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Off the Grid 2016


Wed 21 Dec 2016, 9:00am–10:00pm

Where: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 111 Sturt Street, Southbank, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Second Release: $60.00
  • Final Release - Door Sales: $70.00
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Summer Solstice. A celebration of self sufficiency and creativity, dedicated to speeding up the transformation of cities through empowerment.

Local people, local tunes, local food and local energy.

Music and Arts Program

Albrecht La’brooy
Andee Frost
Chunky Move Presents Benjamin Hancock
Izabel [Lullabies for Insomniacs]
Miss Goldie
No Zu
Senegambian Jazz Band
Tako [Music From Memory, Amsterdam]

Conference: The Palimpsest 9am-1pm

Speaker Program:

Adele Winteridge (Foolscap Studio)
Bronwyn Johnson (Climarte - Arts for a Safe Climate)
Clare Cousins (Clare Cousins Intetior Design & Architecture)
Ellen Sandell MLA (State Member for Melbourne)
Joost Bakker (By Joost, Brothl & Silo by Joost)
Natalie Isaacs (1 Million Women)
Paul Gorrie (Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network)
Peter Malatt (6 Degrees)
Rob Murray-Leach (Energy Efficiency Council)
Tané Hunter (Future Crunch)
Timothy Hill (Partners Hilll)
Music by Edd Fisher

This is a solar powered celebration dedicated to transforming the cities we live in. We, as humans, are the only barrier delaying the transition to a world based on infinite resources. Not only is this future possible, it is inevitable. Off the Grid will help speed up the shift, but we need your help.

We’ll connect one of the finest sound systems to a battery bank and some solar panels, assemble a talented crew of artists, musicians and minds to connect technology with creativity. 10 hours of dancing, eating and drinking, without sending a single piece of material to landfill. Sounds impossible right? Be realistic, demand the impossible.

Using all of the profit from Off the Grid, we plan to help power the entire city, one solar project at a time. The power that is generated from the solar projects will be sold back to the grid, and that money will then be invested back into more parties. Once the city is 100% renewable, we will give that infrastructure back to the people of Melbourne.

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