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LIGHT ART PROJECTIONS

Thursday 4 - Sunday 14 July 2024

Experience a vibrant showcase of local artists and musicians over eleven nights. Ipswich landmarks will be illuminated with projected artworks from local artists and accompanied by local musicians performing each night of the festival.

Each evening will highlight different artists with a chance to hear about their inspiration and artistic processes in nightly talks.

d’Arcy Doyle Place

Thursday 4 July – Sunday 14 July | 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

Relax and enjoy animated artworks and live music under the starry sky, hear talks from the festival artists and gather together before heading on to one of the many live shows, performances and exhibitions on offer across Ipswich.

While here, be sure to take in the mesmerising ground projection created with artwork elements of Festival Feature Artist, Renee Yates.

PROGRAM

Thursday 4 July

7.00 pm – 9.00 pm

Welcome to Country Nunukul Yuggera Aboriginal Dancers

Artist Talk: Miss Gertrude

Live Music: No Way José

Friday 5 July

6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

Artist Talk: Kirsty O’Brien

Live Music: Goodbye Space Bear

Saturday 6 July

6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

Artist Talk: Shannon Nayler

Live Music: Ally and Sarah

Sunday 7 July

6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

 

Artist Talk: Emily Kate Murray and Chenaya Bancroft – Davis

Live Music: Paulina

Monday 8 July

6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

 

Artist Talk: Jacob Lee Adlington and Kacie Fahey

Soundscape: Journey of Curiosity

Tuesday 9 July

6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

 

Artist Talk: Cynthia Copely and Renee Yates

Live Music: DJ Gav

Wednesday 10 July

6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

 

Artist Talk: Kaden Sutherland and Kylie Hill

Live Music: Punk Rock Pianist

Thursday 11 July

6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

 

Artist Talk: Dave Reid and Jennifer Kent

Live Music: Keith Bourbon

Friday 12 July

6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

 

Artist Talk: Kate Douglas and Jacob Sarra

Live Music: Electro Swiggety

Saturday 13 July

6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

 

Artist Talk: Christopher Bentley 

Live Music: Frankie Smart

Sunday 14 July

6.00 – 9.00 pm

Live Music: Damien

*Schedule subject to change

 

deLight: 143 Brisbane Street


Photographer – James Muller

Thursday 4 July – Sunday 14 July | 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

Are you ready for 143 Brisbane Street to be transformed into a dynamic outdoor gallery?

Local artists will have their works brought to life through collaboration with Projection Artist James Muller (Earth Base Productions), resulting in a stunning display of vibrant moving images.

Each night will showcase an individual artists work, culminating on the final night of the festival in a compilation of all artists work.


Artist projected onto 143 Brisbane Street include:

Thursday 4 July – Miss Gertrude

Friday 5 July – Kirsty O’Brien

Saturday 6 July – Shannon Nayler

Sunday 7 July – Emily Kate Murray

Monday 8 July – Jacob Lee Adlington

Tuesday 9 July – Cynthia Copley

Wednesday 10 July – Kaden Sutherland

Thursday 11 July – Dave Reid

Friday 12 July – Kate Douglas

Saturday 13 July – Christopher Bentley

Sunday 14 July – All artists combined works

Read out more about each artist here. 

deLight: St Paul's Anglican Church


Photographer – James Muller

Thursday 4 July – Sunday 14 July | 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

St Paul’s Anglican Church is the canvas for projection of the diverse works of Ipswich First Nation artists in a collaboration with Projection Artist James Muller (Earth Base Productions).

Artists are Chenaya Bancroft-Davis, Kacie Fahey, Danielle Leedie Gray, Kylie Hill, Jennifer Kent, Jacob Sarra and Robin ‘Tallman’ Wakkajinda.

Find out more about each artist here. 

PIXEL: 1 Nicholas Street and Metro B Building

Thursday 4 July – Sunday 14 July | 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

SAE Creative Media Institute students produce animations and a lighting displays all inspired by festival artist Renee Yates artwork Home.

This collaboration provides a capacity building opportunity for students who will showcase their talents for all to enjoy during Spark Ipswich. Students animators include Ashleigh Scriven, Rebecca Thomson, Sam Barham, Connor Galy and Oliver Harris.

Find out more the artists here. 

Event details

Thursday 4 July – Sunday 14 July

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6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

Ipswich Central locations

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