The latest exhibitions that you have to see
The winner has been announced for The University of Queensland National Artistsâ€™ Self-Portrait Prize 2013, remix. post. connect.
Ever taken a selfie? Of course you have.
In truth, selfies have come so far over the last decade that even our parents understand what they are – and worse, they take them, too.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) is currently showcasing theatrical finished garments and costume designs from their heritage collection in the Tony Gould Gallery.
Brisbane born freelance illustrator, Kerrie Hess, reveals her collection of fashion illustrations at REDSEA Gallery for the first time in Brisbane.
At only 19, Jessie is one of the youngest artists participating inÂ Art on the FringeÂ next month, but that has not stopped her from producing some of the boldest art we will have on display. Inspired by the human condition and sexuality,Â it is clear that Jessie is going to make a splash in the Brisbane art scene.
What do The Starks, a ship called Serenity and Middle Earth all have in common? Not much apart from the fact that they will all be gloriously represented at Brisbaneâ€™s Supanova Pop Culture Expo 2013 this weekend.
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.