Visual and Dramatic Delights
AKASHA is a mystical neo-noir cabaret that will capture, inspire, and ignite your imagination.
Bee Scheuermeier is a self taught visual artist, originating from Brisbane. Having never studied art traditionally Bee's biggest teachers are her travels, experiences and lots of practice.
The release of Boss Moxi’s debut Graphic novel approaches. 129 pages of original art by the band’s frontman Brayden Doig nears release so the group looks different themed installations to promote the story and all the characters.
Chelsea Lomandra Brisbane artist who experiments with all kinds of mixed media techniques. She create her works with layers of different media from bold splashes of colour to delicate line work and painterly watercolour. Celebrating being part of a world where stimulus is everywhere.
Creatures of Malice
Creatures of Malice are your cuddly pals who are fun to be with! These mutant plush toys are taking over a wall, and they just want to hug you!
Drule is a mural artist from Brisbane. He runs a successful mural company where he designs and paints anything from kids rooms to large scale public and private murals.
My name is Dylan Mooney, I am a Yuibera man from Mackay, Central Queensland and I am Torres Strait Islander from Waiben Island. My practices include painting, drawing – inspired by our history and culture.
The brain child between award-winning author Oliver Mol and celebrated musician Liam Ebbs, Evenings pairs atmospheric, deep house and ambient soundscapes with storytelling, blurring the line between band, spoken word and performance.
Gumalab focuses on bringing back the knowledge that has been lost over time and helping to heal this reality full of meaningless and disconnection with the main source of all creation.
Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tours are coming to Jungle Love this year after returning from a sold-out season at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
HAM (Jackson Hambridge) is a Brisbane based artist who often paints political satire with a heavy dosing of the macabre
The history of slacklines goes back to the year 260 BC in Asia but this performance will bring it to perfection.
Event and athletes are ambassadors for the still relatively unknown sport of slacklining, which in its core consists of body-feeling, balance and fun.
Imogene Peach is a Brisbane based artist with a soft heart and a brain on fire. Their work uses playful colours and a youthful illustrative style to explore the connected themes of body positivity, environmentalism, gender identity and mental health.
Jungle Love ME!
Do you have trouble talking to strangers? Do you keep picking people that end up not being compatible? Do you ever wonder if your shallow choices are what is leading your love life astray? From the creators of Sanctuary of Seduction and Kangaroo Court we present Jungle Love ME!
Kane Brunjes is a Ungari man from Murgon. He is an artist whose practice spans both public and gallery realms. He currently studies Visual Arts at the Queensland University of Technology.
PrimeOrdial has studied the art of Kinbaku under 18 different rope masters, including Kazami Ranki, Hajime Kinoko, Nawashi Kanna, & Osada Steve.
Kitt Murray is a multi-medium artist who uses mass amounts of color and distortion to create fun, abstract and mildly disturbing art works.
Leah draws inspiration from the clean lines usually reserved for vector art, which is what she spends most of her time doing at her home studio in Brisbane. She enjoys the challenge of trying to re-create a digital image by hand.
LEF provides their work based on people, nature, and all the juicy influences around them. Channeling a unique sense of colour and character portrayal in works that explore self expression, positivity and street steez.
Lisa Kelly is a multidisciplinary Vietnamese/Australian artist from Brisbane with a background in Psychology. Her artistic practise gravitates towards themes of nature and humanity and attempt to discuss the intersection of art, mental health and recovery.
Luminescence is a live music installation that invites you to journey into a forest of string musicians and be immersed in light and sound.
Mr Mupz is an artist whose practice spans murals, street art and illustration. Painting for the last 15 years, he has produced and exhibited a vast array of artworks – from walls to galleries – around Australia and overseas.
I like to combine the violent with the tranquil, the cute with the creepy and the beautiful with the offputting. You see this in my art and how I carry myself, the jarring nature of opposites intertwined is something I find fascinating.
Nicky is an emerging South Australian artist specialising in murals and interactive art installations.
Brisbane based graphic designer, illustrator, peacemaker, mind melter.
Oliver Howes aims to produce artworks visually equivalent to eating origami or hearing an omelette cry. Moonlights as a structural engineer.
The Rap Olympics is a competition style on-stage rap off, where the performers must compete in rousing freestyle battles. The tradition of Rap Olympics started in 1993 at became famous with the rap god himself, Eminem in 1997.
They're back! A staple at every Jungle Love to date, and one of the loudest and weirdest events, RUCKUS SLAM are here to show you a good time. But what is Ruckus Slam you ask? It's a poetry slam, a kind of open mic, where you dear festival goer, get your 2 mins of fame.
Shani Finch is a Brisbane based artist, using art as a platform to commentate on the society around her. Her artistic platforms range from painting, drawing, mural work, paste ups, print and digital art.
Steve Szell is a Graduate Interior Designer and Graduate of Architecture with work ranging across the fields of design, visual art, installation art, music and academia.
Taiko - Japanese Drumming
The Japanese characters for “Taiko” literally translate to “big fat drums,” and it is a traditional form of music and art that has been an important part of Japanese culture for over 1000 years.
The Children's Monologues by Digi Youth Arts
The Children's Monologues is a collection of readings and performances bringing the voices of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from Cape York Peninsula to the land of Jungle Love.
The Vixen Ropes
The term “shibari” (which means “decoratively tie”) originated in Japan in the nineties off the back of “kinbaku” (or “tight binding”), which is an artistic derivative of Hojōjutsu; the traditional martial art of binding.
Thomaseana Clarice is a Brisbane-based visual and performance artist influenced by nature and the world of dreams.
Village of Thunder
The Village of Thunder intertwines dance and body installation with immersive sound as well as an atmospheric landscape. Raw and ambient sound propels the body into a state of poetic rupture and transmutation.
Stories can break down barriers, gain a greater understanding of our neighbours and change hearts and minds. This value belongs to Yarn Storytelling, which was founded in 2012 and features true and live stories, without notes.