Art + Music + Food + Markets

Supported by Noosa Locals

Join us in the Junction Laneway on the first Friday of each month for a cultural celebration of local art, music, food and markets.

As part of our special focus on local art we’ll be running a six part live interactive installation series, where established and emerging artists collaborate to create new works. Come and grab a bite, a drink, an earful of good vibrations and watch something fantastic emerge out of the ether.

Music

Showcasing local acts to promote great Australian talent and inspiration.

A French Butler Called Smith

If A FRENCH BUTLER CALLED SMITH had to sum up their mission statement in one word it would be DANCE and they’re willing to use any weapon in their artillery of musical genres to do it.

Whether its funk, latin, gypsy or anything in between make no mistake – you will be on your feet. These 5 gentlemen having been gallivanting across the country strutting their extremely unique and infectious sounds to ever-growing audiences, fast gaining a reputation for the best entertainment you can have with your clothes on.

Make no mistake – A French Butler called Smith is a force to be reckoned with and if you’re yet to experience it you better hurry up and get on board for some exhilarating and captivating sounds you won’t find anywhere else!

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Art

Featuring local artists from a range of disciplines in the creative arts industry calling the Sunshine Coast home. If you would like to get involved in one of our upcoming events contact one of our team members for more details.

Alison Mooney

As part of our special focus on local art we’ll be running a six part live interactive installation series, where established and emerging artists collaborate to create new works.

Yannii

Environmental sculpturist and mixed media artist, Yanni creativity explores emphasising messages through use of every day materials.

Get Involved!

We're looking for visual media artists for paid positions for these events. Check below to find out how to get involved.

 

Proudly supported by Noosa Council & the Regional Arts Development Fund

All our arists are paid for their time and effort and we'd like to thank all our participants as well Noosa Council and RADF who helped activate this program.

The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Noosa Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

Location

Get Involved

We have a range of paid and unpaid projects and initiatives you can get involved with. As a not-for-profit we also heavily rely on support from local business and the community

As an Artist

We have paid and unpaid commissions for art work to be completed for each event or loaned. Email us for more information.

As a Musician or Band

We are on the lookout for local acts to perform at each of our events. Get in contact with one of the team to find out more.

As a Film Producer

Each event we have a paid and unpaid positions to create visual assets. If you like to create an advert, short film or documentary we'd love to hear from you.

As a Stall Holder

If you're a retailer and you'd like to hold a stall at one or all our events we have limited spaces available. So get in quick for more information.

As a Local Business

If you're a local business to Noosa Junction and would like to hold your own event we have options to help promote and include it in our program. Email us for more informaiton.

As a Sponsor

As a Free Event, we rely heavily on sponsorship which greatly helps with the curation and running of First Fridays. If you're like to find our more about promoting your business to a local demographic get in contact.

Boring Wall?

Boring Walls is an initiative to connect wall owners with local artists. The project helps not only beautify unused wall spaces but also enables creative industries. Legally.

If you have a blank wall you'd like to donate to an artist drop us an email.

Love Film?

We're looking for visual artists to create short teaser trailer or short film for each event.

You'll be connected with our soon to be open collaboration media production studio to collaborate with other visual artists in film and digital media.

Watch our last production film from Informal Media