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A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The MotherloadOutside the Square Songs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Return Bond, Bassey + Barbara Brum BrumRemade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2FRI 3SAT 4

7PM7PM7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2FRI 3SAT 4

6PM2PM + 8PM4PM + 8PM

SAT 410AM-12:30PMHARVEST MARKET

SAT 46:30PM-7PMELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 510AM-4PMPRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 52:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2FRI 3SAT 4

6PM-10PM6PM-10PM6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1THU 2FRI 3SAT 4SUN 5

6:30PM6:30PM6:30PM2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1THU 2FRI 3SAT 4

8:00PM8:00PM8:00PM8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2FRI 3SAT 4SUN 5

5PM-8PM5PM-8PM10AM-8PM10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 27PM

FRI 37PM

SAT 47PM

Presenting Partner

Major Partners

Partners

Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Funding Partners

Thank you to our festival partners for their generous support!

PRESENTING PARTNERPRESENTING PARTNERFUNDING PARTNERS

SUPPORTING PARTNERSSUPPORTING PARTNERS

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 37:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsIN ASSOCIATION WITH TASMANIAN THEATRE COMPANY AND JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVAL

PRESENTED BY JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVAL IN ASSOCIATION WITH THEATRE NORTH

BY STEPHANIE BRIARWOOD

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben Austin Sisters AkousmaticaPaul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (2)

A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

Presenting Partner

Major Partners

Partners

Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Funding Partners

Thank you to our festival partners for their generous support!

PRESENTING PARTNERPRESENTING PARTNER FUNDING PARTNERS

SUPPORTING PARTNERSSUPPORTING PARTNERS

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsI N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H TAS M A N I A N T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y A N D J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L

P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (3)

ScheduleAn after-dark art trail now in its third year returns with an exciting new selection of Tasmanian artists creating immersive art installations in unique spaces in and around Prince’s Square.

$10 NIGHTLIGHT MAP CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE, DESIGNED BY ALFIE BARKER

Nightlight

BEGIN YOUR NIGHTLIGHT JOURNEY AT THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE

THU 2 6:30PM-9:30PM

FRI 3 6:30PM-9:30PM

SAT 4 6:30PM-9:30PM

Little Devil BarEnjoy a late night tipple in the Little Devil Bar – the place to be after dark. This new incarnation of Junction’s infamous Speakeasy will feature a tasty selection of Tasmanian spirits, wines and beers to wet your whistle. Come in from the cold for a nightcap with friends. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 8:30PM-LATE

FRI 3 8:30PM-LATE

SAT 4 8:30PM-LATE

DJ BCSonja HindrumStep into the exclusive DJ room and be a DJ on the BC turntable. Simply touching the BC disk will create a unique sound. The BC is Bacterial Cellulose, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) from Kombucha.

A God Awful MessTom O’HernTom will create a giant, sprawling drawing that will slowly devour the wall. Equally beautiful and ugly, the work will spread like feral weeds or a computer virus. You will have the pleasure of living inside Tom’s head for a night.

Stormy NightBrandon MeyerAn immersive all-ages experience linking sound to colour. Set in a dark, moody lounge room with a single instrument as the focus point, Stormy Night is tactile and intuitive. Come in, sit down, have a play and don’t forget to look up.

Dear TreeRose Turtle ErtlerMelt into the earthiness of a tree! Nestled under an old oak tree, this intimate listening experience focuses on the role of nature in our lives. Featuring a collection of local voices speaking dearly to trees, this short intense experience is a mesmerizing celebration of the nature that surrounds us.

Breath Grace RobertsBreath explores the ephemeral nature of performance and encountering art. Through utilising some of your biometric data, Grace Roberts (IO Performance) creates a performance experience unique to you. Feel your internal rhythm, breathe, be, and be entertained by a never-to-be-repeated individualised version of Breath, just for you.

SoliloquyRANTBuilding on the success of the Soliloquy projection project onto Chalmers Church at Junction 2019, Rant returns in 2021 with a second version featuring a new group of young emerging artists aged 18-30. Soliloquy combines digital art, music, projection, literary narrative and spoken word and will once again be projected onto the facade of Chalmers Church.

Sunset SistersBianca Templar + Jasmine MansellBianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell are proud palawa women who have joined together to transform paintings into amazing pieces of digital art to light up the night sky. Their combination of painting and digital art highlights their signifi cant connection to their country.

The Sunset CeremonyProduced by Josh LangfordAs the sun sets on Prince’s Square join First Nations artists and community members around a sand circle under the trees for a special performance of song, dance and spoken word. This family-friendly event will be graced with warmth and light via fi re and projections by pakana artists Bianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell.

Après Ski PartyLaunceston, it’s time to come together and party in Prince’s Square! This year’s theme is Après Ski. Dress-up in your retro ski suits, glamorous faux fur coats, or oversize turtle-neck jumpers and come dance the night away - fi reside. Alpine Express, an all star supergroup will play dance hits from the 70s through to the noughties.

OPENING NIGHT IN PRINCE’S SQUARE – $15 ENTRY

The Sunset Ceremony 6:30PM-7PM

Muster 7:15PM-7:30PM

Après Ski Party 7:30PM-11PM

Opening Night WEDNESDAY 1 SEP Live music in the SquareThe Main Stage at Prince’s Square will play host to a huge lineup of Tassie musicians and Junction favourites from the past decade.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

HUGO BLADEL (BAND SHOW)

BABY LEMURSILVER FLEET SHIPSOSCAR LUSH / DEN

BOIL UP / THE SAXONSJAY JAROME TRIO

THE SHEYANA BAND / AMYPEGG / THOMAS MITCHELL

+ HENRY RIPPON

SUMNER / CHASE CITYENOLA FALL

BROKEN GIRLS CLUBHALFWAY TO FORTH

JEQA / FULL COLLAPSEPARKER / TOM FOWKESISLA KA / SAREE SALTER

KUDU JOYTHE TINDERBOXERS

TASHA ZAPPALAEDDIE TULEJA

JUST FLARE

FREE ENTRY $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY) | CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE FREE ENTRY

The Tweed RideDress up in your best tweed and join in Junction’s much-loved family bike ride around the historic streets of Launceston, before returning to Prince’s Square for morning tea and a parade of the best tweed kits!90 MIN | $10

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5

11AM Registration

11:30AM Departure

12:30PM Fashion Parade

E V E N T S O U T S I D E P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R EEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5The Motherload 60 min LC Theatrette, 197 Wellington St 6PM 2PM, 8PM 4PM, 8PMReturn drop in End of Smith’s Lane, 93 York St 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PMNightlight drop in Buy map from Box Offi ce 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PMJingled 75 min Check website 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM 12PM

Outside the Square 60 min Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 182 Charles St 7PM 7PM 7PM

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play 90 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PMSongs For Our Planet 60 min Princess Theatre, 57 Brisbane St 7:30PM

Brum Brumdrop in Harvest Market 10AM-12:30PM30 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 6:30PM

F E S T I VA L H U B, P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R E – C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T SEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5Festival Hub - Prince’s Square 6PM-11PM 5PM-11PM 5PM-1AM 10AM-1AM 10AM-5PMFood Vans - Prince’s Square 6PM-9PM 5PM-10:30PM 5PM- 10:30PM 11AM-11PM 10AM-4PMOpening Night - Prince’s Square 6:30PM-11PMThe Sunset Ceremony 30 min Prince’s Square 6:30PMAprès Ski Party - Prince’s Square 7:30PM-11PMMuster 15 min Prince’s Square 7:15PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PMLive Music drop in Main Stage, Prince’s Square 5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM-1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMBirds of a Feather drop in Prince’s Square 5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PMBond, Bassey & Barbara 60 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 7PM 7PM 7PMLittle Devil Bar drop in Little Devil, Prince’s Square 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATETony’s Imaginary Circus 45 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 10AM, 1:30PM 10AM, 1:30PM Little J + Big Cuz 60 min Prince’s Square 11:30AM 11:30AM

Tip Duck 15 min Roaming, Prince’s Square 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

The Junction Dog Show 60 min Main Stage, Prince’s Square 3:30PMBrum Brum drop in Prince’s Square 10AM-4PMThe Tweed Ride 90 min Prince’s Square 11AMRemade Parade 30 min Prince’s Square 2:30PM

WED 1 6PM-11PM $15 ENTRY OPENING NIGHT

THU 2 5PM-11PM FREE ENTRY

FRI 3 5PM-1AM $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY). CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE.SAT 4 10AM-1AM

SUN 5 10AM-5PM FREE ENTRY

E N T R Y V I A C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T S

Prince’s SquareOur Festival HubLaunceston’s historic Prince’s Square is the home of Junction and the place to start your festivities! You’ll discover bars offering Tasmanian wine, premium spirits, craft beer and hot mulled cider, and delicious food vans serving up premium local produce. Meet your friends and family, grab tickets to shows, enjoy an amazing all-Tassie music line-up and discover our late night bar, the Little Devil. Experience interactive fun for the whole family, workshops, parades, performances, dancing and even a dog show!

MusterTasdance + Junction

Tasdance and over 100 dancers from Launceston present the centerpiece of the 2021 festival. Professional dancers and dance enthusiasts perform together in a cross-genre dance performance featuring music by harpist Emily Sanzaro and collaborators. Muster will celebrate love, connection and the bringing together of community.*Muster will be performed as part of Opening Night on Wednesday for ticketholders. The performance will be free to the public every other night.

15 MIN | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

WED 1* THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7:15PM 6:30 PM 6:30PM 6:30PM

TerrapinThis is Jeremy’s big moment. He fi nally has an idea that will make him rich. I.B.I.S (International Bin Integration Services) will train birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep our world clean and tidy. Enter Ibsen, the world’s fi rst rubbish-collecting ibis. But on launch day everything goes wrong, with hilarious (and messy) consequences. Tip Duck is a roaming puppetry performance that will delight young and old alike. Photo: Peter Mathew

15 MIN | FREE

In celebration of Junction’s 10th anniversary, the infamous Junction Dog Show returns. Open to everyone, bring along your adorable pooches to Prince’s Square to battle it out in this crazy canine competition of hilarious fun, mayhem and over-the-top cuteness. Categories include Best Dressed, Most Talented, Best Dog Disguised as Another Animal, Least Obedient and Best in Show.60 MIN | FREE[Register on the Junction website]

Tip Duck

Tony’s Imaginary CircusRoll up and witness Tasmanian circus royalty with a children’s show of classy conjuring, amazing acrobats and lots and lots of fun. Tony’s Imaginary Circus presents Freyja Wild, a hula hoop artist and acrobat with years of international touring, plus Conor Wild and Lewie West, both extraordinary multi-talented circus performers. Hosted by Tony Rooke, this little circus troupe will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face. 45 MIN | $15

The Junction Dog Show

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 3:30PM

Against the backdrop of a projected episode of the award-winning, children’s animated television series Little J & Big Cuz, Aboriginal voice actors from our community will provide a live reading in palawa kani – the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.60 MIN | FREE

Little J + Big Cuz Live in palawa kani

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11:30AM

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11AM

2:30PM 1PM

4:30PM 3PM

PRINCE’S SQUARE MAIN STAGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM- 1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMSEE WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 10AM 1:30PM

SUN 5 10AM 1:30PM

PRESENTED BY THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NED LANDER MEDIA AND BLUE ROCKET

Photo: Melanie de Ruyter

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ScheduleAn after-dark art trail now in its third year returns with an exciting new selection of Tasmanian artists creating immersive art installations in unique spaces in and around Prince’s Square.

$10 NIGHTLIGHT MAP CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE, DESIGNED BY ALFIE BARKER

Nightlight

BEGIN YOUR NIGHTLIGHT JOURNEY AT THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE

THU 2 6:30PM-9:30PM

FRI 3 6:30PM-9:30PM

SAT 4 6:30PM-9:30PM

Little Devil BarEnjoy a late night tipple in the Little Devil Bar – the place to be after dark. This new incarnation of Junction’s infamous Speakeasy will feature a tasty selection of Tasmanian spirits, wines and beers to wet your whistle. Come in from the cold for a nightcap with friends. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 8:30PM-LATE

FRI 3 8:30PM-LATE

SAT 4 8:30PM-LATE

DJ BCSonja HindrumStep into the exclusive DJ room and be a DJ on the BC turntable. Simply touching the BC disk will create a unique sound. The BC is Bacterial Cellulose, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) from Kombucha.

A God Awful MessTom O’HernTom will create a giant, sprawling drawing that will slowly devour the wall. Equally beautiful and ugly, the work will spread like feral weeds or a computer virus. You will have the pleasure of living inside Tom’s head for a night.

Stormy NightBrandon MeyerAn immersive all-ages experience linking sound to colour. Set in a dark, moody lounge room with a single instrument as the focus point, Stormy Night is tactile and intuitive. Come in, sit down, have a play and don’t forget to look up.

Dear TreeRose Turtle ErtlerMelt into the earthiness of a tree! Nestled under an old oak tree, this intimate listening experience focuses on the role of nature in our lives. Featuring a collection of local voices speaking dearly to trees, this short intense experience is a mesmerizing celebration of the nature that surrounds us.

Breath Grace RobertsBreath explores the ephemeral nature of performance and encountering art. Through utilising some of your biometric data, Grace Roberts (IO Performance) creates a performance experience unique to you. Feel your internal rhythm, breathe, be, and be entertained by a never-to-be-repeated individualised version of Breath, just for you.

