Swindon Paint Fest, established in 2022, is set to return this September to make a splash on the town. After a successful first year, the organisers are working tirelessly to make this year’s Paint Fest, bigger and better.

With a few collaborators already confirmed, Swindon Hub and Rudi’s Bar first to make the list, the team at Swindon Paint Fest is looking for more Swindon-based businesses to join as Sponsors.

The Festival aims to enhance the quality of life for communities in and around the town as well as increase footfall in Swindon to boost local businesses. Artworks created last October were admired by many, attracting a lot of attention from the wider communities in Wiltshire and beyond. Passers-by shared their favourite murals on social media, creating a real buzz around Swindon. In addition to the creation of street art around the town, there will be a variety of workshops, art markets, exhibitions, live painting, music and performances.

With over 50 artists contributing to the 2023 Paint Fest in many different locations, this event is a great opportunity for muralists and street artists to showcase their talent and express themselves whilst creating beautiful artwork for everyone to enjoy.

Becoming a sponsor of Swindon Paint Fest will help provide essential equipment and supplies such as print collaterals, materials and preparing walls. Businesses supporting the Festival will receive added benefits such as promotion for their business during the events and will be given tickets to attend the Launch of Swindon Paint Fest.

The festival would also benefit from public donations to their Go Fund Me page which would help with all aspects of the festival and ensure this event is a success for Swindon and its communities.

Artists and locations are being confirmed over the next few weeks.

Helen Salter, Organiser and Co-Founder of Swindon Paint Fest said:

“The high calibre and sheer talent of applicants we have received for this year’s Swindon Paint Fest is off the scale! Thank you to everyone who continues to support this event in so many ways.”

For more information about becoming a sponsor, click here or contact the organisers via email at swindonpaintfest@gmail.com

To make a public donation, visit www.gofundme.com/f/swindon-paint-fest-2023

Artwork by Martin Travers

Artworks by Dayna Baxter (left) and Doodle Crease of Artsite (middle)

Artwork in progress by Harrie Dearing

Author: wilts-bulldog

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