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The festival is now in its third year and is the only contemporary art festival in South West Sydney dedicated to children.
There is plenty to look forward to at this year’s event, including quality performances, films made by children for children, and creative hands-on workshops.
Many will also be lining up to see the featured event of the festival, which will be a giant installation, titled Tanabata: Wish Upon a Star, by Melbourne-based Japanese artist Chaco Kato.
During the festival, Chaco Kato will be holding workshops, and the art piece will evolve as children’s origami, kirigami, and tanzaku are added to the installation.
The installation will require almost 190km of yarn and 300 metres of bamboo to be fully achieved!
To continue to allow the festival to be delivered for free, the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre is calling on the community to pledge their support to help them keep the festival a free and quality event. If you would like to support the event, you can do so at www.pozible.com/project/181664.
For those who want to head to this year’s WOW Festival, it takes place from 9-12 July 2014 at the Casula Powerhouse. All further details can be found at www.wayoutwestfestival.com.au.