SoliloquyRANTBuilding on the success of the Soliloquy projection project onto Chalmers Church at Junction 2019, Rant returns in 2021 with a second version featuring a new group of young emerging artists aged 18-30. Soliloquy combines digital art, music, projection, literary narrative and spoken word and will once again be projected onto the facade of Chalmers Church.

Sunset SistersBianca Templar + Jasmine MansellBianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell are proud palawa women who have joined together to transform paintings into amazing pieces of digital art to light up the night sky. Their combination of painting and digital art highlights their signifi cant connection to their country.

The Sunset CeremonyProduced by Josh LangfordAs the sun sets on Prince’s Square join First Nations artists and community members around a sand circle under the trees for a special performance of song, dance and spoken word. This family-friendly event will be graced with warmth and light via fi re and projections by pakana artists Bianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell.

Après Ski PartyLaunceston, it’s time to come together and party in Prince’s Square! This year’s theme is Après Ski. Dress-up in your retro ski suits, glamorous faux fur coats, or oversize turtle-neck jumpers and come dance the night away - fi reside. Alpine Express, an all star supergroup will play dance hits from the 70s through to the noughties.

OPENING NIGHT IN PRINCE’S SQUARE – $15 ENTRY

The Sunset Ceremony 6:30PM-7PM

Muster 7:15PM-7:30PM

Après Ski Party 7:30PM-11PM

Opening Night WEDNESDAY 1 SEP Live music in the SquareThe Main Stage at Prince’s Square will play host to a huge lineup of Tassie musicians and Junction favourites from the past decade.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

HUGO BLADEL (BAND SHOW)

BABY LEMURSILVER FLEET SHIPSOSCAR LUSH / DEN

BOIL UP / THE SAXONSJAY JAROME TRIO

THE SHEYANA BAND / AMYPEGG / THOMAS MITCHELL

+ HENRY RIPPON

SUMNER / CHASE CITYENOLA FALL

BROKEN GIRLS CLUBHALFWAY TO FORTH

JEQA / FULL COLLAPSEPARKER / TOM FOWKESISLA KA / SAREE SALTER

KUDU JOYTHE TINDERBOXERS

TASHA ZAPPALAEDDIE TULEJA

JUST FLARE

FREE ENTRY $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY) | CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE FREE ENTRY

The Tweed RideDress up in your best tweed and join in Junction’s much-loved family bike ride around the historic streets of Launceston, before returning to Prince’s Square for morning tea and a parade of the best tweed kits!90 MIN | $10

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5

11AM Registration

11:30AM Departure

12:30PM Fashion Parade

E V E N T S O U T S I D E P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R EEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5The Motherload 60 min LC Theatrette, 197 Wellington St 6PM 2PM, 8PM 4PM, 8PMReturn drop in End of Smith’s Lane, 93 York St 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PMNightlight drop in Buy map from Box Offi ce 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PMJingled 75 min Check website 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM 12PM

Outside the Square 60 min Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 182 Charles St 7PM 7PM 7PM

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play 90 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PMSongs For Our Planet 60 min Princess Theatre, 57 Brisbane St 7:30PM

Brum Brumdrop in Harvest Market 10AM-12:30PM30 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 6:30PM

F E S T I VA L H U B, P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R E – C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T SEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5Festival Hub - Prince’s Square 6PM-11PM 5PM-11PM 5PM-1AM 10AM-1AM 10AM-5PMFood Vans - Prince’s Square 6PM-9PM 5PM-10:30PM 5PM- 10:30PM 11AM-11PM 10AM-4PMOpening Night - Prince’s Square 6:30PM-11PMThe Sunset Ceremony 30 min Prince’s Square 6:30PMAprès Ski Party - Prince’s Square 7:30PM-11PMMuster 15 min Prince’s Square 7:15PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PMLive Music drop in Main Stage, Prince’s Square 5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM-1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMBirds of a Feather drop in Prince’s Square 5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PMBond, Bassey & Barbara 60 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 7PM 7PM 7PMLittle Devil Bar drop in Little Devil, Prince’s Square 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATETony’s Imaginary Circus 45 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 10AM, 1:30PM 10AM, 1:30PM Little J + Big Cuz 60 min Prince’s Square 11:30AM 11:30AM

Tip Duck 15 min Roaming, Prince’s Square 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

The Junction Dog Show 60 min Main Stage, Prince’s Square 3:30PMBrum Brum drop in Prince’s Square 10AM-4PMThe Tweed Ride 90 min Prince’s Square 11AMRemade Parade 30 min Prince’s Square 2:30PM

WED 1 6PM-11PM $15 ENTRY OPENING NIGHT

THU 2 5PM-11PM FREE ENTRY

FRI 3 5PM-1AM $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY). CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE.SAT 4 10AM-1AM

SUN 5 10AM-5PM FREE ENTRY

E N T R Y V I A C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T S

Prince’s SquareOur Festival HubLaunceston’s historic Prince’s Square is the home of Junction and the place to start your festivities! You’ll discover bars offering Tasmanian wine, premium spirits, craft beer and hot mulled cider, and delicious food vans serving up premium local produce. Meet your friends and family, grab tickets to shows, enjoy an amazing all-Tassie music line-up and discover our late night bar, the Little Devil. Experience interactive fun for the whole family, workshops, parades, performances, dancing and even a dog show!

MusterTasdance + Junction

Tasdance and over 100 dancers from Launceston present the centerpiece of the 2021 festival. Professional dancers and dance enthusiasts perform together in a cross-genre dance performance featuring music by harpist Emily Sanzaro and collaborators. Muster will celebrate love, connection and the bringing together of community.*Muster will be performed as part of Opening Night on Wednesday for ticketholders. The performance will be free to the public every other night.

15 MIN | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

WED 1* THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7:15PM 6:30 PM 6:30PM 6:30PM

TerrapinThis is Jeremy’s big moment. He fi nally has an idea that will make him rich. I.B.I.S (International Bin Integration Services) will train birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep our world clean and tidy. Enter Ibsen, the world’s fi rst rubbish-collecting ibis. But on launch day everything goes wrong, with hilarious (and messy) consequences. Tip Duck is a roaming puppetry performance that will delight young and old alike. Photo: Peter Mathew

15 MIN | FREE

In celebration of Junction’s 10th anniversary, the infamous Junction Dog Show returns. Open to everyone, bring along your adorable pooches to Prince’s Square to battle it out in this crazy canine competition of hilarious fun, mayhem and over-the-top cuteness. Categories include Best Dressed, Most Talented, Best Dog Disguised as Another Animal, Least Obedient and Best in Show.60 MIN | FREE[Register on the Junction website]

Tip Duck

Tony’s Imaginary CircusRoll up and witness Tasmanian circus royalty with a children’s show of classy conjuring, amazing acrobats and lots and lots of fun. Tony’s Imaginary Circus presents Freyja Wild, a hula hoop artist and acrobat with years of international touring, plus Conor Wild and Lewie West, both extraordinary multi-talented circus performers. Hosted by Tony Rooke, this little circus troupe will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face. 45 MIN | $15

The Junction Dog Show

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 3:30PM

Against the backdrop of a projected episode of the award-winning, children’s animated television series Little J & Big Cuz, Aboriginal voice actors from our community will provide a live reading in palawa kani – the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.60 MIN | FREE

Little J + Big Cuz Live in palawa kani

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11:30AM

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11AM

2:30PM 1PM

4:30PM 3PM

PRINCE’S SQUARE MAIN STAGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM- 1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMSEE WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 10AM 1:30PM

SUN 5 10AM 1:30PM

PRESENTED BY THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NED LANDER MEDIA AND BLUE ROCKET

Photo: Melanie de Ruyter

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A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

Presenting Partner

Major Partners

Partners

Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Funding Partners

Thank you to our festival partners for their generous support!

PRESENTING PARTNERPRESENTING PARTNER FUNDING PARTNERS

SUPPORTING PARTNERSSUPPORTING PARTNERS

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsI N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H TAS M A N I A N T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y A N D J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L

P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (6)

A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

Presenting Partner

Major Partners

Partners

Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Funding Partners

Thank you to our festival partners for their generous support!

PRESENTING PARTNERPRESENTING PARTNER FUNDING PARTNERS

SUPPORTING PARTNERSSUPPORTING PARTNERS

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsI N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H TAS M A N I A N T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y A N D J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L

P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (7)

A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

Presenting Partner

Major Partners

Partners

Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Funding Partners

Thank you to our festival partners for their generous support!

PRESENTING PARTNERPRESENTING PARTNER FUNDING PARTNERS

SUPPORTING PARTNERSSUPPORTING PARTNERS

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsI N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H TAS M A N I A N T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y A N D J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L

P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (8)

A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

Presenting Partner

Major Partners

Partners

Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Funding Partners

Thank you to our festival partners for their generous support!

PRESENTING PARTNERPRESENTING PARTNER FUNDING PARTNERS

SUPPORTING PARTNERSSUPPORTING PARTNERS

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsI N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H TAS M A N I A N T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y A N D J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L

P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (9)

A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

Presenting Partner

Major Partners

Partners

Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Funding Partners

Thank you to our festival partners for their generous support!

PRESENTING PARTNERPRESENTING PARTNER FUNDING PARTNERS

SUPPORTING PARTNERSSUPPORTING PARTNERS

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsI N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H TAS M A N I A N T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y A N D J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L

P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (10)

A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

Presenting Partner

Major Partners

Partners

Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Funding Partners

Thank you to our festival partners for their generous support!

PRESENTING PARTNERPRESENTING PARTNER FUNDING PARTNERS

SUPPORTING PARTNERSSUPPORTING PARTNERS

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsI N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H TAS M A N I A N T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y A N D J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L

P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (11)

A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

Presenting Partner

Major Partners

Partners

Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Funding Partners

Thank you to our festival partners for their generous support!

PRESENTING PARTNERPRESENTING PARTNER FUNDING PARTNERS

SUPPORTING PARTNERSSUPPORTING PARTNERS

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

junctionarts.com.au #junctionarts21

PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsI N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H TAS M A N I A N T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y A N D J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L

P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (12)

A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

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PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsI N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H TAS M A N I A N T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y A N D J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L

P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (13)

ScheduleAn after-dark art trail now in its third year returns with an exciting new selection of Tasmanian artists creating immersive art installations in unique spaces in and around Prince’s Square.

$10 NIGHTLIGHT MAP CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE, DESIGNED BY ALFIE BARKER

Nightlight

BEGIN YOUR NIGHTLIGHT JOURNEY AT THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE

THU 2 6:30PM-9:30PM

FRI 3 6:30PM-9:30PM

SAT 4 6:30PM-9:30PM

Little Devil BarEnjoy a late night tipple in the Little Devil Bar – the place to be after dark. This new incarnation of Junction’s infamous Speakeasy will feature a tasty selection of Tasmanian spirits, wines and beers to wet your whistle. Come in from the cold for a nightcap with friends. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 8:30PM-LATE

FRI 3 8:30PM-LATE

SAT 4 8:30PM-LATE

DJ BCSonja HindrumStep into the exclusive DJ room and be a DJ on the BC turntable. Simply touching the BC disk will create a unique sound. The BC is Bacterial Cellulose, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) from Kombucha.

A God Awful MessTom O’HernTom will create a giant, sprawling drawing that will slowly devour the wall. Equally beautiful and ugly, the work will spread like feral weeds or a computer virus. You will have the pleasure of living inside Tom’s head for a night.

Stormy NightBrandon MeyerAn immersive all-ages experience linking sound to colour. Set in a dark, moody lounge room with a single instrument as the focus point, Stormy Night is tactile and intuitive. Come in, sit down, have a play and don’t forget to look up.

Dear TreeRose Turtle ErtlerMelt into the earthiness of a tree! Nestled under an old oak tree, this intimate listening experience focuses on the role of nature in our lives. Featuring a collection of local voices speaking dearly to trees, this short intense experience is a mesmerizing celebration of the nature that surrounds us.

Breath Grace RobertsBreath explores the ephemeral nature of performance and encountering art. Through utilising some of your biometric data, Grace Roberts (IO Performance) creates a performance experience unique to you. Feel your internal rhythm, breathe, be, and be entertained by a never-to-be-repeated individualised version of Breath, just for you.

SoliloquyRANTBuilding on the success of the Soliloquy projection project onto Chalmers Church at Junction 2019, Rant returns in 2021 with a second version featuring a new group of young emerging artists aged 18-30. Soliloquy combines digital art, music, projection, literary narrative and spoken word and will once again be projected onto the facade of Chalmers Church.

Sunset SistersBianca Templar + Jasmine MansellBianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell are proud palawa women who have joined together to transform paintings into amazing pieces of digital art to light up the night sky. Their combination of painting and digital art highlights their signifi cant connection to their country.

The Sunset CeremonyProduced by Josh LangfordAs the sun sets on Prince’s Square join First Nations artists and community members around a sand circle under the trees for a special performance of song, dance and spoken word. This family-friendly event will be graced with warmth and light via fi re and projections by pakana artists Bianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell.

Après Ski PartyLaunceston, it’s time to come together and party in Prince’s Square! This year’s theme is Après Ski. Dress-up in your retro ski suits, glamorous faux fur coats, or oversize turtle-neck jumpers and come dance the night away - fi reside. Alpine Express, an all star supergroup will play dance hits from the 70s through to the noughties.

