Bring your family and friends down to the jungles of Jalan Bahar. There will be local food fair, farmers market and craft bazaars that will stretch from one dragon to the other. Foodie highlights such as PizzaX, Bettr Barista, Popoganda, De Burg, Singapore Satay man, Augustine Ashley’s delectable desserts… etc!
p.s. The potters at Guan Huat dragon kiln will be selling their plates with every slice of cake! 😉
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your attendance on that night
Come on the 19th November, and let your eyes feast on the works of these very collectable ceramics by artists who are supporting and celebrating the community and ceramics through our festival. Mingle and get to know them too, as they have all flown in just for to Awaken the Dragon!
Come support our festival through our fund raising auction! It will be at Mud Rock ceramic studios on the 20th November 2014, 7pm.
Light snacks and drinks will be provided, as you browse and buy works which proceeds will go to supporting the community project’s costs.
Hi All! We are just one week away from the festival, firing, workshops, bazaars, concert and much much more. But first we are packing the dragon kiln with all your works! If you would like to help in anyway, email us at Awakenthedragonkiln@gmail.com We made lots of friends this past weekend while packing the dragon 🙂 Thank you, volunteers!
Do join us and RSVP with us for the 18th November, 2pm – 6pm. See you there!
This year we bring you a really special edition festival t-shirt.
Designed by Niningka Lewis, an aboriginal artist from Central Australia, our festival t-shirt is a collaboration with Ernabella Arts – Australia’s oldest indigenous Arts Centre that have been doing so many good and beautiful art over the years. What an honour to have them illustrate our two dragons for the festival!
The t-shirts will only be available at our festival events or online via email or our crowd funding gig.