Unique event in Geraldton

Event info:

Time: 7pm for a 7pm viewing

When: Friday 15th November 13

Where: Stow Gardens – Near the Yellow Submarine

Bring: Picnic and Radio

Alcohol and Drug Free Event - and please do not smoke within 10 metres of the main viewing area

Drive in at the Viewing Car Park….. No entry or exit during viewing


Following on from the huge success of Luminous Night, The University of Western Australia’s biggest community event in a century and the City of  Greater Geraldton will play host to Luminous Dreams, the curtain closer to UWA’s centenary celebrations.

A dramatic tale of Geraldton’s future, imagined through the eyes of artists and local high school students, will be projected onto the CBH silo at the Port, with a soundtrack simulcast on Radio Mama 100.5FM.

The community is invited to bring a picnic and radio to the foreshore park to view this special event, based on a future tale created by Western Australian author and UWA graduate, Annabel Smith. Vision and sound are provided by artists Sohan Ariel Hayes and Cat Hope (both UWA graduates).

Mid-West artist Rose Holdaway in conjunction with UWA’s Aspire program helped coordinate student contributions including work from Mullewa District High School, Nagle Catholic College, Geraldton Senior College, John Willcock College and Geraldton Grammar School.