Frankston’s Iso lounges offer fun for the young and young at heart
Published on 01 June 2021
Frankston Arts Centre’s Iso Lounges offer heaps of fun, inspiration and entertainment for all!
The Iso Lounges are part of the stunning ‘This Time, Last Year’ – a multidisciplinary art exhibition, time capsule, celebration and memorial all rolled into one!
Proudly supported by Frankston Council as part of its $9.128 million Relief and Recovery Package to help the community recover from the impacts of the Coronavirus pandemic, ‘This Time, Last Year’ enables patrons to take a step back to this time, last year and explore the inspired vision of our community.
‘This Time, Last Year’ highlights include the community anthology, Stories at the End of the Line, which was launched on Friday 14 May and the Lockdown Short Film Competition.
Now it’s time to enjoy fun activities as part of ‘This Time, Last Year’ at Frankston Arts Centre’s Iso Lounges, which will be held at the Centre’s Cube 37 venue.
On now until Saturday 26 June:
The Iso Lounge
In 2020, we were asked to stay at home. In 2021, we’re asking people to come out and hang in the Iso Lounge! An immersive installation in the Glass Cube – the living lounge room will be screening Lockdown Film Festival entries, so pull up a chair and read the Anthology.
Tuesday 29 June to Saturday 10 July:
The Iso Lounge Kids Takeover
Dust off the doilies, the kids are taking over! In collaboration between the Iso Lounge and Hot Arts for Cool Kids, the kids are taking over the Lounge Room to make and share their point of view. There’ll be fun things to make and see, particularly for the small ones in your family. Learn more and book in for Hot Arts for Cool Kids sessions here.