See What's on at Southbank, Queensland Museums, GOMA and QPAC this January on the Visit Brisbane website. Events include South Bank Parkland tours, art exhibition 'Air', musicals 'Hamilton' and 'Six', Lifeline Bookfest, adults-only Circus 'Blush', and Museum After Dark events. Information on dates, cost, venue and parking can be found on the Visit Brisbane website.
A trail of curated artworks and installations will pop up across South Bank and Brisbane's CBD during World Science Festival Brisbane 2023. Come and play where art and science meet. Curiocity Brisbane will feature artworks and creators from Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom. Curious about the full World Science Festival Brisbane 2023 program? We've let the #CuriocityCat out of the bag early but you'll have to wait for the full WSFB program announcement on Wednesday 1 February 2023.
Through five unfolding chapters – Atmosphere, Shared, Burn, