Localjinni screens virtual exhibitions on the street, lighting up park benches, walls, paths and buildings. We transform spaces into places using visual art, poetry, music, film, oral history and digital stories. Our focus on place recognises the importance of local production and local knowledge.
Think of us as part of the festival fringe or street art vendors. Join us on a mission to make our public spaces more fun, more functional, more of the time.
Between Saturday 10 October 2020 and Sunday 15 November 2020Take a cultural dip into Lake Burley Griffin's many fluid personalities through film, soundscapes, poetry, oral histories and animation. Join us on an illuminating walk as we screen stories onto footpaths and walls around the Lake's foreshore.Henry Rolland Park
Between Saturday 17 October 2020 and Saturday 28 November 2020Take a turn off the main drag and into the laneways to learn about the city’s rich history and art. Are you the kind of person who wants to understand the many identities of a place? If so, join us as we peel back the pavement and shine a light on the city’s inner bypasses through film, dance, animation and social yarning. (With support from the ACT Government under the City Renewal Authority’s City Grants Program, Contour 556/2020, CMAG and ANU School of Art. Archival material supplied by NFSA)Canberra Museum and Gallery - Civic Square entry