OPENING NIGHT IN PRINCE’S SQUARE – $15 ENTRY

The Sunset Ceremony 6:30PM-7PM

Muster 7:15PM-7:30PM

Après Ski Party 7:30PM-11PM

Opening Night WEDNESDAY 1 SEP Live music in the SquareThe Main Stage at Prince’s Square will play host to a huge lineup of Tassie musicians and Junction favourites from the past decade.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

HUGO BLADEL (BAND SHOW)

BABY LEMURSILVER FLEET SHIPSOSCAR LUSH / DEN

BOIL UP / THE SAXONSJAY JAROME TRIO

THE SHEYANA BAND / AMYPEGG / THOMAS MITCHELL

+ HENRY RIPPON

SUMNER / CHASE CITYENOLA FALL

BROKEN GIRLS CLUBHALFWAY TO FORTH

JEQA / FULL COLLAPSEPARKER / TOM FOWKESISLA KA / SAREE SALTER

KUDU JOYTHE TINDERBOXERS

TASHA ZAPPALAEDDIE TULEJA

JUST FLARE

FREE ENTRY $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY) | CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE FREE ENTRY

The Tweed RideDress up in your best tweed and join in Junction’s much-loved family bike ride around the historic streets of Launceston, before returning to Prince’s Square for morning tea and a parade of the best tweed kits!90 MIN | $10

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5

11AM Registration

11:30AM Departure

12:30PM Fashion Parade

E V E N T S O U T S I D E P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R EEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5The Motherload 60 min LC Theatrette, 197 Wellington St 6PM 2PM, 8PM 4PM, 8PMReturn drop in End of Smith’s Lane, 93 York St 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PMNightlight drop in Buy map from Box Offi ce 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PMJingled 75 min Check website 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM 12PM

Outside the Square 60 min Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 182 Charles St 7PM 7PM 7PM

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play 90 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PMSongs For Our Planet 60 min Princess Theatre, 57 Brisbane St 7:30PM

Brum Brumdrop in Harvest Market 10AM-12:30PM30 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 6:30PM

F E S T I VA L H U B, P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R E – C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T SEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5Festival Hub - Prince’s Square 6PM-11PM 5PM-11PM 5PM-1AM 10AM-1AM 10AM-5PMFood Vans - Prince’s Square 6PM-9PM 5PM-10:30PM 5PM- 10:30PM 11AM-11PM 10AM-4PMOpening Night - Prince’s Square 6:30PM-11PMThe Sunset Ceremony 30 min Prince’s Square 6:30PMAprès Ski Party - Prince’s Square 7:30PM-11PMMuster 15 min Prince’s Square 7:15PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PMLive Music drop in Main Stage, Prince’s Square 5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM-1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMBirds of a Feather drop in Prince’s Square 5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PMBond, Bassey & Barbara 60 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 7PM 7PM 7PMLittle Devil Bar drop in Little Devil, Prince’s Square 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATETony’s Imaginary Circus 45 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 10AM, 1:30PM 10AM, 1:30PM Little J + Big Cuz 60 min Prince’s Square 11:30AM 11:30AM

Tip Duck 15 min Roaming, Prince’s Square 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

The Junction Dog Show 60 min Main Stage, Prince’s Square 3:30PMBrum Brum drop in Prince’s Square 10AM-4PMThe Tweed Ride 90 min Prince’s Square 11AMRemade Parade 30 min Prince’s Square 2:30PM

WED 1 6PM-11PM $15 ENTRY OPENING NIGHT

THU 2 5PM-11PM FREE ENTRY

FRI 3 5PM-1AM $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY). CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE.SAT 4 10AM-1AM

SUN 5 10AM-5PM FREE ENTRY

E N T R Y V I A C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T S

Prince’s SquareOur Festival HubLaunceston’s historic Prince’s Square is the home of Junction and the place to start your festivities! You’ll discover bars offering Tasmanian wine, premium spirits, craft beer and hot mulled cider, and delicious food vans serving up premium local produce. Meet your friends and family, grab tickets to shows, enjoy an amazing all-Tassie music line-up and discover our late night bar, the Little Devil. Experience interactive fun for the whole family, workshops, parades, performances, dancing and even a dog show!

MusterTasdance + Junction

Tasdance and over 100 dancers from Launceston present the centerpiece of the 2021 festival. Professional dancers and dance enthusiasts perform together in a cross-genre dance performance featuring music by harpist Emily Sanzaro and collaborators. Muster will celebrate love, connection and the bringing together of community.*Muster will be performed as part of Opening Night on Wednesday for ticketholders. The performance will be free to the public every other night.

15 MIN | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

WED 1* THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7:15PM 6:30 PM 6:30PM 6:30PM

TerrapinThis is Jeremy’s big moment. He fi nally has an idea that will make him rich. I.B.I.S (International Bin Integration Services) will train birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep our world clean and tidy. Enter Ibsen, the world’s fi rst rubbish-collecting ibis. But on launch day everything goes wrong, with hilarious (and messy) consequences. Tip Duck is a roaming puppetry performance that will delight young and old alike. Photo: Peter Mathew

15 MIN | FREE

In celebration of Junction’s 10th anniversary, the infamous Junction Dog Show returns. Open to everyone, bring along your adorable pooches to Prince’s Square to battle it out in this crazy canine competition of hilarious fun, mayhem and over-the-top cuteness. Categories include Best Dressed, Most Talented, Best Dog Disguised as Another Animal, Least Obedient and Best in Show.60 MIN | FREE[Register on the Junction website]

Tip Duck

Tony’s Imaginary CircusRoll up and witness Tasmanian circus royalty with a children’s show of classy conjuring, amazing acrobats and lots and lots of fun. Tony’s Imaginary Circus presents Freyja Wild, a hula hoop artist and acrobat with years of international touring, plus Conor Wild and Lewie West, both extraordinary multi-talented circus performers. Hosted by Tony Rooke, this little circus troupe will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face. 45 MIN | $15

The Junction Dog Show

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 3:30PM

Against the backdrop of a projected episode of the award-winning, children’s animated television series Little J & Big Cuz, Aboriginal voice actors from our community will provide a live reading in palawa kani – the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.60 MIN | FREE

Little J + Big Cuz Live in palawa kani

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11:30AM

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11AM

2:30PM 1PM

4:30PM 3PM

PRINCE’S SQUARE MAIN STAGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM- 1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMSEE WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 10AM 1:30PM

SUN 5 10AM 1:30PM

PRESENTED BY THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NED LANDER MEDIA AND BLUE ROCKET

Photo: Melanie de Ruyter

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (14)

ScheduleAn after-dark art trail now in its third year returns with an exciting new selection of Tasmanian artists creating immersive art installations in unique spaces in and around Prince’s Square.

$10 NIGHTLIGHT MAP CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE, DESIGNED BY ALFIE BARKER

Nightlight

BEGIN YOUR NIGHTLIGHT JOURNEY AT THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE

THU 2 6:30PM-9:30PM

FRI 3 6:30PM-9:30PM

SAT 4 6:30PM-9:30PM

Little Devil BarEnjoy a late night tipple in the Little Devil Bar – the place to be after dark. This new incarnation of Junction’s infamous Speakeasy will feature a tasty selection of Tasmanian spirits, wines and beers to wet your whistle. Come in from the cold for a nightcap with friends. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 8:30PM-LATE

FRI 3 8:30PM-LATE

SAT 4 8:30PM-LATE

DJ BCSonja HindrumStep into the exclusive DJ room and be a DJ on the BC turntable. Simply touching the BC disk will create a unique sound. The BC is Bacterial Cellulose, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) from Kombucha.

A God Awful MessTom O’HernTom will create a giant, sprawling drawing that will slowly devour the wall. Equally beautiful and ugly, the work will spread like feral weeds or a computer virus. You will have the pleasure of living inside Tom’s head for a night.

Stormy NightBrandon MeyerAn immersive all-ages experience linking sound to colour. Set in a dark, moody lounge room with a single instrument as the focus point, Stormy Night is tactile and intuitive. Come in, sit down, have a play and don’t forget to look up.

Dear TreeRose Turtle ErtlerMelt into the earthiness of a tree! Nestled under an old oak tree, this intimate listening experience focuses on the role of nature in our lives. Featuring a collection of local voices speaking dearly to trees, this short intense experience is a mesmerizing celebration of the nature that surrounds us.

Breath Grace RobertsBreath explores the ephemeral nature of performance and encountering art. Through utilising some of your biometric data, Grace Roberts (IO Performance) creates a performance experience unique to you. Feel your internal rhythm, breathe, be, and be entertained by a never-to-be-repeated individualised version of Breath, just for you.

SoliloquyRANTBuilding on the success of the Soliloquy projection project onto Chalmers Church at Junction 2019, Rant returns in 2021 with a second version featuring a new group of young emerging artists aged 18-30. Soliloquy combines digital art, music, projection, literary narrative and spoken word and will once again be projected onto the facade of Chalmers Church.

Sunset SistersBianca Templar + Jasmine MansellBianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell are proud palawa women who have joined together to transform paintings into amazing pieces of digital art to light up the night sky. Their combination of painting and digital art highlights their signifi cant connection to their country.

The Sunset CeremonyProduced by Josh LangfordAs the sun sets on Prince’s Square join First Nations artists and community members around a sand circle under the trees for a special performance of song, dance and spoken word. This family-friendly event will be graced with warmth and light via fi re and projections by pakana artists Bianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell.

Après Ski PartyLaunceston, it’s time to come together and party in Prince’s Square! This year’s theme is Après Ski. Dress-up in your retro ski suits, glamorous faux fur coats, or oversize turtle-neck jumpers and come dance the night away - fi reside. Alpine Express, an all star supergroup will play dance hits from the 70s through to the noughties.

OPENING NIGHT IN PRINCE’S SQUARE – $15 ENTRY

The Sunset Ceremony 6:30PM-7PM

Muster 7:15PM-7:30PM

Après Ski Party 7:30PM-11PM

Opening Night WEDNESDAY 1 SEP Live music in the SquareThe Main Stage at Prince’s Square will play host to a huge lineup of Tassie musicians and Junction favourites from the past decade.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

HUGO BLADEL (BAND SHOW)

BABY LEMURSILVER FLEET SHIPSOSCAR LUSH / DEN

BOIL UP / THE SAXONSJAY JAROME TRIO

THE SHEYANA BAND / AMYPEGG / THOMAS MITCHELL

+ HENRY RIPPON

SUMNER / CHASE CITYENOLA FALL

BROKEN GIRLS CLUBHALFWAY TO FORTH

JEQA / FULL COLLAPSEPARKER / TOM FOWKESISLA KA / SAREE SALTER

KUDU JOYTHE TINDERBOXERS

TASHA ZAPPALAEDDIE TULEJA

JUST FLARE

FREE ENTRY $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY) | CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE FREE ENTRY

The Tweed RideDress up in your best tweed and join in Junction’s much-loved family bike ride around the historic streets of Launceston, before returning to Prince’s Square for morning tea and a parade of the best tweed kits!90 MIN | $10

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5

11AM Registration

11:30AM Departure

12:30PM Fashion Parade

E V E N T S O U T S I D E P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R EEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5The Motherload 60 min LC Theatrette, 197 Wellington St 6PM 2PM, 8PM 4PM, 8PMReturn drop in End of Smith’s Lane, 93 York St 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PMNightlight drop in Buy map from Box Offi ce 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PMJingled 75 min Check website 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM 12PM

Outside the Square 60 min Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 182 Charles St 7PM 7PM 7PM

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play 90 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PMSongs For Our Planet 60 min Princess Theatre, 57 Brisbane St 7:30PM

Brum Brumdrop in Harvest Market 10AM-12:30PM30 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 6:30PM

F E S T I VA L H U B, P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R E – C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T SEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5Festival Hub - Prince’s Square 6PM-11PM 5PM-11PM 5PM-1AM 10AM-1AM 10AM-5PMFood Vans - Prince’s Square 6PM-9PM 5PM-10:30PM 5PM- 10:30PM 11AM-11PM 10AM-4PMOpening Night - Prince’s Square 6:30PM-11PMThe Sunset Ceremony 30 min Prince’s Square 6:30PMAprès Ski Party - Prince’s Square 7:30PM-11PMMuster 15 min Prince’s Square 7:15PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PMLive Music drop in Main Stage, Prince’s Square 5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM-1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMBirds of a Feather drop in Prince’s Square 5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PMBond, Bassey & Barbara 60 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 7PM 7PM 7PMLittle Devil Bar drop in Little Devil, Prince’s Square 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATETony’s Imaginary Circus 45 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 10AM, 1:30PM 10AM, 1:30PM Little J + Big Cuz 60 min Prince’s Square 11:30AM 11:30AM

Tip Duck 15 min Roaming, Prince’s Square 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

The Junction Dog Show 60 min Main Stage, Prince’s Square 3:30PMBrum Brum drop in Prince’s Square 10AM-4PMThe Tweed Ride 90 min Prince’s Square 11AMRemade Parade 30 min Prince’s Square 2:30PM

WED 1 6PM-11PM $15 ENTRY OPENING NIGHT

THU 2 5PM-11PM FREE ENTRY

FRI 3 5PM-1AM $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY). CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE.SAT 4 10AM-1AM

SUN 5 10AM-5PM FREE ENTRY

E N T R Y V I A C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T S

Prince’s SquareOur Festival HubLaunceston’s historic Prince’s Square is the home of Junction and the place to start your festivities! You’ll discover bars offering Tasmanian wine, premium spirits, craft beer and hot mulled cider, and delicious food vans serving up premium local produce. Meet your friends and family, grab tickets to shows, enjoy an amazing all-Tassie music line-up and discover our late night bar, the Little Devil. Experience interactive fun for the whole family, workshops, parades, performances, dancing and even a dog show!

