SPRUKE Art is a chance to chill out and be creative in a different way.
Thank you to all who entered our SPRUKE Art Competitions. The winners are
Michelle Verner, Princess Tashiwa, Joanne Butterfield, Pauline Sing, Brenda Meehl, Carrie Silke, Margaret Andrews, Jacki McDougall, Val Hodgson, Debbie Youngs, Debbie Taylor, Sharna Norman, Linda Johns, Salli Chmura, Tanya Dettloff, Louanne Oakes, Holly Shipston, Laya Skelly, Emma Jacobson, Anne Gerber, Marion Carol Johnson, Rosa Huddy, Chakae Carlyle D’Ellencourt, Donna Saunders and Lorraine Mencinsky.
Winners if you have not received a notification and your session please check messenger or email Jo at firstname.lastname@example.org. I need to know if you are coming or your place is forfeited.
All of our winners receive one Mahalo ‘Rainbow’ Series soprano sized ukulele (valued at $38) to decorate at SPRUKE Art. We’ll take a pic of all the winners and their uke-art at the Festival Selfie Frame and you can find them all by searching for #sprukefestival in Facebook.
For all of those who didn’t enter here is your chance to create your own uke-art.
There will be a limited number of places available at the start of each session. Everyone who turns up gets a ticket and we’ll draw the winners out of a hat!
Session 1 – Sat 30 Sept 9:30- 11:30am
Session 2 – Sat 30 Sept 12:00- 2:00pm
Session 3 – Sun 1 Oct 9:30- 11:30am
If you still miss out all is not lost!
Zip around to Morris Brothers Music stall in the Music Bazaar and buy your own Mahalo Rainbow uke and you can come use our sharpie pens and join SPRUKE Art.
Your design can be as simple or complex as you like… just as long as you can complete it in 2 hours! Find the SPRUKE Art activation at the entrance to the festival on Ernest Street opposite Cordoba Cafe Stage (Espresso Plus).