Here’s Your Last Chance To See Stunning Public Art Installations In Northshore Hamilton

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The 2021 Brisbane Festival is about to end in a few days, but there’s still a few more fun activities you must not miss if you haven’t already been, such as the free light-themed art installations, Airship Orchestra and Sky Castle in Northshore Hamilton.


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Airship Orchestra


Photo credit: Eness

Take a sunset cruise on Brisbane’s Art Boat to see the Airship Orchestra on 25 September 2021. This interactive installation is composed of 16 inflatable characters, to immerse audiences in a glowing world where you can experience the Brisbane River in a new light. 

Created by art and technology company Eness, this installation produces notes playing real-time with the sound evolving as you interact with the characters. 

Photo credit: Eness

Aside from the Airship Orchestra, Brisbane’s Art Boat also features a lively bar, live performances, and an evening soundscape by Tribal Experiences Managing Director and Yuggera and Turrbal man, Shannon Ruska. To book your cruise, visit Brisbane Festival’s website.

Sky Castle

Photo credit: Eness

This free-to-visit interactive installation is a magical dreamscape of inflatable arches, with ethereal symphonic work that changes colour as visitors move through its luminous arches. Also a great work of Eness, this installation’s light and music have been specially orchestrated to inspire joy and hope in people as they flow in and out.

Photo credit: Eness

“As more people join the journey, the contemporary score crescendos in intensity creating a lush, orchestral piece that is different every night as it responds to crowd flow and fluctuations,” said Eness.  

Sky Castle will be open for viewing from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. until 25 Sept. 

Stay COVID safe when attending the event by maintaining social distancing, checking in with the QLD app, and wearing a mask.