Posted by Kristian Hatton
15. Apr, 2012
|April 27, 2012|
|1:00 pm||to||10:00 pm|
A colourful smorgasbord of living canvases and their artists come to Melbourne in a three day extravaganza. Come see the masters perform their work on their models, of which you could be one yourself if you feel so inclined.
There are also cultural and environmental merits to be examined within this festival. You might find out at this festival that there’s a lot more than meets the eye with tattoos than ink.
Tickets available from Greentix: http://tickets.greentix.com/event/209498
Three day pass: $66/$49.50 concession. One day pass $27.50/$22 concession. Children under 10 free.
WHEN: Friday 27 April, 1pm-10pm; Saturday 28 April 12pm-10pm; Sunday 29 April 12pm-7pm
WHERE: Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton Gardens, 9 Nicholson Street, Carlton
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