The latest exhibitions that you have to see
Drumroll please for the greatest street art festival in Australia! The Brisbane Street Art Festival is back and celebrating its fourth year with
One of the most important functions of the arts is to help have society have those tough conversations – and to do it with style. If beautiful movement and societal commentary sound like a fun night out to you, then you should know about angel-monster; the newest dance installation from Phluxus2 Dance Collective. We sat down with artistic director Nerida Matthaei to find out more.
This June Queensland’s Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) will host the biennial Out of the Box Festival aimed at children eight years an under. Parents can expect five days of excellent theatre under the protective parapet of sunny South Bank’s Cultural Centre.
Curious Affection is big news. Patricia Piccinini has goaded controversy before.
As creatives, our work is an expression of ourselves; our thoughts and feelings become a part of a picture, a design, a song or dance. There is something extraordinary about Brisbaneâ€™s creatives, and nothing showcases these artistic individuals better than RAW.
Australian visual artist, Amanda Parer, challenges the notion of scale through her enchanting pieces that explore theÂ environment and the role of human beings in it. Amandaâ€™s work often takes form as a painting, a sculpture or a public installation.
Currently exhibiting Weaving Our Heritage in Eagle Lane as part of the BrisAsia Festival, VH Anthony Vue talks about how being a Hmong artist plays a major part in the changing landscape of Australian culture. The Hmong are a minority nomadic group from South East Asia.