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George Farmer Building 328 Eureka Street Ballarat VIC 3350

Friday the 16th of November

Opening night – 6pm

Featuring a Fashioned Art Parade highlighting artists and designers who have made wearable fashion pieces and accessories from reclaimed junk and materials. Starting at 6:00pm with official speeches and the parade at 7:00pm, opening night will be MC-ed by Costa Georgiadis. This will be a ticketed event and you may pre-book your tickets below. Tickets will be available at the door subject to availability.

DJ Clay Ravin will present an eclectic night of dance beats from around the globe. From German Afro-Tech via Israeli Balkan Beats via French Electro Swing via an Australian belly dance remix to Brazilian House music, you're invited to boogie your way around the world of dance music. 

The exhibition will run over the weekend of the 17th and 18th of November. ENTRY TO THE EXHIBITION IS FREE ON THESE DAYS.

Opening times are: 10:30am to 4:30pm with other guest speakers throughout the day and workshops focused on recycling and reusing. Workshop places are limited and are also subject to booking.


Towards Zero Waste with Erin Rhoads – 1.30pm

Come along to an afternoon tea and chat with Erin Rhoads as she shares her zero waste journey with us.

Erin Rhoads is the curious lady behind The Rogue Ginger, one of Australia's popular eco-lifestyle websites. She has been been writing about her own journey since 2013 sharing how she reduced plastic and her rubbish, leading to a happier and healthier life. Through Erin's pursuit to live plastic-free and zero-waste, she learnt to eat real food, discovered new skills, cut down her exposure to harmful chemicals, found joy in moments over things and simplified her life, while saving money.

Light refreshments included.

Tickets will be available at the door subject to availability.

This event is proudly presented by Junkies and Grampians Central West Waste & Resource Recovery Group.

We would like to acknowledge our custodial ancestors, the Wathaurong people.

The Rethink Exhibition is an annual event held in National Recycling Week.