Music, Art, Photography and Food at the Festival

21 July 2016 by Sam Smith

Music, art, food and literature have been intertwined throughout the centuries. The 20th Byron Writers Festival presents a cultural feast for patrons with a diverse program that explores music with Paul Kelly, Amanda BrownHugo RacePat Davern and Peggy Frew; visual arts with AGNSW Director Dr Michael Brand, Archibald winning artist Nigel Milsom and his subject Charles Waterstreet; social documentary photography with Tim PageGary RamageBen Bohane and Rio Helmi; food with Indira Naidoo and Annabel Crabb – plentiful food for thought across the three days.

The Festival celebrates creative spirit in all its forms and invites patrons to immerse themselves in the lives and imaginations of our leading artistic talents and thinkers,’ says Festival Director, Edwina Johnson. ‘Byron Bay is a cultural epicentre and has long been home to a community that is passionate about the arts and the exchange of ideas across disciplines.

With just two weeks to go tickets are selling fast so now is the time to feed your creative passions and be part of it.

Sam Smith