Griffith University Art Museum Open Studio

Grab a drink and watch a selection of the most thought-provoking video works in the Griffith University Art Museum Collection, by artists Debra Beattie, Peter Callas, Jackie Farkas, Tracey Moffatt, Luke Roberts (aka Pope Alice), Geoffrey Weary and Judith Wright. […]

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Open Studio at Vacant Assembly

Vacant Assembly is an initiative that occupies an old industrial space that celebrates its history, while carefully and purposefully adding to its future. Vacant Assembly believes that everyone desires to connect with places outside of home and work that celebrate the exchange of knowledge, skills, experiences and joy. This enables us to dream much bigger […]

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Visible Ink Open Studio

Situated between office buildings, watering holes and hidden behind concrete slabs, Visible Ink is one of Brisbane’s most valued creative spaces for young people. For the first time, Visible Ink will be opening its doors to give everyone a chance to go behind the scenes and share in a sneak peek of what it means […]

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Open Studio of Brush and Wheel and Rose Jensen-Holm

To celebrate BAD 2019, artists Rose Jensen-Holm and Laura Pascoe of Brush and Wheel will be selling a selection of their beautiful ceramics at Vacant Assembly, a collective of artists studios and a gallery space in West End. On the day, Rose and Laura will conduct demonstrations to explain their process, techniques and inspirations. The […]

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UAP (Urban Art Projects) Open Studio and Workshop

See the inner-workings of UAP (Urban Art Projects), a global company that collaborates with artists, architects, designers and developers, at this exclusive open studio event. Come along to the workshop to understand the different techniques of manufacturing, from traditional processes to advanced manufacturing, plus get a behind-the-scenes look at UAP’s latest projects. The evening will […]

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UQ Robotics Open Studio

The University of Queensland Robotics team invites visitors to experience a demonstration of the RoboBlox robotic fabrication. Robotic-carved foam blocks, known as RoboBlox, are created out of polystyrene by a robot, using a hot wire-cutter. This demo addresses the current trends in automation and data exchange, through manufacturing technologies commonly referred to as the fourth […]

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Queensland College of Art Open Studio

The Queensland College of Art (QCA) at Griffith University invites the public to experience the South Bank campus and meet a wide range of student artists during two open studio days. Some of the artforms featured during these events include contemporary Australian Indigenous art, painting, drawing, jewellery and small objects, expanded practice, sculpture, printmaking, photographic […]

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Metro Arts Open Studio

Explore a creative oasis in the heart of Brisbane city, as the studio artists at Metro Arts open their doors for this exclusive open studio event. Meet visual artists, jewellery makers, sound designers, architects, ceramicists and more. Metro Arts Open Studio is held on Level 3/109 Edward Street, Brisbane City. Please note access to Level […]

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Mast Furniture Showroom

DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Join the owners of Mast Furniture in their new showroom for an informal talk about what it’s like to design and make furniture in Australia. Plus, get an insight into how the business started, what traditional techniques and design and […]

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Luxxbox + Makers Take

Luxxbox + Makers Take brings together the local art and design community for a one-night-only exhibition and street party. Exploring the work of established and emerging product designers from across Brisbane, the event combines a curated furniture product showcase, design studio demonstrations, and live entertainment, creating an environment to support, nurture and inspire the creative […]

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Museum of Brisbane has received financial assistance from the Queensland Government through the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments.