Made Today Meet Up – Brisbane Illustrators and Comic Artists

Made Today is one of the State Library of Queensland’s creative meet ups, focusing on Brisbane artists, makers and digital creatives. We invite talented locals to talk about their arts practice and available resources in the Brisbane area, including the free Edge facilities. On 15 May The Edge will be focusing on Brisbane illustrators and […]

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LookDrawPrint Workshop: Julie Paterson

LookDrawPrint is a workshop that takes you through a step-by-step process of observing, drawing and creating a prototype textile design based on the printmaking techniques that Julie uses in her art and textile design practice. […]

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Draw Your Story Comic Workshop for Kids

In this interactive workshop, participants will learn the basics of drawing cartoon characters and physical appearance to reflect their personalities or feelings. This includes making characters move, designing frame and speech bubbles, and story progressions. Drawing materials will be supplied, however participants are also encouraged to bring their own journals. Workshop for children aged seven […]

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MIY: Make It Yourself workshop Liana Kabel

Learn how to craft your own resin jewellery pieces with jewellery designer Liana Kabel, as part of the Make It Yourself hands-on workshop series at the QAGOMA Store. Spaces are very limited. In this fun and creative workshop you will learn the basics to enable you to make your own resin jewellery or small hanging […]

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Mother’s Day: Screen Printing Sunday

Celebrate with the whole family this Mothers’ Day and make a BAD impression at the BRISBANE ART DESIGN graphic design screen-printing stand. To enjoy a free BAD logo screen-print, simply bring along your cotton-rich materials to the event. These include fabrics primarily made out of cotton, like T-shirts or totes. A limited range of textiles […]

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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.