MusterTasdance + Junction

Tasdance and over 100 dancers from Launceston present the centerpiece of the 2021 festival. Professional dancers and dance enthusiasts perform together in a cross-genre dance performance featuring music by harpist Emily Sanzaro and collaborators. Muster will celebrate love, connection and the bringing together of community.*Muster will be performed as part of Opening Night on Wednesday for ticketholders. The performance will be free to the public every other night.

15 MIN | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

WED 1* THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7:15PM 6:30 PM 6:30PM 6:30PM

TerrapinThis is Jeremy’s big moment. He fi nally has an idea that will make him rich. I.B.I.S (International Bin Integration Services) will train birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep our world clean and tidy. Enter Ibsen, the world’s fi rst rubbish-collecting ibis. But on launch day everything goes wrong, with hilarious (and messy) consequences. Tip Duck is a roaming puppetry performance that will delight young and old alike. Photo: Peter Mathew

15 MIN | FREE

In celebration of Junction’s 10th anniversary, the infamous Junction Dog Show returns. Open to everyone, bring along your adorable pooches to Prince’s Square to battle it out in this crazy canine competition of hilarious fun, mayhem and over-the-top cuteness. Categories include Best Dressed, Most Talented, Best Dog Disguised as Another Animal, Least Obedient and Best in Show.60 MIN | FREE[Register on the Junction website]

Tip Duck

Tony’s Imaginary CircusRoll up and witness Tasmanian circus royalty with a children’s show of classy conjuring, amazing acrobats and lots and lots of fun. Tony’s Imaginary Circus presents Freyja Wild, a hula hoop artist and acrobat with years of international touring, plus Conor Wild and Lewie West, both extraordinary multi-talented circus performers. Hosted by Tony Rooke, this little circus troupe will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face. 45 MIN | $15

The Junction Dog Show

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 3:30PM

Against the backdrop of a projected episode of the award-winning, children’s animated television series Little J & Big Cuz, Aboriginal voice actors from our community will provide a live reading in palawa kani – the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.60 MIN | FREE

Little J + Big Cuz Live in palawa kani

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11:30AM

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11AM

2:30PM 1PM

4:30PM 3PM

PRINCE’S SQUARE MAIN STAGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM- 1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMSEE WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 10AM 1:30PM

SUN 5 10AM 1:30PM

PRESENTED BY THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NED LANDER MEDIA AND BLUE ROCKET

Photo: Melanie de Ruyter

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (15)

ScheduleAn after-dark art trail now in its third year returns with an exciting new selection of Tasmanian artists creating immersive art installations in unique spaces in and around Prince’s Square.

$10 NIGHTLIGHT MAP CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE, DESIGNED BY ALFIE BARKER

Nightlight

BEGIN YOUR NIGHTLIGHT JOURNEY AT THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE

THU 2 6:30PM-9:30PM

FRI 3 6:30PM-9:30PM

SAT 4 6:30PM-9:30PM

Little Devil BarEnjoy a late night tipple in the Little Devil Bar – the place to be after dark. This new incarnation of Junction’s infamous Speakeasy will feature a tasty selection of Tasmanian spirits, wines and beers to wet your whistle. Come in from the cold for a nightcap with friends. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 8:30PM-LATE

FRI 3 8:30PM-LATE

SAT 4 8:30PM-LATE

DJ BCSonja HindrumStep into the exclusive DJ room and be a DJ on the BC turntable. Simply touching the BC disk will create a unique sound. The BC is Bacterial Cellulose, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) from Kombucha.

A God Awful MessTom O’HernTom will create a giant, sprawling drawing that will slowly devour the wall. Equally beautiful and ugly, the work will spread like feral weeds or a computer virus. You will have the pleasure of living inside Tom’s head for a night.

Stormy NightBrandon MeyerAn immersive all-ages experience linking sound to colour. Set in a dark, moody lounge room with a single instrument as the focus point, Stormy Night is tactile and intuitive. Come in, sit down, have a play and don’t forget to look up.

Dear TreeRose Turtle ErtlerMelt into the earthiness of a tree! Nestled under an old oak tree, this intimate listening experience focuses on the role of nature in our lives. Featuring a collection of local voices speaking dearly to trees, this short intense experience is a mesmerizing celebration of the nature that surrounds us.

Breath Grace RobertsBreath explores the ephemeral nature of performance and encountering art. Through utilising some of your biometric data, Grace Roberts (IO Performance) creates a performance experience unique to you. Feel your internal rhythm, breathe, be, and be entertained by a never-to-be-repeated individualised version of Breath, just for you.

SoliloquyRANTBuilding on the success of the Soliloquy projection project onto Chalmers Church at Junction 2019, Rant returns in 2021 with a second version featuring a new group of young emerging artists aged 18-30. Soliloquy combines digital art, music, projection, literary narrative and spoken word and will once again be projected onto the facade of Chalmers Church.

Sunset SistersBianca Templar + Jasmine MansellBianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell are proud palawa women who have joined together to transform paintings into amazing pieces of digital art to light up the night sky. Their combination of painting and digital art highlights their signifi cant connection to their country.

The Sunset CeremonyProduced by Josh LangfordAs the sun sets on Prince’s Square join First Nations artists and community members around a sand circle under the trees for a special performance of song, dance and spoken word. This family-friendly event will be graced with warmth and light via fi re and projections by pakana artists Bianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell.

Après Ski PartyLaunceston, it’s time to come together and party in Prince’s Square! This year’s theme is Après Ski. Dress-up in your retro ski suits, glamorous faux fur coats, or oversize turtle-neck jumpers and come dance the night away - fi reside. Alpine Express, an all star supergroup will play dance hits from the 70s through to the noughties.

OPENING NIGHT IN PRINCE’S SQUARE – $15 ENTRY

The Sunset Ceremony 6:30PM-7PM

Muster 7:15PM-7:30PM

Après Ski Party 7:30PM-11PM

Opening Night WEDNESDAY 1 SEP Live music in the SquareThe Main Stage at Prince’s Square will play host to a huge lineup of Tassie musicians and Junction favourites from the past decade.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

HUGO BLADEL (BAND SHOW)

BABY LEMURSILVER FLEET SHIPSOSCAR LUSH / DEN

BOIL UP / THE SAXONSJAY JAROME TRIO

THE SHEYANA BAND / AMYPEGG / THOMAS MITCHELL

+ HENRY RIPPON

SUMNER / CHASE CITYENOLA FALL

BROKEN GIRLS CLUBHALFWAY TO FORTH

JEQA / FULL COLLAPSEPARKER / TOM FOWKESISLA KA / SAREE SALTER

KUDU JOYTHE TINDERBOXERS

TASHA ZAPPALAEDDIE TULEJA

JUST FLARE

FREE ENTRY $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY) | CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE FREE ENTRY

The Tweed RideDress up in your best tweed and join in Junction’s much-loved family bike ride around the historic streets of Launceston, before returning to Prince’s Square for morning tea and a parade of the best tweed kits!90 MIN | $10

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5

11AM Registration

11:30AM Departure

12:30PM Fashion Parade

E V E N T S O U T S I D E P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R EEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5The Motherload 60 min LC Theatrette, 197 Wellington St 6PM 2PM, 8PM 4PM, 8PMReturn drop in End of Smith’s Lane, 93 York St 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PMNightlight drop in Buy map from Box Offi ce 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PMJingled 75 min Check website 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM 12PM

Outside the Square 60 min Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 182 Charles St 7PM 7PM 7PM

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play 90 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PMSongs For Our Planet 60 min Princess Theatre, 57 Brisbane St 7:30PM

Brum Brumdrop in Harvest Market 10AM-12:30PM30 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 6:30PM

F E S T I VA L H U B, P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R E – C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T SEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5Festival Hub - Prince’s Square 6PM-11PM 5PM-11PM 5PM-1AM 10AM-1AM 10AM-5PMFood Vans - Prince’s Square 6PM-9PM 5PM-10:30PM 5PM- 10:30PM 11AM-11PM 10AM-4PMOpening Night - Prince’s Square 6:30PM-11PMThe Sunset Ceremony 30 min Prince’s Square 6:30PMAprès Ski Party - Prince’s Square 7:30PM-11PMMuster 15 min Prince’s Square 7:15PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PMLive Music drop in Main Stage, Prince’s Square 5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM-1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMBirds of a Feather drop in Prince’s Square 5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PMBond, Bassey & Barbara 60 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 7PM 7PM 7PMLittle Devil Bar drop in Little Devil, Prince’s Square 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATETony’s Imaginary Circus 45 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 10AM, 1:30PM 10AM, 1:30PM Little J + Big Cuz 60 min Prince’s Square 11:30AM 11:30AM

Tip Duck 15 min Roaming, Prince’s Square 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

The Junction Dog Show 60 min Main Stage, Prince’s Square 3:30PMBrum Brum drop in Prince’s Square 10AM-4PMThe Tweed Ride 90 min Prince’s Square 11AMRemade Parade 30 min Prince’s Square 2:30PM

WED 1 6PM-11PM $15 ENTRY OPENING NIGHT

THU 2 5PM-11PM FREE ENTRY

FRI 3 5PM-1AM $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY). CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE.SAT 4 10AM-1AM

SUN 5 10AM-5PM FREE ENTRY

E N T R Y V I A C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T S

Prince’s SquareOur Festival HubLaunceston’s historic Prince’s Square is the home of Junction and the place to start your festivities! You’ll discover bars offering Tasmanian wine, premium spirits, craft beer and hot mulled cider, and delicious food vans serving up premium local produce. Meet your friends and family, grab tickets to shows, enjoy an amazing all-Tassie music line-up and discover our late night bar, the Little Devil. Experience interactive fun for the whole family, workshops, parades, performances, dancing and even a dog show!

MusterTasdance + Junction

Tasdance and over 100 dancers from Launceston present the centerpiece of the 2021 festival. Professional dancers and dance enthusiasts perform together in a cross-genre dance performance featuring music by harpist Emily Sanzaro and collaborators. Muster will celebrate love, connection and the bringing together of community.*Muster will be performed as part of Opening Night on Wednesday for ticketholders. The performance will be free to the public every other night.

15 MIN | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

WED 1* THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7:15PM 6:30 PM 6:30PM 6:30PM

TerrapinThis is Jeremy’s big moment. He fi nally has an idea that will make him rich. I.B.I.S (International Bin Integration Services) will train birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep our world clean and tidy. Enter Ibsen, the world’s fi rst rubbish-collecting ibis. But on launch day everything goes wrong, with hilarious (and messy) consequences. Tip Duck is a roaming puppetry performance that will delight young and old alike. Photo: Peter Mathew

15 MIN | FREE

In celebration of Junction’s 10th anniversary, the infamous Junction Dog Show returns. Open to everyone, bring along your adorable pooches to Prince’s Square to battle it out in this crazy canine competition of hilarious fun, mayhem and over-the-top cuteness. Categories include Best Dressed, Most Talented, Best Dog Disguised as Another Animal, Least Obedient and Best in Show.60 MIN | FREE[Register on the Junction website]

Tip Duck

Tony’s Imaginary CircusRoll up and witness Tasmanian circus royalty with a children’s show of classy conjuring, amazing acrobats and lots and lots of fun. Tony’s Imaginary Circus presents Freyja Wild, a hula hoop artist and acrobat with years of international touring, plus Conor Wild and Lewie West, both extraordinary multi-talented circus performers. Hosted by Tony Rooke, this little circus troupe will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face. 45 MIN | $15

The Junction Dog Show

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 3:30PM

Against the backdrop of a projected episode of the award-winning, children’s animated television series Little J & Big Cuz, Aboriginal voice actors from our community will provide a live reading in palawa kani – the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.60 MIN | FREE

Little J + Big Cuz Live in palawa kani

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11:30AM

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11AM

2:30PM 1PM

4:30PM 3PM

PRINCE’S SQUARE MAIN STAGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM- 1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMSEE WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 10AM 1:30PM

SUN 5 10AM 1:30PM

PRESENTED BY THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NED LANDER MEDIA AND BLUE ROCKET

Photo: Melanie de Ruyter

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (16)

ScheduleAn after-dark art trail now in its third year returns with an exciting new selection of Tasmanian artists creating immersive art installations in unique spaces in and around Prince’s Square.

$10 NIGHTLIGHT MAP CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE, DESIGNED BY ALFIE BARKER

Nightlight

BEGIN YOUR NIGHTLIGHT JOURNEY AT THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE

THU 2 6:30PM-9:30PM

FRI 3 6:30PM-9:30PM

SAT 4 6:30PM-9:30PM

Little Devil BarEnjoy a late night tipple in the Little Devil Bar – the place to be after dark. This new incarnation of Junction’s infamous Speakeasy will feature a tasty selection of Tasmanian spirits, wines and beers to wet your whistle. Come in from the cold for a nightcap with friends. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 8:30PM-LATE

FRI 3 8:30PM-LATE

SAT 4 8:30PM-LATE

DJ BCSonja HindrumStep into the exclusive DJ room and be a DJ on the BC turntable. Simply touching the BC disk will create a unique sound. The BC is Bacterial Cellulose, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) from Kombucha.

A God Awful MessTom O’HernTom will create a giant, sprawling drawing that will slowly devour the wall. Equally beautiful and ugly, the work will spread like feral weeds or a computer virus. You will have the pleasure of living inside Tom’s head for a night.

Stormy NightBrandon MeyerAn immersive all-ages experience linking sound to colour. Set in a dark, moody lounge room with a single instrument as the focus point, Stormy Night is tactile and intuitive. Come in, sit down, have a play and don’t forget to look up.

