Publish on 23 Jun 2022
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Media Release - 23 July 2022
Public art and entertainment will fill the Campbelltown CBD over the coming weeks as part of the new Arts On Q program from Saturday 25 June to Sunday 10 July.
Arts On Q kicks off with a special launch event this Saturday from 12pm to 9pm at Lithgow Street, featuring a DJ roving performance artists, glow street furniture, artist workshops, dessert vendors, food from local restaurants and more.
Two shopfronts will be transformed into vibrant art displays throughout the program while a range of free artist talks will be held for adults and kids to enjoy.
Arts On Q is funded by the NSW Government’s CBD Revitalisation Program.
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