In 2022, you were able to take home a unique caricature portrait of yourself, get your groove on and dance like no ones watching, or relax on the comfy bean bags in the Chill Out Zone!
There were plenty of activities and entertainment for the little ones - face painting, bubble blowing and various interactive dance performances on our stages kept the kids entertained all afternoon!
Randwick Council Library brought their famous Spark Truck down to The Spot! Visit the truck for lots of free, fun activities for the little and the big - storytime, craft sessions and games were on the program!
Dunk the real estate agent!
Belle Property joined the festival this year with their own dunk tank! Any money raised went towards the local charity "Running for Premature Babies Foundation".
There was also a live art installation (Artcube) by LGBTQIA+ artists - postponed from our cancelled Mardi Gras event!
The artists painting live on the day were:
Pink Bit's artwork is inspired by and celebrates people and bodies in all their glory, illustrating the bits and shapes we’re both told & taught to hide.
Samuel Luke Beatty is an illustrator who uses graphic narratives to explore intimate realities of being transgender. He creates prints, artist books, and embroidery works, and currently lives and works in Sydney, on Bidjigal Land, NSW.
Oil painter and mural artist from Melbourne/Northern Beaches. Passionate about painting with compassion, activism and love. As I’m gearing up for my solo exhibition, I’m exploring a new colour palette that lights up the canvas, as expressed in my Mardi Gras mural!
I am a London born trained graphic designer and self taught artist living in Sydney. I only started using this colour palette in 2020, and it has become my signature style. I love creating artworks to bring colour and joy into peoples homes, and have plans to start creating bigger works this year.