Exhibition: The Glassery

The Glassery is a co-operative collective of artists who work with glass. Our wide range of unique skills and expertise includes hot and cold glass working. Members of the collective are represented both nationally and internationally including at the National Gallery Australia Collection and National Glass Collection in Wagga Wagga, in the UK, New Zealand […]

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Sweat on the Dancefloor

For most, a Shandy is a cool drink: half beer and half lemonade. However, in Brisbane (Meanjin), this humble beverage has come to mean something entirely different for its queer community.  Shandy – Queer Dance Party is a regular Meanjin-based event, continuing the noble tradition of queer parties; committed to creating a space for queer […]

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Bridging The In-Between: Torin Francis

Presented as a part of BAD STUDIO CITY, Bridging the In-Between explores the intersections of meteorology, technology and spatio-temporal experience. Comprised of the works Yaw and Way, this show encourages audiences to reconsider the impact of climate and the role of technology within the discussion of these themes. Both works play with structures of space […]

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Co-existing Pollinators: Lillian Whitaker

Co-existing Pollinators (2020-2021) is an exhibition by Lillian Whitaker that explores the collaborative relationship between humans and bees. The work includes an observational beehive, cocktail, beeswax sculptures, and video and sound installation. This show celebrates the ecological importance of honeybees and our dependence on them as humans.  Join us for the first week of BAD […]

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As We Stand: Kyra Mancktelow

As We Stand is a capsule exhibition series installed in the Outer Space Window Gallery, showcasing six local early-career artists; Kyra Mancktelow, Paula de la Rua Cordoba, Dylan Mooney, Ruaa Al-Rikabi, Amy Sargent and Lucy Nguyen-Hunt who each use their practice to take a stand on current socio-cultural issues through prophesying courses of action. Responding to […]

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All of my friends are (leaving) returning to Brisbane

All my friends are (leaving) returning to Brisbane considers this current moment, where, after many years of friends moving away, we are starting to see a return of the Brisbane exodus. The title of the exhibition references the indie rom-com ‘All my friends are (leaving) returning to Brisbane, 2007′, which was directed by Louise Alston […]

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Location, Location, Location

The exhibition Location, location, location features a selection of Queensland-based artists, who will project their work onto the facade of the Judith Wright Arts Centre (JWAC). The exhibition aims to challenge the persisting discourse of the metropolis as a place of central “positionality”. By harnessing the immovable concrete structure of the JWAC façade, artists were […]

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Sunday Drawing Club Issue #2 Launch

You’re invited to the launch of Issue #2 of Sunday Drawing Club. Featuring a number of Brisbane’s finest emerging artists, whose practice ranges from traditional representational art to surreal absurd experiments, discover what the next generation have to say at this one night only launch event. Hosted by Neighbourhood Coffee, the event will feature a […]

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UpLate: Material Directives

From 6-9pm Friday 28 May, Gladstone Rd Studios will remain open until late for visitors to check out the exhibition and meet the artists, designers and curator over a bevvy or two. Over the past 6 months, artists Jordan Azcune and Kirralee Robinson have been collaborating with local design studio, Five Mile Radius on new […]

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Gardens of Babylon

Strange flowers are blooming at BiB’N’Brace Collective in an emotive group exhibition, Gardens of Babylon. Featuring a hot house collection of contemporary painters and sculptors, come and take a walk through a wild variety of works that draw on the botanical world for inspiration. Featuring works from David Henderson, Fintan Magee, Jane Grealy, Paula de […]

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