An online exhibition: 10 Years, 10 Stories
Sophie Blackshaw | On 24, Oct 2013
The Museum of Brisbane (MOB) is only ten years old this month, but since its opening it has successfully told the too-often forgotten stories of the people and places of Queensland’s capital city to over three million visitors.
For this reason, MOB, located at the top of the newly restored Brisbane City Hall on Adelaide Street, is celebrating their first decade with an online exhibition showcasing ten inspiring, Brisbane-based stories.
The stories were all discovered and brought to the fore by MOB over many years, hence making their role in Brisbane an important one, one that has effected the lives of all who have been to see exhibitions both now and in the past.
And the upcoming exhibit – which must be breaking some kind of record in terms of accessibility – will have a strong focus on the past – or history, as it’s better known.
To top it off, the museum itself invited audience members and artists to collaborate in the exhibition.
You can’t not go when it’s literally at your fingers.
What:Â 10 Years, 10 Stories by the Museum of Brisbane
Where:Â Online, duh
When:Â 25 October 2013 – 25 October 2014
Cost:Â What do you think? (Free!)