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‘FOLKLORE & FANTASY’ showstopping extravaganza fashion parade Moruya May 20th



This year’s theme ‘FOLKLORE & FANTASY’ is inspiring Eurobodalla Fibre and Textile Artists Group members to look at their own family stories as well as traditional tales, for costume and fashion entries to parade before you on the catwalk. This celebrated event produced by EFTAG will be held on:

Sunday, May 20 2018 at 3pm at St Mary’s Performing Arts Centre in Moruya.

Doors open 2.30pm so come and have a drink and take a seat ready for the parade.

Eurobodalla Fibre and Textile Artists Group will once again present their showstopping extravaganza with catwalk, champagne & canapes in Moruya, parading enchanting creations incorporating old world traditions with a contemporary edge from south coast textile artists. The Wearable Art Fashion Parade was originally held as an opening event for an EFTAG exhibition in 2009. The parade soon became a signature public event and was later held at Moruya Bowling Club during the River of Art Festival.

In 2017 the parade took to the catwalk under bright lights at our new venue and time. This successful new format will continue in 2018 with members of EFTAG interpreting the theme “Folklore and Fantasy”.

They have partnered with the secure online ticketing services of Ticketebo for the provision of our tickets. Buy online today by clicking HERE

Many thanks to Emma at ON Q in Moruya who has agreed to support our show with her talents and her team preparing hair and make-up for our models!


Above: The excitement of the 2017 parade ‘Flights of Fancy’ captured in this great video by Bell Tower Media.

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