Kellie O’Dempsey Outside the Lines

Immerse yourself in a haven of colour, light and sound, as performance and installation artist Kellie O’Dempsey places audiences right in the middle of her artwork, which fuses digital drawing, performance, animated video projection and sound. For BAD 2019, Kellie will perform new work in collaboration with sound designer Michael Dick and performers Saara Rappola […]

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The Print Bar: Artist Takeover

Want to take home your own wearable piece of street art? Enjoy an evening of music and beverages, and watch artworks from the Brisbane Street Art Festival get screen-printed onto T-shirts, available to buy. The Print Bar is a custom-printing company that specialises in digital garment printing, screen printing, embroidery and vinyl printing. As a […]

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BSAF Rooftop Closing Party

Watch the sun go down from Toombul Shopping Centre’s rooftop car park, as the artists and organisers of Brisbane Street Art Festival wrap up another year of invigorating street art. Featuring musical performances, live painting and more, the closing party also offers a chance to reflect on 2019 event highlights, with many of them taking […]

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Dave Hullfish Bailey + Sam Watson’s Maiwar Performance

The CityCat Project is an ongoing collaboration between Sam Watson, a Brisbane-based Aboriginal writer and activist, and Los Angeles artist Dave Hullfish Bailey. The project revolves around the ‘Maiwar Performance’, in which CityCat ferries cross the Brisbane River, or Maiwar, to execute unannounced manoeuvres. These actions occur near a site of significance to the Aboriginal […]

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Zoe Porter, Sea Oddities

The laneway adjacent to Onespace Gallery will be transformed into an immersive, surreal and otherworldly space as part of this year’s BAD Festival. This everyday site will become a strange, chaotic, playful and interactive space merging live painting, installation, costume, soft-sculptural appendages, video, physical performance and live sound. Sea Oddities is a collaborative performance work […]

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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.