SPARK Ipswich 2023 – Get Involved
Want to be involved in SPARK Ipswich 2023?
Ipswich City Council is calling for expressions of interest for visual artists, workshop facilitators and performers of all genres and styles for inclusion in the SPARK Ipswich 2023 festival program.
SPARK Festival Hub – Activating the cultural heart of Ipswich D’Arcy Doyle Place and surrounding venues which will be transformed into a visual feast with multiple projection works profiling local artists. The Hub will also host music, sculpture and way-finding during the festival.
Tulmur Artspace – Tulmur Place transforms into a family friendly artspace with visual artwork workshops led by local artists. The activation will be accompanied by music performances by prominent local acts.
deLight – Key Ipswich building/s will be activated with a major projection work – deLight – that profiles visual artists and reﬂects the culture of Ipswich, its people and places.
BRIGHTDAZE – SPARK will launch a new all-ages contemporary music festival as part of the 2023 event. BRIGHTDAZE will be a one-day event featuring local and interstate artists and DJs across 2 stages, open to all ages.
WOMI – Starring a jam-packed line-up with music from across the globe, WOMI is a one-day world music festival showcasing and celebrating the vibrancy of Ipswich and South East Queensland’s culturally and linguistically diverse community.
Little Day Out – Little Day Out is Ipswich’s first contemporary music and arts festival designed for the young and young at heart. Bursting with music, hands on arts experiences, roving entertainment, food and fun.
To express your interest please complete the online form by 11:59pm AEST Friday 31 March 2023.
For more information or help to register your interest, email [email protected]