Join in an immersive arts experience at EDGE, Inner West’s new arts and cultural program that shines a spotlight on our local artists. EDGE GreenWay on the waterfront is perfect to enjoy with family and friends.
On arrival you’ll join a plane crash party at our bridge bar showcasing free botanical mocktails and grooves from cockpit DJs.
Next up spend some time exploring outdoor sculpture and art installations, or meander around and enjoy live artist performances and music with the spectacular bay as your backdrop.
Stop in and hear words of wisdom from Aboriginal elders and environmentalists, and learn something new from foraging weed wizards.
There will be exciting activities to keep small hands busy. Kids can make a lantern or create an upcycled headpiece to wear in the sunset parade. They’ll enjoy amusement from performers, puppets, and a bike-powered dancefloor, all in our upcycled playground!
Bring a picnic blanket, visit a food truck, and settle in for a spectacular twilight finale performance by world renowned theatre company Legs On The Wall while the Boat of Dreams sets sail taking participants wishes into the sunset as the city switches off for Earth Hour.
Saturday 30 March, 3 - 9pm corner Lilyfield Rd and Canal Rd, Lilyfield
5th Art on the GreenWay
Ten specially commissioned environmental art works will be on display from 28 March to 7 April, as part of the 5th annual Art on the GreenWay series.
At advertised times over the weekend of 31 March - 1 April and 7- 8 April, the artists will be on hand to talk about their work and vintage bus tours are scheduled for art lovers to tour local creative spaces as part of Edge Creative Trails.
The inaugural $10,000 Inner West Council Environmental Art Award and the $1,500 People’s Choice Award will be announced during the exhibition period.
See innerwest.nsw.gov.au/edge for tour dates and times and other details about this exciting 5th annual Art on the GreenWay series.