Soiree at Moon Mountain

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The Soiree at Moon Mountain Sanctuary last Friday night was a resounding success. It was an epicurean celebration of the Noosa Open Studios Art Trail, where we celebrated music, art, design, wearable art and slow food, all set in the glorious Noosa hinterland.

Each guest received a specially-curated picnic box by Chef Ryan Fitzpatrick Guests of The Ohana Group featuring Slow Food Noosa & Country Noosa producers.

We wandered through the stunning grounds overlooking brumbies and witnessed the unveiling of Nick Warfield’s stunning new work “The Two Sides of Bob Hawke”.

There was also great live music and a talk on “The Importance of Art” by guest speaker Bill Hauritz from Woodford Folk Festival.

 

About the Author /

ingridnelson075@gmail.com

A journalist for more than 20 years, Ingrid has worked across all mediums, eventually finding her niche as a feature writer. Cutting her teeth as young television reporter, she quickly moved through the ranks before joining a high-profile Brisbane magazine. She moved to the Sunshine Coast with her husband and three children in 2007 and has spent the last eight years working in publishing. She is thrilled to join the clever and creative team at IN Noosa Magazine.

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    Beryl Purvis
    Oct, 2020

    Thankyou InNoosa for your constant support of Noosa Open Studios and the arts in our beautiful shire

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