The Junction Arts Festival is over for another year. The organisers did a fantastic job again this year, and the shows and events were enjoyed by many locals and visitors to Launceston. If you missed our earlier articles, here’s a reminder…
- Alison Wilkes gave us advanced noticed of the Junction Arts Festival
and wrote about En Route, a theatrical walking tour of Launceston
- We had tickets to the Porcelain Punch Travelling Medicine Show
up for grabs in one of our recent giveaway opportunities
- Think Tasmania giveaway winner Kathryn Heathcote wrote a review
for us about her prize, and how laughter is the best medicine
Junction Arts Festival Photos by Dan Fellow
And now, as a final farewell to the Junction Arts Festival 2012, we’ve made a slideshow for the Think Tasmania YouTube Channel using photos taken by professional tourism photographer, Dan Fellow. An always dedicated member of the great team at Think Tasmania, Dan went along with his trusty camera and managed to capture the essence of the occasion.
Happy memories for those who did attend this year; and incentive for everyone else to note their diaries for next year’s Junction Arts Festival. Thanks Dan!
6 August 2013 ~ Here’s a prelude to Junction Arts Festival 2013.
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You can also purchase Desktop Tasmania, a multimedia CD
with a stunning collection of Tasmanian photos for $19-95.
If you’d like to discuss having Dan visit you so you can have your
event featured on our website, please contact Think Tasmania.
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