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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | May 24, 2019

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Exhibitions

The latest exhibitions that you have to see

The Brisbane Street Art Festival: The Greatest Year

April 24, 2019 |

Drumroll please for the greatest street art festival in Australia! The Brisbane Street Art Festival is back and celebrating its fourth year with Read More

Take A Dance With Nerida Matthaei

March 31, 2019 |

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.

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Strong Language: The F Word

March 9, 2019 |

The Print Bar brings some amazing women together for International Women’s Day for an exhibition that applauds the achievements of all women.

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The Immensity of Sky

November 6, 2018 |

Min-Woo Bang’s cloudscape paintings are both ethereal and mesmerising. Read More

Out of the Box Festival: Kid Culture Heaven

June 28, 2018 |

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.

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The Ugly Side of Art? Patricia Piccinini’s Curious Affection

April 18, 2018 |

Curious Affection is big news. Patricia Piccinini has goaded controversy before. Read More

Great Art for a Good Cause

July 14, 2017 |

The renown Archibald Prize is an annual prize in portraiture painting. While focused on portraiture, the style of painting is left to the artist’s discretion.

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Strangler

June 12, 2017 |

Strangler. The title alone hits you. To see it on the gallery walls is visceral. The churning movement and twisting material evokes the very experience of strangulation. The tie knots creep ever tighter and you can feel the stress levels … Read More

Bernard Ollis’ colourful interludes

May 19, 2017 |

Bernard Ollis’ latest exhibition Observations at Mitchell Fine Art Gallery follows his style of colourful mysterious worlds.

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Observations: An Interview with Bernard Ollis

May 17, 2017 |

Bernard Ollis is a prolific Australian artist with a career spanning decades. TCI has a chat with him about his latest exhibition at Mitchell Fine Art Gallery.

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INTERVIEW: UNCOVERING BRISBANE’S RAW TALENT WITH KRISTEN WEHLOW

September 8, 2016 |

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 Brisbane’s creatives, and nothing showcases these artistic individuals better than RAW.

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Amanda Parer’s ‘Fantastic Planet’

July 17, 2016 |

Australian visual artist, Amanda Parer, challenges the notion of scale through her enchanting pieces that explore the environment and the role of human beings in it. Amanda’s work often takes form as a painting, a sculpture or a public installation. Read More

The Culprit Club – Launching a New Generation

July 13, 2016 |

The new generation is here to reveal a collection of artwork you’ll not want to miss.

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Hmong artist tapes his culture across Brisbane’s walls

February 17, 2016 |

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.

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