If you’re a lover of all things art and need your next fix after the recent Botanica, Chiharu Shiota exhibition and Curiocity, then we’ve got just the thing for you. From July 7 – 17 SPARK Ipswich is set to bring us 15 events over 11 nights, everything from giant art installations and live music to cabaret, circus, and discussions.
One of the must-see events to check out at SPARK AFTER DARK is the deLight projections, which will illuminate St. Mary’s Church at night with artworks from local and Indigenous artists. Be sure to grab a bite to eat from one of the food trucks set up at Timothy Molony Park while you’re around too. Then, head over to the outdoor stage to enjoy some live music.
Ipswich artist Kylie Hill is set to have her artwork displayed for the second time with deLight. She says, “Showcasing our Aboriginal art during NAIDOC Week is a celebration for our community, and I am very humbled and proud to be a part of deLight and SPARK Ipswich.”
While SPARK AFTER DARK is free to attend, some events during the festival do a require a ticket. You can check out the full program for SPARK Ipswich here.