This Sunday, Murray Bridge's Sixth Street will be transformed into an art haven.
The Big Little Art Fest is a free event featuring workshops, demonstrations, live music and roving entertainers, colourful market stalls, food trucks and more.
Murray Bridge Regional Gallery Director and event organiser Fulvia Mantelli said the event celebrates the gallery's 20th anniversary and makes up for having to skip both Little Art Fest and Sixth Street Handmade Makers Market in 2020,.
“BIG Little Art Fest will offer creative workshops for all ages, from 3 to 103 year olds. There will be market stalls with handmade arts and crafts available ahead of mother’s day. Also, the Gallery and The Station have collaborated to transform the Railway Terrace carpark into a hub of hip hop music, dance and aerosol art for and by young people," she said.
“The Gallery will also be hosting two wonderful exhibitions: Domestic Arts by acclaimed SA artist Sera Waters, and That Old Stuff by celebrated regional-based artist Lyn Wood.”
It is on this Sunday 18 April from 10am to 3pm.
Photo supplied by Rural City of Murray Bridge