“During the day six local students will work with us to learn how to create and animate live drawings exploring what the word ‘rainbow’ means to them,” he said.
“Then as dusk falls they will lead the community into the night on a mobile tour of rainbows, illuminating silos, buildings and trees, with a musical soundscape.”
Oasis Rainbow Project manager Adelle Rohrsheim said the event would build on a light-painting workshop in late April.
“I urge everyone from Rainbow and the Wimmera-mallee to consider making their way to see Rainbow in the new light on the night,” she said. “Make sure you are rugged up for this unique event which starts at 30 Bow Street.” The night costs $5, including supper.