Dozens of street artists were hard at work at Woodend’s Black Forest Timber Mill on Saturday, sharing a vast array of works as part of this year’s Macedon Ranges Sustainable Living Festival.
The centrepiece of the exhibition was a co-operative mural created with sugar-based paints on a giant, upcycled plywood canvas.
Energy and Resources Minister Lily D’Ambrosio also unveiled a 30kW community solar energy plant at the mill.
Other highlights of the festival included a food and garden exhibition and design and technology expo, both in Forest Street.
NO FIXED ADDRESS DIRECTOR ARIANA LEANE AT THE FESTIVAL’S STREET ART EXHIBITION. PICTURE: LUKE HEMER
Live music and old-fashioned games were part of a family picnic held at Woodend Children’s Park on Sunday.
The event, designed to encourage interest in sustainable lifestyles, also included forums, workshops and an electric car display.