Open Studio: Grey Hand Press

Grey Hand Press is a printmaking studio providing contract printing and publishing options for local and international artists. Their mission is to make printmaking an accessible medium for artists and to provide fine art print education to printmakers of all ages. During BAD 2021, Grey Hand Press will open its pressroom to visitors with live […]

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Open Studio: Ghost Ship Studio

Take a turn through Michael Eather’s enviable body of work in a rare open studio that invites you to meet the artist and see his most recent works up close. Featuring a combination of works on paper, paintings and installations, don’t miss out on your chance to see the multidisciplinary artist and gallerist owner in […]

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Open Studio: Mandy Quadrio

Take a stroll down to Griffith University Art Museum’s Hope Street Studio and meet artist in residence, Mandy Quadrio. A proud Talawa woman with strong connections to her ancestral countries of Tebrakunna, Coastal Plains Nation, Mandy’s work strives to generate meaningful social dialogues against the background of disputed Australian histories. With a body of work […]

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Open Studio: Dead Puppet Society HQ

Using their house style, which combines digital design processes with old school craftsmanship, their fabricators will be creating a myriad of aquatic creatures for an upcoming project. While you’re there, check out the DPS Collection – original sculptures from the exclusive range of handcrafted curiosities inspired by the natural world and fashioned from semi-precious metals. […]

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Open Studio: Colab 4010

Leading the charge in collaborative working spaces in Brisbane, Colab 4010 is home to a myriad of creatives and collaborators. This BAD 2021, the team behind the co-working space are inviting you to become part of their tribe with an open studio, film screening by Kiosk Films and a photographic exhibition by David Chatfield. Make […]

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Come Upstairs: BiB’N’Brace Open Studios

Located in Teneriffe, BiB’N’Brace Collective’s multi-faceted industrial art space serves as an accessible workshop, studio and exhibition space for local artists. Now, the collective downing their tools and lifting the lid on their warehouse with an exclusive open studio for BAD 2021. Take a peek behind the scenes of one of Brisbane’s most intriguing private […]

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Open Garden + Studio: Pedder Street Collective

Brimming with colour and light, Pedder Street Collective will be putting its best foot forward with an open invitation to explore its beautiful array of makers and creators. Like a beautiful unpolished jewel, this semi-industrial creative hub is home to some of Brisbane’s greatest treasures, including leather workers Blue & Grae, boutique wood carver Carol […]

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Yarned and Dangerous

Taking on big mining companies one loop at a time, the Knitting Nanna’s Against Gas knit, educate and protest against environmental destruction, crafting hats, scarfs, flags and a better future for Australia’s children. The Knitting Nanna’s draw on a broad history of knitting as a tool for non-violent political activism, commonly referred to today as […]

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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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