Arrows will be flying at Mona Foma next year with the announcement of the full program bringing news of an immersive archery performance.
Loren Kronemyer's After Erika Eiffel will invite patrons to discover the intimate sensation of firing an arrow while learning the story of Erika Eiffel, a world-class archer who married the Eiffel Tower and put her success in archery down to the romance with her bow.
Kronemyer said guests will first learn how to shoot an arrow with her guidance and then they will explore a 16-target course while learning Ms Eiffel's story.
"It's a good gateway to having an experience that takes you out of the everyday and that grounds you and hopefully opens you up with different possibilities of how to look at the world."
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Mofo curator Brian Ritchie said the announcement was a big high and a relief and was a good feeling for both artists and the punters.
He agreed with comments made last week by Big hART's chief executive officer Scott Rankin about the festival being one that says 'yes'.
"Our parameters are pretty wide, we don't go out of our way to shock people or do weird things but let's face it, most of the creative ideas are off the wall," he said.
The festival will run from January 15 through to January 24. After Erika Eiffel will show in both Launceston and Hobart during the festival period.
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