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I’ve always been a big fan of our ever growing cultural scene, and this years Riverfire showed me just how amazing our city is. Last Saturday, while most of Brisbane where out-and-about, one of the most exciting bands out there filled the small, but intimate, space of the Valley’s iconic Tivoli Theatre with their sensual electro-rock beats. Yes, of course I’m talking about Bombay Bicycle Club.
If you haven’t already checked out what’s going down at South Bank for the Brisbane Festival this year, then don’t fret, because there is still time to see the remaining free acts at this years Santos GLNG Twilight Music Series.
A new and exciting series of free live music performances has turned the grassy green of the River Quay into a music festival that will showcase some of Brisbane’s most up-and-coming musicians.
10 years ago, Brisbane’s city streets where untouched, hardly filled with art. That all changed when public spaces became available for artists to dabble and play with following street art revival all over the world.
Today these streets are threatened by a lack of public space, perhaps due to the privatisation of many public spaces and the city councilâ€™s mission to paint over pieces of art.Â So it begs the question, does Brisbane have a problem with graffiti?
The Oxford dictionary defines a creative person as being in the production of artistic work. If you are the artist, architect, designer, philosopher, magician,Â sleuth, or adventurer, then you are the new creative.
The deadline for the Queensland University of Technologyâ€™s annual Creative3 PitchÂ is this August and it could be your chance to propose an innovative creative business idea to invited investors including Australiaâ€™s only dedicated Creative Enterprise Fund.
MKO is creating music and more in a bold, individual way.
Lovely open-brick walls were beautifully decorated by art pieces created by Brisbaneâ€™s local talent at Creative Drinksâ€™ first networking event of the year, held together with the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce.