Lachlan-Kalari Arts Festival

Hi friends of Mezzanine! Next weekend the Lachlan-Kalari Arts Festival is on in town and there are so many things happening!
Here is a brief rundown of when Mez is open and for what kind of things.

We’re acting as a hub of the festival with continued art exhibitions, a performance space, film screenings and for the first time we’re having the road closed of out the front between us an Pitt Stop for a mixed performance/street party night on Saturday.

Check out what else is happening below… we have attached an image of the write up for you to print (which includes the main events downtown). ENJOY! x

Future shorts films
7.30 for 8pm start
Oyster Bar and Antipasto platters
Bar open
Closed at 12

Saturday day
Breakfast 8.30 to 11.45am
Lunch 12 to 2pm
Bar open from 10am

Closed 3-6pm

Saturday Evening Front Street Courtyard
Dinner 7 to 10pm
– Gourmet picnic bag
– Noodle box
– Pasta box
– Filled jacket potatoes
and more.

Saturday Evening Inside Mez
Dinner 7 to 9pm
Ribs night:
– Lindies American spare ribs w homemade BBQ sauce
– Pork rashers Chinese style
Bookings encouraged to avoid disappointment 68514056
Bar open until midnight, liquor inside only

Sunday day
Breakfast 8.30 to 12
Lunch 12 to 2pm
Snacks available 2 to 4pm

Closed 4 to 6pm

Sunday Evening
Festival committee after-party
Dinner available
Bar open til 10pm
Doors close midnight

Festival Exhibitions at Mezzanine

Alice Leaves Wonderland
Paintings by Kiata Mason

Paper and Panache
Handmade books by visual artists of the Templar Street Artspace

Initiating a Friendship
Debut exhibition by local photographer Amy Whitfield

Artworks by Forbes Art Society Members

Dhinnawan Boy
Indigenous art by Colin Wightman

Local mix
Local artists are encouraged to submit a single piece of work for a mixed exhibition under the mezzanine level

What else is happening?

The music space in Mezzanine will be newly opened over the festival weekend and open to the public as a performance space

Future Shorts
Have you heard about our film evenings? This month we will be screening on Friday night (instead of the usual Saturday). Future Shorts is a collection of short films from around the world, screened simultaneously across 16 countries. Mezzanine in Forbes is home to one of the 10 Australian screenings.
Cosy up on a lounge at Mez with a wine, this Friday we will also have antipasto platters and an oyster bar.

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