Artyculture record broken
TROPICAL: Chloe Sharpe designed and modelled the dress that her grandmother Joy Crosby made. It won the adult section.
PRETTY: Megan Grainger modelled teen winner Amy Flavell s design.
CREATIVE: Georgina Gaston modelled incentive winner Therese Flavell s design.
BRIGHT: Jasmin Piggott modelled Beth Hammond s design, which was equal people s choice winner.
CUTE: Bree Alcock won the children s section.
AMAZING: Kate Grainger won the people’s choice and the best accessorised dress in the Artyculture parade. Her dress weighed about 25 kilograms.
THIS year’s Artyculture parade at the Eyre Peninsula Field Days broke participation records from previous parades.
“It was wonderful, we had more models than we have ever had before,” one of the organisers Maureen Johnson said.
Along with more models, Mrs Johnson said there were also a record number of 26 entries in this year’s parade.
“That is mainly because of the Cleve Area School’s involvement in the parade this year.”
Mrs Johnson said the Eyre Peninsula Field Days pavilion where the parade was held was packed every day and there were a number of people who put in a lot of work.
“There are so many people who work behind the scenes of the parade,” Mrs Johnson said.
“Jasmin Piggott did a wonderful job with the choreography and Jo Sampson just has to be thanked for all of her hard work and for being the compere.”
“Nathan Rosenzweig did all of the music, Tina Rosenzweig was our main dresser and Sue-Anne Marino did a wonderful job with makeup.”
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