Often called our primary sense, often we look but do not see.  We encourage you to slow down and notice how the changing light of the day subtly effects the way everything looks.  See how the light through the trees casts shadows and the dappled light plays upon the ground.  The team working on festival eight have spent many painstaking hours decorating the site and helping it look just so.  We hope some of you will get involved in adding to the spectacle of what there is to see, by donning costumes and wearing bright clothes or colours to go with this years theme.  We ask you to wear WHITES and BLUES and theme your costumes to our collective them of WATER. Imagine sea creatures and water nymphs, pirates and fisher folk.  Let your imagination run wild and if you have can bring white and/or blue umbrellas to twirl in the parade.

We will bring you many things to engage the eyes, from live performance to films, water colour classes to artistic installations.

There will be plenty to see at Festival 8.  Some of the things to see can be found below;

Holi Colour

 

 

An interesting film about optical illusions click link below

https://www.ted.com/playlists/187/andrew_bastawrous_s_playlist