.
This year, you'll be able to bring a giant marionette to life by grabbing one of 12 ropes and working with other volunteers. The creation, by Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, took four years to complete and uses 600 LED lights and more than a kilometre of hand-woven rope.
Other lit installations include a massive projection mapped onto one of the park's giant trees, and a dome of lights which act like pixels high above you.
Check out the Glow Winter Arts Festival program for the full line-up of new site specific works and installations, or simply get exploring.
The Glow Winter Arts Festival will run from August 15-18, from 6-10pm each night in Central Park, Malvern East.