Warwick Art Gallery’s “Yarntopians” yarnbombing team has plenty of surprises in store for festival goers at this year’s Jumpers and Jazz in July festival.
Team coordinator and Warwick Art Gallery staff member Loretta Grayson is proud of how the team gets more motivated and inspired each year.
“Our ideas grow more ambitious with each festival”, says Loretta, “This year the Yarntopians will be taking over the Gallery’s foyer space with a very large yarn installation titled The Travelling Ravellers. We are also planning some colourful surprises in the gallery gardens that will brighten everyone’s day with their playfulness”
Warwick Jumpers & Jazz in July promises to keep the region’s reputation for fine food “alive and healthy” again this year.
The 10 day festival welcomes visitors and locals alike on Friday July 21st with a winter dinner in the vintage surrounds of Warwick’s historic Town Hall.
Director of Dining for the Winter Dinner, Rob Hamilton, promises a creative choice to delight the palate.
“The Winter Dinner has evolved into one of our signature events through Jumpers and Jazz and is a celebration of the richness of local produce with all food being sourced throughout our region,” said Rob, “Whether it’s the venison from Ballandean, pork belly...
The Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival is thrilled to announce the confirmation of the Warwick Credit Union as a major corporate sponsor of the 2016 event.
Warwick Credit Union CEO, Lewis von Stieglitz said that he was thrilled with the exposure that the Credit Union received as a festival partner and that the organisation’s continued involvement is an illustration of their stalwart community connection.
Mr. Von Stieglitz is an avid supporter of the festival, saying ‘One of the many bonuses of being involved with the Festival includes attending events, such as the annual Winter Dinner’. Now...