Dear TreeRose Turtle ErtlerMelt into the earthiness of a tree! Nestled under an old oak tree, this intimate listening experience focuses on the role of nature in our lives. Featuring a collection of local voices speaking dearly to trees, this short intense experience is a mesmerizing celebration of the nature that surrounds us.

Breath Grace RobertsBreath explores the ephemeral nature of performance and encountering art. Through utilising some of your biometric data, Grace Roberts (IO Performance) creates a performance experience unique to you. Feel your internal rhythm, breathe, be, and be entertained by a never-to-be-repeated individualised version of Breath, just for you.

SoliloquyRANTBuilding on the success of the Soliloquy projection project onto Chalmers Church at Junction 2019, Rant returns in 2021 with a second version featuring a new group of young emerging artists aged 18-30. Soliloquy combines digital art, music, projection, literary narrative and spoken word and will once again be projected onto the facade of Chalmers Church.

Sunset SistersBianca Templar + Jasmine MansellBianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell are proud palawa women who have joined together to transform paintings into amazing pieces of digital art to light up the night sky. Their combination of painting and digital art highlights their signifi cant connection to their country.

The Sunset CeremonyProduced by Josh LangfordAs the sun sets on Prince’s Square join First Nations artists and community members around a sand circle under the trees for a special performance of song, dance and spoken word. This family-friendly event will be graced with warmth and light via fi re and projections by pakana artists Bianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell.

Après Ski PartyLaunceston, it’s time to come together and party in Prince’s Square! This year’s theme is Après Ski. Dress-up in your retro ski suits, glamorous faux fur coats, or oversize turtle-neck jumpers and come dance the night away - fi reside. Alpine Express, an all star supergroup will play dance hits from the 70s through to the noughties.

OPENING NIGHT IN PRINCE’S SQUARE – $15 ENTRY

The Sunset Ceremony 6:30PM-7PM

Muster 7:15PM-7:30PM

Après Ski Party 7:30PM-11PM

Opening Night WEDNESDAY 1 SEP Live music in the SquareThe Main Stage at Prince’s Square will play host to a huge lineup of Tassie musicians and Junction favourites from the past decade.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

HUGO BLADEL (BAND SHOW)

BABY LEMURSILVER FLEET SHIPSOSCAR LUSH / DEN

BOIL UP / THE SAXONSJAY JAROME TRIO

THE SHEYANA BAND / AMYPEGG / THOMAS MITCHELL

+ HENRY RIPPON

SUMNER / CHASE CITYENOLA FALL

BROKEN GIRLS CLUBHALFWAY TO FORTH

JEQA / FULL COLLAPSEPARKER / TOM FOWKESISLA KA / SAREE SALTER

KUDU JOYTHE TINDERBOXERS

TASHA ZAPPALAEDDIE TULEJA

JUST FLARE

FREE ENTRY $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY) | CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE FREE ENTRY

The Tweed RideDress up in your best tweed and join in Junction’s much-loved family bike ride around the historic streets of Launceston, before returning to Prince’s Square for morning tea and a parade of the best tweed kits!90 MIN | $10

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5

11AM Registration

11:30AM Departure

12:30PM Fashion Parade

E V E N T S O U T S I D E P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R EEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5The Motherload 60 min LC Theatrette, 197 Wellington St 6PM 2PM, 8PM 4PM, 8PMReturn drop in End of Smith’s Lane, 93 York St 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PMNightlight drop in Buy map from Box Offi ce 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PMJingled 75 min Check website 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM 12PM

Outside the Square 60 min Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 182 Charles St 7PM 7PM 7PM

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play 90 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PMSongs For Our Planet 60 min Princess Theatre, 57 Brisbane St 7:30PM

Brum Brumdrop in Harvest Market 10AM-12:30PM30 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 6:30PM

F E S T I VA L H U B, P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R E – C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T SEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5Festival Hub - Prince’s Square 6PM-11PM 5PM-11PM 5PM-1AM 10AM-1AM 10AM-5PMFood Vans - Prince’s Square 6PM-9PM 5PM-10:30PM 5PM- 10:30PM 11AM-11PM 10AM-4PMOpening Night - Prince’s Square 6:30PM-11PMThe Sunset Ceremony 30 min Prince’s Square 6:30PMAprès Ski Party - Prince’s Square 7:30PM-11PMMuster 15 min Prince’s Square 7:15PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PMLive Music drop in Main Stage, Prince’s Square 5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM-1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMBirds of a Feather drop in Prince’s Square 5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PMBond, Bassey & Barbara 60 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 7PM 7PM 7PMLittle Devil Bar drop in Little Devil, Prince’s Square 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATETony’s Imaginary Circus 45 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 10AM, 1:30PM 10AM, 1:30PM Little J + Big Cuz 60 min Prince’s Square 11:30AM 11:30AM

Tip Duck 15 min Roaming, Prince’s Square 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

The Junction Dog Show 60 min Main Stage, Prince’s Square 3:30PMBrum Brum drop in Prince’s Square 10AM-4PMThe Tweed Ride 90 min Prince’s Square 11AMRemade Parade 30 min Prince’s Square 2:30PM

WED 1 6PM-11PM $15 ENTRY OPENING NIGHT

THU 2 5PM-11PM FREE ENTRY

FRI 3 5PM-1AM $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY). CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE.SAT 4 10AM-1AM

SUN 5 10AM-5PM FREE ENTRY

E N T R Y V I A C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T S

Prince’s SquareOur Festival HubLaunceston’s historic Prince’s Square is the home of Junction and the place to start your festivities! You’ll discover bars offering Tasmanian wine, premium spirits, craft beer and hot mulled cider, and delicious food vans serving up premium local produce. Meet your friends and family, grab tickets to shows, enjoy an amazing all-Tassie music line-up and discover our late night bar, the Little Devil. Experience interactive fun for the whole family, workshops, parades, performances, dancing and even a dog show!

MusterTasdance + Junction

Tasdance and over 100 dancers from Launceston present the centerpiece of the 2021 festival. Professional dancers and dance enthusiasts perform together in a cross-genre dance performance featuring music by harpist Emily Sanzaro and collaborators. Muster will celebrate love, connection and the bringing together of community.*Muster will be performed as part of Opening Night on Wednesday for ticketholders. The performance will be free to the public every other night.

15 MIN | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

WED 1* THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7:15PM 6:30 PM 6:30PM 6:30PM

TerrapinThis is Jeremy’s big moment. He fi nally has an idea that will make him rich. I.B.I.S (International Bin Integration Services) will train birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep our world clean and tidy. Enter Ibsen, the world’s fi rst rubbish-collecting ibis. But on launch day everything goes wrong, with hilarious (and messy) consequences. Tip Duck is a roaming puppetry performance that will delight young and old alike. Photo: Peter Mathew

15 MIN | FREE

In celebration of Junction’s 10th anniversary, the infamous Junction Dog Show returns. Open to everyone, bring along your adorable pooches to Prince’s Square to battle it out in this crazy canine competition of hilarious fun, mayhem and over-the-top cuteness. Categories include Best Dressed, Most Talented, Best Dog Disguised as Another Animal, Least Obedient and Best in Show.60 MIN | FREE[Register on the Junction website]

Tip Duck

Tony’s Imaginary CircusRoll up and witness Tasmanian circus royalty with a children’s show of classy conjuring, amazing acrobats and lots and lots of fun. Tony’s Imaginary Circus presents Freyja Wild, a hula hoop artist and acrobat with years of international touring, plus Conor Wild and Lewie West, both extraordinary multi-talented circus performers. Hosted by Tony Rooke, this little circus troupe will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face. 45 MIN | $15

The Junction Dog Show

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 3:30PM

Against the backdrop of a projected episode of the award-winning, children’s animated television series Little J & Big Cuz, Aboriginal voice actors from our community will provide a live reading in palawa kani – the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.60 MIN | FREE

Little J + Big Cuz Live in palawa kani

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11:30AM

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11AM

2:30PM 1PM

4:30PM 3PM

PRINCE’S SQUARE MAIN STAGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM- 1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMSEE WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 10AM 1:30PM

SUN 5 10AM 1:30PM

PRESENTED BY THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NED LANDER MEDIA AND BLUE ROCKET

Photo: Melanie de Ruyter

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (17)

ScheduleAn after-dark art trail now in its third year returns with an exciting new selection of Tasmanian artists creating immersive art installations in unique spaces in and around Prince’s Square.

$10 NIGHTLIGHT MAP CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE, DESIGNED BY ALFIE BARKER

Nightlight

BEGIN YOUR NIGHTLIGHT JOURNEY AT THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE

THU 2 6:30PM-9:30PM

FRI 3 6:30PM-9:30PM

SAT 4 6:30PM-9:30PM

Little Devil BarEnjoy a late night tipple in the Little Devil Bar – the place to be after dark. This new incarnation of Junction’s infamous Speakeasy will feature a tasty selection of Tasmanian spirits, wines and beers to wet your whistle. Come in from the cold for a nightcap with friends. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 8:30PM-LATE

FRI 3 8:30PM-LATE

SAT 4 8:30PM-LATE

DJ BCSonja HindrumStep into the exclusive DJ room and be a DJ on the BC turntable. Simply touching the BC disk will create a unique sound. The BC is Bacterial Cellulose, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) from Kombucha.

A God Awful MessTom O’HernTom will create a giant, sprawling drawing that will slowly devour the wall. Equally beautiful and ugly, the work will spread like feral weeds or a computer virus. You will have the pleasure of living inside Tom’s head for a night.

Stormy NightBrandon MeyerAn immersive all-ages experience linking sound to colour. Set in a dark, moody lounge room with a single instrument as the focus point, Stormy Night is tactile and intuitive. Come in, sit down, have a play and don’t forget to look up.

Dear TreeRose Turtle ErtlerMelt into the earthiness of a tree! Nestled under an old oak tree, this intimate listening experience focuses on the role of nature in our lives. Featuring a collection of local voices speaking dearly to trees, this short intense experience is a mesmerizing celebration of the nature that surrounds us.

Breath Grace RobertsBreath explores the ephemeral nature of performance and encountering art. Through utilising some of your biometric data, Grace Roberts (IO Performance) creates a performance experience unique to you. Feel your internal rhythm, breathe, be, and be entertained by a never-to-be-repeated individualised version of Breath, just for you.

SoliloquyRANTBuilding on the success of the Soliloquy projection project onto Chalmers Church at Junction 2019, Rant returns in 2021 with a second version featuring a new group of young emerging artists aged 18-30. Soliloquy combines digital art, music, projection, literary narrative and spoken word and will once again be projected onto the facade of Chalmers Church.

Sunset SistersBianca Templar + Jasmine MansellBianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell are proud palawa women who have joined together to transform paintings into amazing pieces of digital art to light up the night sky. Their combination of painting and digital art highlights their signifi cant connection to their country.

The Sunset CeremonyProduced by Josh LangfordAs the sun sets on Prince’s Square join First Nations artists and community members around a sand circle under the trees for a special performance of song, dance and spoken word. This family-friendly event will be graced with warmth and light via fi re and projections by pakana artists Bianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell.

Après Ski PartyLaunceston, it’s time to come together and party in Prince’s Square! This year’s theme is Après Ski. Dress-up in your retro ski suits, glamorous faux fur coats, or oversize turtle-neck jumpers and come dance the night away - fi reside. Alpine Express, an all star supergroup will play dance hits from the 70s through to the noughties.

OPENING NIGHT IN PRINCE’S SQUARE – $15 ENTRY

The Sunset Ceremony 6:30PM-7PM

Muster 7:15PM-7:30PM

Après Ski Party 7:30PM-11PM

Opening Night WEDNESDAY 1 SEP Live music in the SquareThe Main Stage at Prince’s Square will play host to a huge lineup of Tassie musicians and Junction favourites from the past decade.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

HUGO BLADEL (BAND SHOW)

BABY LEMURSILVER FLEET SHIPSOSCAR LUSH / DEN

BOIL UP / THE SAXONSJAY JAROME TRIO

THE SHEYANA BAND / AMYPEGG / THOMAS MITCHELL

+ HENRY RIPPON

SUMNER / CHASE CITYENOLA FALL

BROKEN GIRLS CLUBHALFWAY TO FORTH

JEQA / FULL COLLAPSEPARKER / TOM FOWKESISLA KA / SAREE SALTER

KUDU JOYTHE TINDERBOXERS

TASHA ZAPPALAEDDIE TULEJA

JUST FLARE

FREE ENTRY $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY) | CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE FREE ENTRY

The Tweed RideDress up in your best tweed and join in Junction’s much-loved family bike ride around the historic streets of Launceston, before returning to Prince’s Square for morning tea and a parade of the best tweed kits!90 MIN | $10

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5

11AM Registration

11:30AM Departure

12:30PM Fashion Parade

E V E N T S O U T S I D E P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R EEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5The Motherload 60 min LC Theatrette, 197 Wellington St 6PM 2PM, 8PM 4PM, 8PMReturn drop in End of Smith’s Lane, 93 York St 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PMNightlight drop in Buy map from Box Offi ce 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PMJingled 75 min Check website 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM 12PM

Outside the Square 60 min Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 182 Charles St 7PM 7PM 7PM

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play 90 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PMSongs For Our Planet 60 min Princess Theatre, 57 Brisbane St 7:30PM

Brum Brumdrop in Harvest Market 10AM-12:30PM30 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 6:30PM

