brisbane art Archives - The Creative Issue - News for Creatives
A non-fiction storytelling night unlike any other. An emotional rollercoaster of an evening experimenting with the human experience.
This July, globally-celebrated public art phenomenon Play Me, I’m Yours is coming to Brisbane as part of the 2019 Queensland Music Festival.
Carindale Connect and B4C are on the look out for artists for their up and coming Sustainability and the Natural Environment exhibition inspired by raising awareness for the Sustainability Centre at Carindale.
Read on to find out how you can apply.
Brisbane’s Underground Productions is proud to showcaseÂ their newest production, Adding Machine: A Musical.Â
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?
Ever thought about how you could lead a design project into fruition and wondered how others do it?Â Then maybe you need some extra inspiration and tips to make those creative ideas flourish.
Brisbane will be holding another installment of the Sex, Drugs and HelveticaÂ conference, and much to its names dismay, the conference is serious about tackling all those queries that tickle us and begs to ask the big question- how do we make it in the creative business?
Autistic, artistic: apparently their sounding similar is no coincidence.
April is Autism Awareness Month, and Art from the Margins (AFTM),Â an initiative of Wesley Mission Brisbane in Chermside, isÂ showcasing the work of several local artists living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).