Brisbane Street Art Festival
The Brisbane Street Art Festival (BSAF) is a 16-day public arts event, presented annually in Brisbane since 2016, and more recently in Queensland regional locations. It delivers street art across Brisbane including ‘live’ murals, workshops, exhibitions, street theatre and music performances.
The purpose of the event is to celebrate Brisbane’s vibrant arts culture and give artists from all backgrounds the opportunity to showcase their work. In 2020, the event saw 55 artists deliver 60 artworks and activate more than 30 locations. Since 2016, 155 large-scale street art murals have been exhibited across the city.
Image: Artwork by Gus Eagleton, Superordinary building, 62 Mary Street, Brisbane City.
Brisbane Street Art Festival is proudly sponsored by Brisbane City Council.
The festival will include free and ticketed events. The full program will be announced on 1 April 2021. Find out more on the Brisbane Street Art Festival website.
Various locations throughout Brisbane
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