Play Me, I'm Yours
Queensland Music Festival
Part of an internationally touring artwork devised by British artist Luke Jerram. Artwork by: Geetha Anil, Sam Bunda, Sam Cranstoun, Suzanne Dang, Kate Den Otter, Mimsy Gleeson, Kate Jefferay, Bec Lewis, Eric Lin, Sue Loveday, Karri McPherson, Phoebe Paradise, David Spooner, Murdoch Stafford, Niqui Toldi
Join us on a musical treasure hunt in our sparkling city.
From South Bank to Shorncliffe, 20 brilliantly painted street pianos are hidden all over Brisbane for you to discover.
Part of an internationally touring artwork devised by British artist Luke Jerram.
Queensland Music Festival invites you on a musical treasure hunt in our sparkling city.
Using the Play Me, I’m Yours interactive map, explore Brisbane to find each beautiful piano, tinker on their keys and discover the wonder of the city’s surrounding landscape and community.
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Touring internationally since 2008, the artwork has reached millions of people worldwide, with more than 1,900 street pianos installed in over 60 cities across the globe, from Tokyo to New York, bearing the simple instruction to ‘Play Me, I’m Yours’.
The 20 pianos involved in this music event have been carefully arted, transforming them to suit their chosen place. Discover these incredible visual artists and check out their latest work in our blog post here.
Special thanks to South City Square for providing our studio home during the preparation of this project!
This project would not have been possible without the generous support of our piano donors: Heidi, Kate, Taryn, Danni, Warrick, Stephen, Kathleen, Guy, Joshua, Nicole, Tamara, Elaine, Mary, Susan, Emma and David. Special thanks also to Access Arts, Queensland Children’s Hospital, Inala Wangarra, Brisbane Malayalee Association, Yeronga State High School and The Good Food Project and all the artists who brought our street pianos to life.
Dates & Locations
Tuesday 2 July 2019 | from 8am - 2pm
Come see all 20 pianos in Reddacliff Place
266 George Street, Brisbane City
5-28 July 2019 | from 7am - 10pm
The Festival is now over but some pianos are still available for you to play and enjoy!
Brookside Shopping Centre, Brookside
Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane City
Northey Street City Farm, Windsor
PA Hospital, Woolloongabba
Queensland Children's Hospital, South Brisbane
Queensland Music Festival Headquarters, Fortitude Valley
Seven Hills Hub, Seven Hills
South City Square, Woolloongabba
Sunnybank Plaza, Sunnybank