F E S T I VA L H U B, P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R E – C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T SEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5Festival Hub - Prince’s Square 6PM-11PM 5PM-11PM 5PM-1AM 10AM-1AM 10AM-5PMFood Vans - Prince’s Square 6PM-9PM 5PM-10:30PM 5PM- 10:30PM 11AM-11PM 10AM-4PMOpening Night - Prince’s Square 6:30PM-11PMThe Sunset Ceremony 30 min Prince’s Square 6:30PMAprès Ski Party - Prince’s Square 7:30PM-11PMMuster 15 min Prince’s Square 7:15PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PMLive Music drop in Main Stage, Prince’s Square 5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM-1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMBirds of a Feather drop in Prince’s Square 5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PMBond, Bassey & Barbara 60 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 7PM 7PM 7PMLittle Devil Bar drop in Little Devil, Prince’s Square 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATETony’s Imaginary Circus 45 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 10AM, 1:30PM 10AM, 1:30PM Little J + Big Cuz 60 min Prince’s Square 11:30AM 11:30AM

Tip Duck 15 min Roaming, Prince’s Square 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

The Junction Dog Show 60 min Main Stage, Prince’s Square 3:30PMBrum Brum drop in Prince’s Square 10AM-4PMThe Tweed Ride 90 min Prince’s Square 11AMRemade Parade 30 min Prince’s Square 2:30PM

WED 1 6PM-11PM $15 ENTRY OPENING NIGHT

THU 2 5PM-11PM FREE ENTRY

FRI 3 5PM-1AM $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY). CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE.SAT 4 10AM-1AM

SUN 5 10AM-5PM FREE ENTRY

E N T R Y V I A C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T S

Prince’s SquareOur Festival HubLaunceston’s historic Prince’s Square is the home of Junction and the place to start your festivities! You’ll discover bars offering Tasmanian wine, premium spirits, craft beer and hot mulled cider, and delicious food vans serving up premium local produce. Meet your friends and family, grab tickets to shows, enjoy an amazing all-Tassie music line-up and discover our late night bar, the Little Devil. Experience interactive fun for the whole family, workshops, parades, performances, dancing and even a dog show!

MusterTasdance + Junction

Tasdance and over 100 dancers from Launceston present the centerpiece of the 2021 festival. Professional dancers and dance enthusiasts perform together in a cross-genre dance performance featuring music by harpist Emily Sanzaro and collaborators. Muster will celebrate love, connection and the bringing together of community.*Muster will be performed as part of Opening Night on Wednesday for ticketholders. The performance will be free to the public every other night.

15 MIN | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

WED 1* THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7:15PM 6:30 PM 6:30PM 6:30PM

TerrapinThis is Jeremy’s big moment. He fi nally has an idea that will make him rich. I.B.I.S (International Bin Integration Services) will train birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep our world clean and tidy. Enter Ibsen, the world’s fi rst rubbish-collecting ibis. But on launch day everything goes wrong, with hilarious (and messy) consequences. Tip Duck is a roaming puppetry performance that will delight young and old alike. Photo: Peter Mathew

15 MIN | FREE

In celebration of Junction’s 10th anniversary, the infamous Junction Dog Show returns. Open to everyone, bring along your adorable pooches to Prince’s Square to battle it out in this crazy canine competition of hilarious fun, mayhem and over-the-top cuteness. Categories include Best Dressed, Most Talented, Best Dog Disguised as Another Animal, Least Obedient and Best in Show.60 MIN | FREE[Register on the Junction website]

Tip Duck

Tony’s Imaginary CircusRoll up and witness Tasmanian circus royalty with a children’s show of classy conjuring, amazing acrobats and lots and lots of fun. Tony’s Imaginary Circus presents Freyja Wild, a hula hoop artist and acrobat with years of international touring, plus Conor Wild and Lewie West, both extraordinary multi-talented circus performers. Hosted by Tony Rooke, this little circus troupe will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face. 45 MIN | $15

The Junction Dog Show

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 3:30PM

Against the backdrop of a projected episode of the award-winning, children’s animated television series Little J & Big Cuz, Aboriginal voice actors from our community will provide a live reading in palawa kani – the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.60 MIN | FREE

Little J + Big Cuz Live in palawa kani

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11:30AM

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11AM

2:30PM 1PM

4:30PM 3PM

PRINCE’S SQUARE MAIN STAGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM- 1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMSEE WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 10AM 1:30PM

SUN 5 10AM 1:30PM

PRESENTED BY THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NED LANDER MEDIA AND BLUE ROCKET

Photo: Melanie de Ruyter

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (18)

ScheduleAn after-dark art trail now in its third year returns with an exciting new selection of Tasmanian artists creating immersive art installations in unique spaces in and around Prince’s Square.

$10 NIGHTLIGHT MAP CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE, DESIGNED BY ALFIE BARKER

Nightlight

BEGIN YOUR NIGHTLIGHT JOURNEY AT THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE

THU 2 6:30PM-9:30PM

FRI 3 6:30PM-9:30PM

SAT 4 6:30PM-9:30PM

Little Devil BarEnjoy a late night tipple in the Little Devil Bar – the place to be after dark. This new incarnation of Junction’s infamous Speakeasy will feature a tasty selection of Tasmanian spirits, wines and beers to wet your whistle. Come in from the cold for a nightcap with friends. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 8:30PM-LATE

FRI 3 8:30PM-LATE

SAT 4 8:30PM-LATE

DJ BCSonja HindrumStep into the exclusive DJ room and be a DJ on the BC turntable. Simply touching the BC disk will create a unique sound. The BC is Bacterial Cellulose, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) from Kombucha.

A God Awful MessTom O’HernTom will create a giant, sprawling drawing that will slowly devour the wall. Equally beautiful and ugly, the work will spread like feral weeds or a computer virus. You will have the pleasure of living inside Tom’s head for a night.

Stormy NightBrandon MeyerAn immersive all-ages experience linking sound to colour. Set in a dark, moody lounge room with a single instrument as the focus point, Stormy Night is tactile and intuitive. Come in, sit down, have a play and don’t forget to look up.

Dear TreeRose Turtle ErtlerMelt into the earthiness of a tree! Nestled under an old oak tree, this intimate listening experience focuses on the role of nature in our lives. Featuring a collection of local voices speaking dearly to trees, this short intense experience is a mesmerizing celebration of the nature that surrounds us.

Breath Grace RobertsBreath explores the ephemeral nature of performance and encountering art. Through utilising some of your biometric data, Grace Roberts (IO Performance) creates a performance experience unique to you. Feel your internal rhythm, breathe, be, and be entertained by a never-to-be-repeated individualised version of Breath, just for you.

SoliloquyRANTBuilding on the success of the Soliloquy projection project onto Chalmers Church at Junction 2019, Rant returns in 2021 with a second version featuring a new group of young emerging artists aged 18-30. Soliloquy combines digital art, music, projection, literary narrative and spoken word and will once again be projected onto the facade of Chalmers Church.

Sunset SistersBianca Templar + Jasmine MansellBianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell are proud palawa women who have joined together to transform paintings into amazing pieces of digital art to light up the night sky. Their combination of painting and digital art highlights their signifi cant connection to their country.

The Sunset CeremonyProduced by Josh LangfordAs the sun sets on Prince’s Square join First Nations artists and community members around a sand circle under the trees for a special performance of song, dance and spoken word. This family-friendly event will be graced with warmth and light via fi re and projections by pakana artists Bianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell.

Après Ski PartyLaunceston, it’s time to come together and party in Prince’s Square! This year’s theme is Après Ski. Dress-up in your retro ski suits, glamorous faux fur coats, or oversize turtle-neck jumpers and come dance the night away - fi reside. Alpine Express, an all star supergroup will play dance hits from the 70s through to the noughties.

OPENING NIGHT IN PRINCE’S SQUARE – $15 ENTRY

The Sunset Ceremony 6:30PM-7PM

Muster 7:15PM-7:30PM

Après Ski Party 7:30PM-11PM

Opening Night WEDNESDAY 1 SEP Live music in the SquareThe Main Stage at Prince’s Square will play host to a huge lineup of Tassie musicians and Junction favourites from the past decade.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

HUGO BLADEL (BAND SHOW)

BABY LEMURSILVER FLEET SHIPSOSCAR LUSH / DEN

BOIL UP / THE SAXONSJAY JAROME TRIO

THE SHEYANA BAND / AMYPEGG / THOMAS MITCHELL

+ HENRY RIPPON

SUMNER / CHASE CITYENOLA FALL

BROKEN GIRLS CLUBHALFWAY TO FORTH

JEQA / FULL COLLAPSEPARKER / TOM FOWKESISLA KA / SAREE SALTER

KUDU JOYTHE TINDERBOXERS

TASHA ZAPPALAEDDIE TULEJA

JUST FLARE

FREE ENTRY $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY) | CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE FREE ENTRY

The Tweed RideDress up in your best tweed and join in Junction’s much-loved family bike ride around the historic streets of Launceston, before returning to Prince’s Square for morning tea and a parade of the best tweed kits!90 MIN | $10

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5

11AM Registration

11:30AM Departure

12:30PM Fashion Parade

E V E N T S O U T S I D E P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R EEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5The Motherload 60 min LC Theatrette, 197 Wellington St 6PM 2PM, 8PM 4PM, 8PMReturn drop in End of Smith’s Lane, 93 York St 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PMNightlight drop in Buy map from Box Offi ce 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PMJingled 75 min Check website 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM 12PM

Outside the Square 60 min Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 182 Charles St 7PM 7PM 7PM

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play 90 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PMSongs For Our Planet 60 min Princess Theatre, 57 Brisbane St 7:30PM

Brum Brumdrop in Harvest Market 10AM-12:30PM30 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 6:30PM

F E S T I VA L H U B, P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R E – C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T SEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5Festival Hub - Prince’s Square 6PM-11PM 5PM-11PM 5PM-1AM 10AM-1AM 10AM-5PMFood Vans - Prince’s Square 6PM-9PM 5PM-10:30PM 5PM- 10:30PM 11AM-11PM 10AM-4PMOpening Night - Prince’s Square 6:30PM-11PMThe Sunset Ceremony 30 min Prince’s Square 6:30PMAprès Ski Party - Prince’s Square 7:30PM-11PMMuster 15 min Prince’s Square 7:15PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PMLive Music drop in Main Stage, Prince’s Square 5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM-1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMBirds of a Feather drop in Prince’s Square 5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PMBond, Bassey & Barbara 60 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 7PM 7PM 7PMLittle Devil Bar drop in Little Devil, Prince’s Square 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATETony’s Imaginary Circus 45 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 10AM, 1:30PM 10AM, 1:30PM Little J + Big Cuz 60 min Prince’s Square 11:30AM 11:30AM

Tip Duck 15 min Roaming, Prince’s Square 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

The Junction Dog Show 60 min Main Stage, Prince’s Square 3:30PMBrum Brum drop in Prince’s Square 10AM-4PMThe Tweed Ride 90 min Prince’s Square 11AMRemade Parade 30 min Prince’s Square 2:30PM

WED 1 6PM-11PM $15 ENTRY OPENING NIGHT

THU 2 5PM-11PM FREE ENTRY

FRI 3 5PM-1AM $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY). CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE.SAT 4 10AM-1AM

SUN 5 10AM-5PM FREE ENTRY

E N T R Y V I A C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T S

Prince’s SquareOur Festival HubLaunceston’s historic Prince’s Square is the home of Junction and the place to start your festivities! You’ll discover bars offering Tasmanian wine, premium spirits, craft beer and hot mulled cider, and delicious food vans serving up premium local produce. Meet your friends and family, grab tickets to shows, enjoy an amazing all-Tassie music line-up and discover our late night bar, the Little Devil. Experience interactive fun for the whole family, workshops, parades, performances, dancing and even a dog show!

MusterTasdance + Junction

Tasdance and over 100 dancers from Launceston present the centerpiece of the 2021 festival. Professional dancers and dance enthusiasts perform together in a cross-genre dance performance featuring music by harpist Emily Sanzaro and collaborators. Muster will celebrate love, connection and the bringing together of community.*Muster will be performed as part of Opening Night on Wednesday for ticketholders. The performance will be free to the public every other night.

15 MIN | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

WED 1* THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7:15PM 6:30 PM 6:30PM 6:30PM

TerrapinThis is Jeremy’s big moment. He fi nally has an idea that will make him rich. I.B.I.S (International Bin Integration Services) will train birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep our world clean and tidy. Enter Ibsen, the world’s fi rst rubbish-collecting ibis. But on launch day everything goes wrong, with hilarious (and messy) consequences. Tip Duck is a roaming puppetry performance that will delight young and old alike. Photo: Peter Mathew

15 MIN | FREE

In celebration of Junction’s 10th anniversary, the infamous Junction Dog Show returns. Open to everyone, bring along your adorable pooches to Prince’s Square to battle it out in this crazy canine competition of hilarious fun, mayhem and over-the-top cuteness. Categories include Best Dressed, Most Talented, Best Dog Disguised as Another Animal, Least Obedient and Best in Show.60 MIN | FREE[Register on the Junction website]

Tip Duck

Tony’s Imaginary CircusRoll up and witness Tasmanian circus royalty with a children’s show of classy conjuring, amazing acrobats and lots and lots of fun. Tony’s Imaginary Circus presents Freyja Wild, a hula hoop artist and acrobat with years of international touring, plus Conor Wild and Lewie West, both extraordinary multi-talented circus performers. Hosted by Tony Rooke, this little circus troupe will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face. 45 MIN | $15

The Junction Dog Show

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 3:30PM

Against the backdrop of a projected episode of the award-winning, children’s animated television series Little J & Big Cuz, Aboriginal voice actors from our community will provide a live reading in palawa kani – the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.60 MIN | FREE

Little J + Big Cuz Live in palawa kani

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11:30AM

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11AM

2:30PM 1PM

4:30PM 3PM

PRINCE’S SQUARE MAIN STAGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM- 1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMSEE WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 10AM 1:30PM

SUN 5 10AM 1:30PM

PRESENTED BY THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NED LANDER MEDIA AND BLUE ROCKET

Photo: Melanie de Ruyter

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (19)

ScheduleAn after-dark art trail now in its third year returns with an exciting new selection of Tasmanian artists creating immersive art installations in unique spaces in and around Prince’s Square.

