It’s the journey: Luminosity 2017 helps to bring people’s creativity to life | Video

STRIKE A CHORD: Tim Hannelly, Brogan Perkins, Damien Barrett, Katrina Brennan and Nina Stonnes enjoy Saturday's Luminosity workshop. Photo: DECLAN RURENGA 1007drlumin5
STRIKE A CHORD: Tim Hannelly, Brogan Perkins, Damien Barrett, Katrina Brennan and Nina Stonnes enjoy Saturday's Luminosity workshop. Photo: DECLAN RURENGA 1007drlumin5

Luminosity Orange will have their final event on Friday December 1 – but for the participants and organisers, it’s not just about the destination.

On Saturday, around 60 people gathered at PCYC to learn and share skills in dance, music and art.

Jason Roberts is one of those people – he’s back for the second year.

He’s not just enjoying the dancing, singing or art, he’s there to share some of the skills he learned after filming Luminosity last year.

“It’s a lot of fun and people should come down and have some fun with everyone else,” he said.

VIDEO: Luminosity 2016 by Jason Roberts

Co-organiser Kris Lear said Luminosity was about inclusion and creativity.

“It’s about being a part of something that’s bigger than one person,” Mr Lear said.

Mr Lear said the skills people learn aren’t only about encouraging creativity but helping people engage with the community.

Of the 60 people at PCYC on Saturday, Mr Lear said they were people from across the community, aged from six to 65.

“Registrations are still open and people can join in next week,” he said.

Luminosity's workshops run at PCYC Orange every Saturday from 9am until December. Photo: DECLAN RURENGA 1007drlumin4

Luminosity's workshops run at PCYC Orange every Saturday from 9am until December. Photo: DECLAN RURENGA 1007drlumin4

Luminosity runs from 9am each Saturday until December at PCYC.