Well National Youth Week 2012 is done and dusted! We had a wonderful week and it was so nice to see everyone enjoying the Hub, workshops, forums and markets that made up the KickstART Youth Festival.
A huge thank you to everyone who came down and checked out our events. If you have anyquestions, comments or feedback we would love to hear from you. You can fill out ourquick online survey here or flick us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Didn’t get to see our Festival events? Check out this amazing short video by Jeremy Tan which sums up our week in the KickstART Youth Hub.
Have we mentioned that we have an AMAZING line up of local musicians featuring at the KickstART Youth Festival?
On the 21st of April the X-Press Music Feedback Stage will feature programming by HyperFest from 11.30am- 2.30pm with Death and a Cure, Morgan Bain, The Main Attraction, Tyto Kings and My Little Cash Cow gracing the stage.
From 3-5pm hear from the musicians selected by X-Press to play their tunes- Sugarpuss, Jess Morhall, The Cabarets and The Raging Lincolns!
With a full lineup of local talent, make sure you head to Perth Cultural Centre for the KickstART Youth Festival this Saturday!
We can’t help but be excited about the incredibly cute items for sale by Marika Moriyama! Her philosophy is that ‘basic is best’, using simple materials to create clean and universally appealing designs.
Her hand designed and illustrated stationery and prints are all ‘autumn’ themed and make perfect gifts!
Marika will be selling limited edition sticker packs, message cards, notebooks and prints (both framed and unframed) at the KickstART Youth Markets on Saturday 21st April. Come down and pick up a cute autumn design for you or a friend!
You can find more or Marika’s wares on her website.
Hey everyone! It’s our official Hub Opening tonight.
From tomorrow, feel free to drop by the Hub and check it out between 10am and 5pm.
We’ve got a photo booth, giant board games, a chillout zone, zines to read, board games and heaps more!
We’re featured in the West Australian! Check out the interview with one of our lovely workshop artists Bonnie Davies. She’ll be running the What a Joke Comedy Basics workshop on Sunday the 15th of April. SIGN UP HERE!
‘Oh, hello’, the collection of ‘humanimal’ brooches by Sistha Halim allows you to release your inner animal in the most creative of ways. The humanistic animal designs bring to mind the drawings of the Art Spiegelman.
‘Cute and quirky’ is how Sistha describes her range, and we can’t help but agree with her. Sistha draws her inspiration from vintage markets, trips to the zoo and nature, as well as style icons such as Zooey Deschanel and Florence Welch. Happy to work with most materials, Sistha is most excited when she comes across unusual or vintage buttons.
‘Oh, hello’ will be the welcome cry of Sistha on the 21st of April when she takes part in this year’s KickstART Youth Markets. So come along and you might find yourself taking home a little animal friend.