$10 NIGHTLIGHT MAP CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE, DESIGNED BY ALFIE BARKER

Nightlight

BEGIN YOUR NIGHTLIGHT JOURNEY AT THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE

THU 2 6:30PM-9:30PM

FRI 3 6:30PM-9:30PM

SAT 4 6:30PM-9:30PM

Little Devil BarEnjoy a late night tipple in the Little Devil Bar – the place to be after dark. This new incarnation of Junction’s infamous Speakeasy will feature a tasty selection of Tasmanian spirits, wines and beers to wet your whistle. Come in from the cold for a nightcap with friends. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 8:30PM-LATE

FRI 3 8:30PM-LATE

SAT 4 8:30PM-LATE

DJ BCSonja HindrumStep into the exclusive DJ room and be a DJ on the BC turntable. Simply touching the BC disk will create a unique sound. The BC is Bacterial Cellulose, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) from Kombucha.

A God Awful MessTom O’HernTom will create a giant, sprawling drawing that will slowly devour the wall. Equally beautiful and ugly, the work will spread like feral weeds or a computer virus. You will have the pleasure of living inside Tom’s head for a night.

Stormy NightBrandon MeyerAn immersive all-ages experience linking sound to colour. Set in a dark, moody lounge room with a single instrument as the focus point, Stormy Night is tactile and intuitive. Come in, sit down, have a play and don’t forget to look up.

Dear TreeRose Turtle ErtlerMelt into the earthiness of a tree! Nestled under an old oak tree, this intimate listening experience focuses on the role of nature in our lives. Featuring a collection of local voices speaking dearly to trees, this short intense experience is a mesmerizing celebration of the nature that surrounds us.

Breath Grace RobertsBreath explores the ephemeral nature of performance and encountering art. Through utilising some of your biometric data, Grace Roberts (IO Performance) creates a performance experience unique to you. Feel your internal rhythm, breathe, be, and be entertained by a never-to-be-repeated individualised version of Breath, just for you.

SoliloquyRANTBuilding on the success of the Soliloquy projection project onto Chalmers Church at Junction 2019, Rant returns in 2021 with a second version featuring a new group of young emerging artists aged 18-30. Soliloquy combines digital art, music, projection, literary narrative and spoken word and will once again be projected onto the facade of Chalmers Church.

Sunset SistersBianca Templar + Jasmine MansellBianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell are proud palawa women who have joined together to transform paintings into amazing pieces of digital art to light up the night sky. Their combination of painting and digital art highlights their signifi cant connection to their country.

The Sunset CeremonyProduced by Josh LangfordAs the sun sets on Prince’s Square join First Nations artists and community members around a sand circle under the trees for a special performance of song, dance and spoken word. This family-friendly event will be graced with warmth and light via fi re and projections by pakana artists Bianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell.

Après Ski PartyLaunceston, it’s time to come together and party in Prince’s Square! This year’s theme is Après Ski. Dress-up in your retro ski suits, glamorous faux fur coats, or oversize turtle-neck jumpers and come dance the night away - fi reside. Alpine Express, an all star supergroup will play dance hits from the 70s through to the noughties.

OPENING NIGHT IN PRINCE’S SQUARE – $15 ENTRY

The Sunset Ceremony 6:30PM-7PM

Muster 7:15PM-7:30PM

Après Ski Party 7:30PM-11PM

Opening Night WEDNESDAY 1 SEP Live music in the SquareThe Main Stage at Prince’s Square will play host to a huge lineup of Tassie musicians and Junction favourites from the past decade.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

HUGO BLADEL (BAND SHOW)

BABY LEMURSILVER FLEET SHIPSOSCAR LUSH / DEN

BOIL UP / THE SAXONSJAY JAROME TRIO

THE SHEYANA BAND / AMYPEGG / THOMAS MITCHELL

+ HENRY RIPPON

SUMNER / CHASE CITYENOLA FALL

BROKEN GIRLS CLUBHALFWAY TO FORTH

JEQA / FULL COLLAPSEPARKER / TOM FOWKESISLA KA / SAREE SALTER

KUDU JOYTHE TINDERBOXERS

TASHA ZAPPALAEDDIE TULEJA

JUST FLARE

FREE ENTRY $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY) | CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE FREE ENTRY

The Tweed RideDress up in your best tweed and join in Junction’s much-loved family bike ride around the historic streets of Launceston, before returning to Prince’s Square for morning tea and a parade of the best tweed kits!90 MIN | $10

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5

11AM Registration

11:30AM Departure

12:30PM Fashion Parade

E V E N T S O U T S I D E P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R EEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5The Motherload 60 min LC Theatrette, 197 Wellington St 6PM 2PM, 8PM 4PM, 8PMReturn drop in End of Smith’s Lane, 93 York St 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PMNightlight drop in Buy map from Box Offi ce 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PMJingled 75 min Check website 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM 12PM

Outside the Square 60 min Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 182 Charles St 7PM 7PM 7PM

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play 90 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PMSongs For Our Planet 60 min Princess Theatre, 57 Brisbane St 7:30PM

Brum Brumdrop in Harvest Market 10AM-12:30PM30 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 6:30PM

F E S T I VA L H U B, P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R E – C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T SEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5Festival Hub - Prince’s Square 6PM-11PM 5PM-11PM 5PM-1AM 10AM-1AM 10AM-5PMFood Vans - Prince’s Square 6PM-9PM 5PM-10:30PM 5PM- 10:30PM 11AM-11PM 10AM-4PMOpening Night - Prince’s Square 6:30PM-11PMThe Sunset Ceremony 30 min Prince’s Square 6:30PMAprès Ski Party - Prince’s Square 7:30PM-11PMMuster 15 min Prince’s Square 7:15PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PMLive Music drop in Main Stage, Prince’s Square 5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM-1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMBirds of a Feather drop in Prince’s Square 5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PMBond, Bassey & Barbara 60 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 7PM 7PM 7PMLittle Devil Bar drop in Little Devil, Prince’s Square 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATETony’s Imaginary Circus 45 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 10AM, 1:30PM 10AM, 1:30PM Little J + Big Cuz 60 min Prince’s Square 11:30AM 11:30AM

Tip Duck 15 min Roaming, Prince’s Square 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

The Junction Dog Show 60 min Main Stage, Prince’s Square 3:30PMBrum Brum drop in Prince’s Square 10AM-4PMThe Tweed Ride 90 min Prince’s Square 11AMRemade Parade 30 min Prince’s Square 2:30PM

WED 1 6PM-11PM $15 ENTRY OPENING NIGHT

THU 2 5PM-11PM FREE ENTRY

FRI 3 5PM-1AM $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY). CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE.SAT 4 10AM-1AM

SUN 5 10AM-5PM FREE ENTRY

E N T R Y V I A C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T S

Prince’s SquareOur Festival HubLaunceston’s historic Prince’s Square is the home of Junction and the place to start your festivities! You’ll discover bars offering Tasmanian wine, premium spirits, craft beer and hot mulled cider, and delicious food vans serving up premium local produce. Meet your friends and family, grab tickets to shows, enjoy an amazing all-Tassie music line-up and discover our late night bar, the Little Devil. Experience interactive fun for the whole family, workshops, parades, performances, dancing and even a dog show!

MusterTasdance + Junction

Tasdance and over 100 dancers from Launceston present the centerpiece of the 2021 festival. Professional dancers and dance enthusiasts perform together in a cross-genre dance performance featuring music by harpist Emily Sanzaro and collaborators. Muster will celebrate love, connection and the bringing together of community.*Muster will be performed as part of Opening Night on Wednesday for ticketholders. The performance will be free to the public every other night.

15 MIN | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

WED 1* THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7:15PM 6:30 PM 6:30PM 6:30PM

TerrapinThis is Jeremy’s big moment. He fi nally has an idea that will make him rich. I.B.I.S (International Bin Integration Services) will train birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep our world clean and tidy. Enter Ibsen, the world’s fi rst rubbish-collecting ibis. But on launch day everything goes wrong, with hilarious (and messy) consequences. Tip Duck is a roaming puppetry performance that will delight young and old alike. Photo: Peter Mathew

15 MIN | FREE

In celebration of Junction’s 10th anniversary, the infamous Junction Dog Show returns. Open to everyone, bring along your adorable pooches to Prince’s Square to battle it out in this crazy canine competition of hilarious fun, mayhem and over-the-top cuteness. Categories include Best Dressed, Most Talented, Best Dog Disguised as Another Animal, Least Obedient and Best in Show.60 MIN | FREE[Register on the Junction website]

Tip Duck

Tony’s Imaginary CircusRoll up and witness Tasmanian circus royalty with a children’s show of classy conjuring, amazing acrobats and lots and lots of fun. Tony’s Imaginary Circus presents Freyja Wild, a hula hoop artist and acrobat with years of international touring, plus Conor Wild and Lewie West, both extraordinary multi-talented circus performers. Hosted by Tony Rooke, this little circus troupe will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face. 45 MIN | $15

The Junction Dog Show

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 3:30PM

Against the backdrop of a projected episode of the award-winning, children’s animated television series Little J & Big Cuz, Aboriginal voice actors from our community will provide a live reading in palawa kani – the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.60 MIN | FREE

Little J + Big Cuz Live in palawa kani

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11:30AM

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11AM

2:30PM 1PM

4:30PM 3PM

PRINCE’S SQUARE MAIN STAGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM- 1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMSEE WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 10AM 1:30PM

SUN 5 10AM 1:30PM

PRESENTED BY THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NED LANDER MEDIA AND BLUE ROCKET

Photo: Melanie de Ruyter

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (20)

ScheduleAn after-dark art trail now in its third year returns with an exciting new selection of Tasmanian artists creating immersive art installations in unique spaces in and around Prince’s Square.

$10 NIGHTLIGHT MAP CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE, DESIGNED BY ALFIE BARKER

Nightlight

BEGIN YOUR NIGHTLIGHT JOURNEY AT THE PRINCE’S SQUARE BOX OFFICE

THU 2 6:30PM-9:30PM

FRI 3 6:30PM-9:30PM

SAT 4 6:30PM-9:30PM

Little Devil BarEnjoy a late night tipple in the Little Devil Bar – the place to be after dark. This new incarnation of Junction’s infamous Speakeasy will feature a tasty selection of Tasmanian spirits, wines and beers to wet your whistle. Come in from the cold for a nightcap with friends. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 8:30PM-LATE

FRI 3 8:30PM-LATE

SAT 4 8:30PM-LATE

DJ BCSonja HindrumStep into the exclusive DJ room and be a DJ on the BC turntable. Simply touching the BC disk will create a unique sound. The BC is Bacterial Cellulose, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) from Kombucha.

A God Awful MessTom O’HernTom will create a giant, sprawling drawing that will slowly devour the wall. Equally beautiful and ugly, the work will spread like feral weeds or a computer virus. You will have the pleasure of living inside Tom’s head for a night.

Stormy NightBrandon MeyerAn immersive all-ages experience linking sound to colour. Set in a dark, moody lounge room with a single instrument as the focus point, Stormy Night is tactile and intuitive. Come in, sit down, have a play and don’t forget to look up.

Dear TreeRose Turtle ErtlerMelt into the earthiness of a tree! Nestled under an old oak tree, this intimate listening experience focuses on the role of nature in our lives. Featuring a collection of local voices speaking dearly to trees, this short intense experience is a mesmerizing celebration of the nature that surrounds us.

Breath Grace RobertsBreath explores the ephemeral nature of performance and encountering art. Through utilising some of your biometric data, Grace Roberts (IO Performance) creates a performance experience unique to you. Feel your internal rhythm, breathe, be, and be entertained by a never-to-be-repeated individualised version of Breath, just for you.

SoliloquyRANTBuilding on the success of the Soliloquy projection project onto Chalmers Church at Junction 2019, Rant returns in 2021 with a second version featuring a new group of young emerging artists aged 18-30. Soliloquy combines digital art, music, projection, literary narrative and spoken word and will once again be projected onto the facade of Chalmers Church.

Sunset SistersBianca Templar + Jasmine MansellBianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell are proud palawa women who have joined together to transform paintings into amazing pieces of digital art to light up the night sky. Their combination of painting and digital art highlights their signifi cant connection to their country.

The Sunset CeremonyProduced by Josh LangfordAs the sun sets on Prince’s Square join First Nations artists and community members around a sand circle under the trees for a special performance of song, dance and spoken word. This family-friendly event will be graced with warmth and light via fi re and projections by pakana artists Bianca Templar and Jasmine Mansell.

Après Ski PartyLaunceston, it’s time to come together and party in Prince’s Square! This year’s theme is Après Ski. Dress-up in your retro ski suits, glamorous faux fur coats, or oversize turtle-neck jumpers and come dance the night away - fi reside. Alpine Express, an all star supergroup will play dance hits from the 70s through to the noughties.

