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 BAD Block 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 […]

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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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Location, Location, Location

The exhibition Location, location, location features a selection of Queensland-based artists, who will project their work onto the facade of the Judith Wright Arts Centre (JWAC). The exhibition aims to challenge the persisting discourse of the metropolis as a place of central “positionality”. By harnessing the immovable concrete structure of the JWAC façade, artists were […]

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Speaking Up: Responding to On Earth

Experience creative thinkers and artists sharing new ideas and perspectives on the current opportunities and challenges facing us and our environment. Held in conjunction with the exhibition On Earth showing at QUT Art Museum, presenters respond to exhibition themes in a short, sharp creative format of choice. On Earth traces conceptions of landscape and the […]

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BAD Stories of Failure at UAP

Failure and innovation go hand in hand. We need to embrace failure to create remarkable projects, innovate better and ultimately become more successful. Stories of Failure will be an unpretentious evening filled with candour, authenticity, honesty and openness. Join a handful of the city’s best creative thinkers like Keith Burt, Kevin O’Brien, Gail Sorronda, Daniel Tobin […]

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HYPERLOCAL: Indigenous Art Program

The Indigenous Art Program transforms Brisbane’s streets into an exhibition of Aboriginal artworks. The artworks use engaging places and spaces, including large-scale banners, vitrines, and projections, in Brisbane’s laneways. Recent events have changed our ability to travel and during 2020 there was a recognisable shift in our appreciation for community resources, homegrown produce, and locally […]

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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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