Mona’s market is back and it’s going rogue.
There’ll be all the usual stuff you’ve come to love about the MoMa—invasive species to eat, live music, stallholders galore and fabulous food and drink, of course—but we’re flipping the traditional market on its head.
Four unexpected locations. Four wild weekend extravaganzas. A glamorous, roaming collision of high and low art. Brought to you by Mona’s Kirsha Kaechele and her posse of wondrous winged monkeys.
RIVER’S EDGE EXPERIMENTAL DAY CAMP
SUNDAY 18 MARCH, 12–4PM
River’s Edge Wilderness Camping, Lonnavale
Free & all ages
No cash or cards (no money at all)
‘When the earth is ravaged and the animals are dying, a new tribe of people shall come unto the earth from many colours, classes, creeds, and who by their actions and deeds shall make the earth green again. They will be known as the warriors of the Rainbow.’
—Old Native American Prophecy
Our second market of the year isn’t really a market at all. In fact, there’s nothing to buy. It’s a riverside gathering of people, performance, food and music—with no money whatsoever. So, step outside modern society (take an hour’s drive from Hobart) and into our experiment in communal, off-the-grid picnicing. And leave not a trace (aka any rubbish at all) behind you.
And remember: there’s no money in the brave new off-the-grid world, so bring a feast to share and some drink for the speakeasy. Or set up your own picnic rug stall and barter your way to a fab lunch. See you at the river’s edge.
Here are some examples of things you might like to trade:
A beach house
Post-apocalyptic party vibes