OPENING NIGHT IN PRINCE’S SQUARE – $15 ENTRY

The Sunset Ceremony 6:30PM-7PM

Muster 7:15PM-7:30PM

Après Ski Party 7:30PM-11PM

Opening Night WEDNESDAY 1 SEP Live music in the SquareThe Main Stage at Prince’s Square will play host to a huge lineup of Tassie musicians and Junction favourites from the past decade.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

HUGO BLADEL (BAND SHOW)

BABY LEMURSILVER FLEET SHIPSOSCAR LUSH / DEN

BOIL UP / THE SAXONSJAY JAROME TRIO

THE SHEYANA BAND / AMYPEGG / THOMAS MITCHELL

+ HENRY RIPPON

SUMNER / CHASE CITYENOLA FALL

BROKEN GIRLS CLUBHALFWAY TO FORTH

JEQA / FULL COLLAPSEPARKER / TOM FOWKESISLA KA / SAREE SALTER

KUDU JOYTHE TINDERBOXERS

TASHA ZAPPALAEDDIE TULEJA

JUST FLARE

FREE ENTRY $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY) | CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE FREE ENTRY

The Tweed RideDress up in your best tweed and join in Junction’s much-loved family bike ride around the historic streets of Launceston, before returning to Prince’s Square for morning tea and a parade of the best tweed kits!90 MIN | $10

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5

11AM Registration

11:30AM Departure

12:30PM Fashion Parade

E V E N T S O U T S I D E P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R EEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5The Motherload 60 min LC Theatrette, 197 Wellington St 6PM 2PM, 8PM 4PM, 8PMReturn drop in End of Smith’s Lane, 93 York St 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PMNightlight drop in Buy map from Box Offi ce 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PM 6:30PM-9:30PMJingled 75 min Check website 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM 12PM

Outside the Square 60 min Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 182 Charles St 7PM 7PM 7PM

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play 90 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PMSongs For Our Planet 60 min Princess Theatre, 57 Brisbane St 7:30PM

Brum Brumdrop in Harvest Market 10AM-12:30PM30 min Elizabeth St Carpark, 48 Elizabeth St 6:30PM

F E S T I VA L H U B, P R I N C E’ S S Q UA R E – C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T SEvent Duration Location WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5Festival Hub - Prince’s Square 6PM-11PM 5PM-11PM 5PM-1AM 10AM-1AM 10AM-5PMFood Vans - Prince’s Square 6PM-9PM 5PM-10:30PM 5PM- 10:30PM 11AM-11PM 10AM-4PMOpening Night - Prince’s Square 6:30PM-11PMThe Sunset Ceremony 30 min Prince’s Square 6:30PMAprès Ski Party - Prince’s Square 7:30PM-11PMMuster 15 min Prince’s Square 7:15PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PMLive Music drop in Main Stage, Prince’s Square 5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM-1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMBirds of a Feather drop in Prince’s Square 5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PMBond, Bassey & Barbara 60 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 7PM 7PM 7PMLittle Devil Bar drop in Little Devil, Prince’s Square 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATE 8:30PM-LATETony’s Imaginary Circus 45 min Little Devil, Prince’s Square 10AM, 1:30PM 10AM, 1:30PM Little J + Big Cuz 60 min Prince’s Square 11:30AM 11:30AM

Tip Duck 15 min Roaming, Prince’s Square 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

The Junction Dog Show 60 min Main Stage, Prince’s Square 3:30PMBrum Brum drop in Prince’s Square 10AM-4PMThe Tweed Ride 90 min Prince’s Square 11AMRemade Parade 30 min Prince’s Square 2:30PM

WED 1 6PM-11PM $15 ENTRY OPENING NIGHT

THU 2 5PM-11PM FREE ENTRY

FRI 3 5PM-1AM $20 ENTRY AFTER 7PM OR FREE ENTRY WITH A VALID FESTIVAL TICKET FOR THAT DAY (SUBJECT TO CAPACITY). CHILDREN UNDER 16 FREE.SAT 4 10AM-1AM

SUN 5 10AM-5PM FREE ENTRY

E N T R Y V I A C O R N E R E L I Z A B E T H + S T J O H N S T R E E T S

Prince’s SquareOur Festival HubLaunceston’s historic Prince’s Square is the home of Junction and the place to start your festivities! You’ll discover bars offering Tasmanian wine, premium spirits, craft beer and hot mulled cider, and delicious food vans serving up premium local produce. Meet your friends and family, grab tickets to shows, enjoy an amazing all-Tassie music line-up and discover our late night bar, the Little Devil. Experience interactive fun for the whole family, workshops, parades, performances, dancing and even a dog show!

MusterTasdance + Junction

Tasdance and over 100 dancers from Launceston present the centerpiece of the 2021 festival. Professional dancers and dance enthusiasts perform together in a cross-genre dance performance featuring music by harpist Emily Sanzaro and collaborators. Muster will celebrate love, connection and the bringing together of community.*Muster will be performed as part of Opening Night on Wednesday for ticketholders. The performance will be free to the public every other night.

15 MIN | FREE

PRINCE’S SQUARE

WED 1* THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7:15PM 6:30 PM 6:30PM 6:30PM

TerrapinThis is Jeremy’s big moment. He fi nally has an idea that will make him rich. I.B.I.S (International Bin Integration Services) will train birds commonly known as Tip Ducks to keep our world clean and tidy. Enter Ibsen, the world’s fi rst rubbish-collecting ibis. But on launch day everything goes wrong, with hilarious (and messy) consequences. Tip Duck is a roaming puppetry performance that will delight young and old alike. Photo: Peter Mathew

15 MIN | FREE

In celebration of Junction’s 10th anniversary, the infamous Junction Dog Show returns. Open to everyone, bring along your adorable pooches to Prince’s Square to battle it out in this crazy canine competition of hilarious fun, mayhem and over-the-top cuteness. Categories include Best Dressed, Most Talented, Best Dog Disguised as Another Animal, Least Obedient and Best in Show.60 MIN | FREE[Register on the Junction website]

Tip Duck

Tony’s Imaginary CircusRoll up and witness Tasmanian circus royalty with a children’s show of classy conjuring, amazing acrobats and lots and lots of fun. Tony’s Imaginary Circus presents Freyja Wild, a hula hoop artist and acrobat with years of international touring, plus Conor Wild and Lewie West, both extraordinary multi-talented circus performers. Hosted by Tony Rooke, this little circus troupe will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face. 45 MIN | $15

The Junction Dog Show

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 3:30PM

Against the backdrop of a projected episode of the award-winning, children’s animated television series Little J & Big Cuz, Aboriginal voice actors from our community will provide a live reading in palawa kani – the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.60 MIN | FREE

Little J + Big Cuz Live in palawa kani

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11:30AM

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 SUN 5

11:30AM 11AM

2:30PM 1PM

4:30PM 3PM

PRINCE’S SQUARE MAIN STAGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5:30PM-11PM 5:30PM- 1AM 11:30AM-1AM 11:30AM-5PMSEE WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

SAT 4 10AM 1:30PM

SUN 5 10AM 1:30PM

PRESENTED BY THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NED LANDER MEDIA AND BLUE ROCKET

Photo: Melanie de Ruyter

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (21)

A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

Presenting Partner

Major Partners

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Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Funding Partners

Thank you to our festival partners for their generous support!

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PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

never.the.less ProductionsI N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H TAS M A N I A N T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y A N D J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L

P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

Stompin

Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

2021.artlands.com.au

pulingina/welcome

ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

Cover illustration: Tom O’Hern

Brum Brum Partners Bond, Bassey + Barbara Return Remade - [PDF Document] (22)

A collision of art + performance + music.1-5 SEPTEMBER 2021PRINCE’S SQUARE LAUNCESTON | TASMANIATICKETS ON SALE NOW

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF JUNCTION ARTS FESTIVALTICKETS AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO AVAILABLE AT

Enter the salubrious Little Devil, order a martini, “shaken not stirred”, and get ready for a fun and joyous evening of James Bond theme songs and epic power ballads made famous by Shirley Bassey and Barbara Streisand. Bond, Bassey + Barbara is an unashamed celebration of iconic songs, performed by the powerhouse duo of Samantha Hammersley (vocals) and Ben Austin (piano). With direction by Danny Gibson, this promises to be a remarkable performance of gut-wrenching melodies, classic songwriting and epic choruses.60 MIN | $30/$25

Brum Brum is a live transmission project situated in a sh*t-box car. Across the festival, Sisters Akousmatica will be taking on the grand tradition of the Launceston blockie - broadcasting new radio works from artists and community members daily from their car.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Interweave ArtsInterweave’s Remade Parade is a fun, carnival-style parade for the whole family to enjoy, featuring wearable art that transforms recycled materials into sustainable messages. Interweave will also run community costume making workshops leading up to the Parade. To get involved, contact Interweave Arts to create your own, or grab a costume before the parade.30 MIN | FREE

The Motherload Outside the SquareSongs For Our Planet

Meet in the waiting room to enter a lurid installation exploring space, perception and light. This immersive installation uses augmented reality (AR) to assess the value of art and culture in a post-pandemic economy, through the investigation of agency and self worth. DROP IN / OUT | FREE

ReturnBond, Bassey + BarbaraBrum Brum Remade Parade

Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd will conduct a two-week choreographic intensive, mentoring the Stompin dancers to create their own dance works, culminating in a rich live performance experience for all to enjoy. Launceston’s youth dance company Stompin works with young Tasmanians to create and produce exhilarating dance and arts experiences.60 MIN | $20/$15

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL CENTRE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

7PM 7PM 7PM

A creative documentary performance that explores the beauty, grotesque and poetic in the madness and mundane of motherhood. Developed over several years in collaboration with mothers across Tasmania, the Motherload Collective present an interactive live game show: two teams compete for the crown of Ultimate Queen Mumma.60 MIN | $35/$20 LAUNCESTON COLLEGE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM 2PM + 8PM 4PM + 8PM

SAT 4 10AM-12:30PM HARVEST MARKET

SAT 4 6:30PM-7PM ELIZABETH ST CARPARK (SUNSET CAR ORCHESTRA)

SUN 5 10AM-4PM PRINCE’S SQUARE

Following on from Junction’s highly successful Breathtaking concert series comes the extraordinary Songs For Our Planet. Inspired by the Global Youth Climate Strikes, this unique concert brings together young Tasmanian singers, songwriters and musicians to have their say on the climate crisis through music and song.Photo: Simon Wood

60 MIN | $25/$15[Bookings through Theatre North website: theatrenorth.com.au]

PRINCE’S SQUARE

SUN 5 2:30PM

END OF SMITH’S LANE, 93 YORK ST

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM 6PM-10PM

Mudlark Theatre Co.It’s Christmas Eve and George is trying to close up when a wave of unlikely visitors begin to arrive at the store, including a newborn baby! Performed by Mudlark Theatre, Jingled is a farcical new age nativity story sharing Christmas miracles and humanity with some well-placed laughs and lessons along the way.75 MIN | $35/$20

Jingled

IO PerformanceMulti-award-winning company IO Performance brings you this imaginative dark comedy written by Anne Washburn. Propelling us forward nearly a century, we follow a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theatre, Mr Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another. 90 MIN | $35/$27

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play

CHECK JUNCTION WEBSITE FOR VENUE

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

6:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 2PM + 6:30PM

12PM

ELIZABETH ST CARPARK

WED 1 THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4

8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Northern Children’s NetworkJoin artists Mimi Digney and Alysha Dansie as they create feathers to dress a fi ve foot wedge tail eagle sculpture. The whole family can join in and help create a colourful plumage from a variety of recycled materials. Become a wedgeling and raise awareness for the native endangered species.DROP IN / OUT | FREE

Birds of a Feather

PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5

5PM-8PM 5PM-8PM 10AM-8PM 10AM-5PM

LITTLE DEVIL, PRINCE’S SQUARE

THU 2 7PM

FRI 3 7PM

SAT 4 7PM

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PRINCESS THEATRE

FRI 3 7:30PM

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P R E S E N T E D BY J U N C T I O N A R T S F E S T I VA L I N AS S O C I AT I O N W I T H T H E AT R E N O R T H

BY S T E P H A N I E B R I A RWO O D

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Samantha Hammersley + Ben AustinSisters Akousmatica Paul Murphy + Alex Davern

Welcome to Junction!This year we celebrate a 10 year history of commissioning, producing and presenting Tasmanian art, performance + music in Launceston. It’s been an amazing journey of performances on motorbikes, boats and in car washes, backyards and the streets of Launceston. This year we continue that wonderful tradition with a program of all new and amazing work by Tasmanian artists and the community, and look forward to the next ten years! This is your mini-guide to the festival. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to junctionarts.com.au.Enjoy the festival!

Junction acknowledges the palawa people as the original owners of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Welcome ARTLANDS delegates!Arts delegates from all over Australia will converge on Launceston for the Artlands Regional Arts Conference. Regional Arts Australia is partnering with Junction Arts Festival to present the event, which will be held during Junction’s 10th anniversary festival. Junction was born out of the last Artlands conference in Launceston and the conference will celebrate the legacy, success and longevity of Junction.

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ARTLANDS 2021

Junction 2021 is a COVID safe event.

In palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, with thanks to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

We want everyone to enjoy themselves, and our top priority is keeping our community safe.Attendees are required to use the Check In TAS app when they enter all festival venues.Please download the app on your phone before you attend and stay home if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.Contact us at [emailprotected] for ticket refunds.

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