Hoisted: Inkahoots

Hoisted is an interactive projected artwork by Inkahoots celebrating sovereignty for the natural world. Go to the web-app (hoisted.net.au) and create a giant animated flag for your favourite local species of flora or fauna, to be projected live onto the side of QPAC. Presented by Inkahoots in association with Museum of Brisbane. BAD is an […]

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Moths: Lesley Kendall

Normally a paper artist, Lesley Kendall felt compelled to use clay to express the significant beauty and transitory nature of living creatures for her exhibition Moths With meticulous attention to detail, Kendall has delicately hand-crafted over 300 life sized porcelain moths. Each of these tiny, white-winged insects is unique and extraordinary in its detail. The […]

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Botanica: Contemporary Art Outside

Discover a stunning open-air art exhibition in the heart of Brisbane City at Botanica- Contemporary Art Outside. As the sun sets over Brisbane’s iconic urban skyline, Brisbane’s City Botanic Gardens come to life with large-scale projections, surprising installations and interactive artworks that will captivate children and adults alike. Featuring new artworks from some of Australia’s […]

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UpLate: Hot’n’Heinous by Visaya Hoffie

Hot’n’Heinous can refer to many things, including the experience of the worst days of a typical Brisbane summer, and the characters create a portal into the imaginary world of the artist. With one-line grabs from clickbait advertising, sweetly sinister characters from bootleg cartoon imagery, and painterly passages of descriptive familiarity, Visaya’s imagery often seems like […]

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Hot’n’Heinous: Visaya Hoffie

Hot’n’Heinous can refer to many things, including the experience of the worst days of a typical Brisbane summer, and the characters create a portal into the imaginary world of the artist. With one-line grabs from clickbait advertising, sweetly sinister characters from bootleg cartoon imagery, and painterly passages of descriptive familiarity, Visaya’s imagery often seems like […]

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Infinite Space: Sandra Selig + Primitive Motion

Infinite Space is a site-specific installation and live performance work that draws on the architecture and atmosphere of the heritage-listed St Patrick’s Church in Fortitude Valley. Sandra Selig creates artwork that reveals the systems at the edge of our perception. Her work highlights our bodily relationship with space and the interconnectedness of natural and human-made […]

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CTRL ALT DEL presents SHIFT

CTRL ALT DEL creates a space of cross solidarity between diverse intersections of cultures and communities. We activate exhibition space through cultural ceremony, song, dance and spoken word. CTRL ALT DEL offers artists a network to connect, meet like minded creatives and form potential collaborations. The exhibition plays an important role in helping bridge community […]

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UpLate: Mayne Line

Mayne Line presents UpLate, a Sunday evening to unwind with a beverage and be immersed in creative culture. CTRL ALT DEL exhibition will open from 4pm-8pm, showcasing multidisciplinary works from artists identifying as First Nations, Pasifika, culturally and linguistically diverse. Live music will play throughout the evening alongside with the continuation of the live mural […]

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BAD Block Party

Presented by Blaklash, the party will kick off with an afternoon of markets from local First Nations makers including Rachael Sarra and Magpie Goose. Then take a behind the scenes tour of the laneway’s impressive collection of public artworks before returning to Town Square to sip cocktails amongst the lush greenery of Town Square. Stick […]

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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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