Illuminate, is a Projection Festival in its first year that was distributed along the streets of Morwell to form a key part of the broader Winter Night Festival 2014.

The curated projections allow for an immersion in a visual wonderland of colourful patterns; featuring the works of up to 20 talented local and regional artists, brought together through local collaborations by OUTR.

They provide an opportunity for the community and visitors to explore the city of Morwell through the lighting up of storefronts, buildings, street corners and spaces that are often familiar, however become transformed by the projections.

The Winter Night Festival 2014, was held on 20th of June, and also featured a large array of market stalls, workshops and performances to showcase unique local enterprises, from market food and fresh produce, artists and makers, performers and community groups unique to the region.

The festival is focused on fostering an environment where the community can come together to celebrate renewed visions for the future of the region. It is an opportunity to recognize the great things happening in Latrobe and to reconnect with their origins in local communities.

Please view the individual artists projected works below and be sure to visit their websites provided.

by Steph Shields

Hinterland by Irene Proebsting & Barry Brown

Painting with Light by Cheri O'Donnell & Joyce Nowrungsah

Gunai / Kurnai Shields by Aboriginal Artist, Ronald Edwards, South East Australia

Pezaloom by Paul W. Berryman

by Skiteholo

Memory Paths by Tracey Johnson, Donna Maree Robinson & Fiona Bishop-Vuibeqa
Donna’s website
Tracey’s website

Footsies by David Wakefield
David Wakefields Website

by Rodney Forbes

by Students at Leongatha State School

Latrorama by Tech Ooi (OUTR-Office)

Middle Ground by Greg Afflick (OUTR-Office)

positive negative by John Calabro (The View From Here) The View From Here Website by Michael Brennan Enzbots by Ian Mitchell Between Dreams and New Moon by Yongho Moon Yongho Moon Website Clouds by JamieCummins JamieCummins Website by Fiona West