The sixth installment of Tunes in the Tulips has wrapped up, with musical acts Aaron Hopper and Paul Corfiatis and Jay Jarome, Sabine Bester and the When Water Falls Ensemble playing out to a sold crowd.
Held across October 2 and 3, nearly 400 people attended the event across the two days, which was run by Van Diemen Quality Bulbs and Big hART's Project O.
The music being played is inspired by the state's many and varied relationships to water and Project O's Rachel Small explained why that theme was chosen.
"Big hART has been working on a project called Kelp, Pollen, Rain, Soil, which is exploring the natural elements and natural resources of the state," she said.
"They are special and intrinsic but they are also under threat so this is all about framing our relationship to landscape."
The program also featured talks from science writer and communicator Zoe Kean, who spoke about whale song.
Ms Small said Project O alumni were put in charge of the event.
Artists Jay Jarome, Sabine Bester and the When Water Falls Ensemble performed songs from Big hART's new work When Water Falls which premiered at Sheffield in June, while Alluvium, a new collaboration between Aaron Hopper and Paul Corfiatis played songs from their upcoming album which is inspired by rivers.
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