We may not be able to get out and about much, but there are still a lot of exciting things going on in our community!
Here are some fun virtual events we can look forward to…
Time: 6:30pm – 10pm
Where: Streamed LIVE to the Knox Arts and Events Facebook page
This year’s Knox Carols by Candlelight will be broadcast as a live virtual event straight to your home. Join us for an evening of festive entertainment featuring outstanding performers, sing-a-long Carols, family entertainment and all the fun of our usual large-scale event – in your own back yard!
Get together with your family and friends, be CovidSafe, and enjoy a wonderful evening bringing in the festive season and celebrating Christmas 2020 style.
Program is as follows:
- 6.30pm – Christmas Entertainment (ft. The Mik Maks)
- 7.00pm – Knox Factor Grand Final
- 8.00pm – Main Carols Concert
Main Carols Concert Program (8 – 10pm):
- Welcome to Country with Wurundjeri Elder
- Address by Mayor of Knox
- Craig Irvine, Master of Ceremony (MC)
- Jonathon Welch, Principle Artist
- Imogen Spendlove, Principle Artist
- Ricky Muscat, Principle Artist
- Director of Music, Lieutenant David Coit leading The Royal Australian Navy Band
- Tracey Kennedy and Katia Labozzetta, vocalists for The Royal Australian Navy Ban
- The Chime Choir
- Knox Factor 2019 Winner, James Cormack-Brown
- Christmas message by Peter Lewis, Breakthrough Christian Church
- 3d Arts presents Santa’s Arrival
Knox Arts & Events is excited to launch the virtual Knox Art Collection, a beautiful online gallery that captures over 300 paintings, drawings, ceramics and heritage items collected by Knox City Council over the decades.
To celebrate the launch of the virtual gallery, Knox Council invites you to explore the collection, and let it be a source of inspiration to produce your own works of art at home.
- Share your creation using #knoxinspired and help build a virtual community gallery.
- There will be awards offered in a variety of categories.
Get inspired, and inspire others with your creativity!
View the collection at knox.vic.gov.au/knoxartcollection