This Saturday!! 17th October, 2015 | 11:00am – 4:00pm
The Rumpus Room | 56 Russell St, West End
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
War, poverty, collusion, corruption, environmental degradation, discrimination, failing health care, politics, corporate greed… sometimes it all just seems too much to deal with.
In a world that seems to be falling apart, how can we keep our chins up?
The Zeitgeist Media Festival is a platform for artists, musicians, poets and film-makers to inspire, to rouse emotion, to connect.
This year’s theme is EMPOWERMENT.
Let’s get thinking about the possibility of a better world – focusing on peace, abundance, collaboration, a clean environment, positive technologies, improved health and nutrition, sharing and respect for all.
Our goal is to build an artistic movement for a positive future. Artists have always been crucial for social change and so it is again now. After all, the founder of the Zeitgeist Movement, Peter Joseph is an artist himself and the whole movement started because of his love for music, film making and telling it like it is!
Artists hold a lot more power than they think, that is why it is so sad that they are often pushed into marketing jobs where their creativity is milked for the profit machine.
Check out our amazing film maker archive from Zeitgeist Media Festival 2014.
If you’re an artist of any kind (film maker, comedian, musician, writer, painter etc.) who would love to exhibit empowering work, come along and tell your story, play your music, sing your songs and share your vision of a positive future so we can break through the wall of mainstream media that most people have around them.
The bar will be open to buy drinks and we will also be providing some delicious vegan food.
If you’d like to volunteer your time to make this day really special, we’d love to hear from you. Anyone who’d like to help out with food, organisation or sharing their art work, contact our amazing Zeitgeist Media Festival Coordinator, Caroline.
Phone: 0400884634 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: Caro Line