Junction Arts Festival
Junction Arts Festival is Launceston’s annual arts festival held over 5 days and nights in the first week of spring. Junction is renowned for presenting innovative site-specific work, often of a participatory nature, throughout Launceston’s unique and unusual spaces.
With a current focus on presenting the work of Tasmanian artists, Junction’s evolving program covers all forms of art practice, including live art, installations, music, dance, community, theatre, cabaret, public art, comedy and visual art.
Now in its 7th year, previous presentations have included a one-on-one performance on a motor-bike ride in Ride, playing in a miniature town on a large-scale model railway in Terrapin Puppet Theatre’s I Think I Can and experiencing an immersive work from inside a vehicle as it goes through a carwash - complete with a soundscape designed to match your journey in Crush by Sam Routledge and Dylan Sheridan (pictured).
Image Credit:Charlotte Lloyd.