VARIOUS locations in Leeton lit up last week when Jason Richardson played his video and musical collaboration on water towers in Central and Mountford parks.
Last year Mr Richardson put together albums and videos of playground music made in Leeton shire parks, as well as a photography exhibition, but he has now developed new remixes, which were showcased last Thursday and Friday.
Mr Richardson had help with his new work, with children from Leeton assisting in creating sounds in playgrounds.
The entire showcase was used to mark Leeton's centenary year, according to Mr Richardson.
"It went really well," he said. "The screening (in Parkview) had the bigger crowd and the kids attending watched most of it until I made the mistake of lending one my torch, then half the audience ran away to chase each other in the park.
"The screening at the Visitor Information Centre (on Friday) had a smaller crowd, but it was great to see kids keen to get up and have a dance.
"The final screening in Mountford Park was magic, but that should be no surprise as it's a magical location at night.
"There was a lovely moment when the church bells chimed at six o'clock during one of the remixes of that location.
"We had surround sound in that track."
Mr Richardson said it had been a fun process throughout and the support was encouraging.
"All up the audience was about double my expectations, which is very pleasing as it's an unusual approach to making music," he said.
"The program included some of CJ Dennis' poetry, a song written about Leeton's gallahs sung by Jo Roberts and collaborations recorded with young people."
Residents can view the material at www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oaul8pAexo.