Author Archives: Travis Lyle

New Year, New Design!

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If it’s September, it must mean that our team are already beavering away in the background – plotting, planning scheming and dreaming of this year’s event. And that’s definitely the case, as we’ve been rather busy already, meeting with civic organisations such as Obsid and having discussions with the Obs Civic Association, and other stakeholders, […]

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2018 DATE CONFIRMED!

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The wheel of the year is turning, and as we all breathe a collective sigh of relief at the downpours of welcome rain, our event team are already planning Streetopia 2018. Obviously, because the entire event is open to you and your creative contributions, performances and public art, not even our team know what this […]

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2017 Event Guide

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Here it is folks – this year’s event guide! To download and print your own copy (or to view the zoomable PDF version), simply click on the image below. If you would like to pick up copies on the day, look out for them on lamp posts around the event area, or pop into one […]

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Mutant Vehicles Ahoy!

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This year’s event content is shaping up to the best spread of art, market stalls, performance – and of course, also Mutant Vehicles*. In case you weren’t aware of what of a Mutant is, here’s the lowdown: they’re mobile art, created by participants at AfrikaBurn for the purpose of… well, art’s a purpose, right? Right […]

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We’re in the News!

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Seems our little day in the sun is picking up attention in all the right places! You might have sen some coverage in the Southern Suburbs Tatler, and also in the People’s Post – and hot on their heels comes a great article on Business Day, which features an interview with one of our team […]

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Best You Get Dressed!

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Streetopia’s a community event, and one at which you’re ewncouraged to actively participate – after all, it’s your event, where you are the action and the attraction. This is why the event presents an open invitation each year to the Obs and AfrikaBurn communities to participate by taking market stalls, exhibiting their art or performing […]

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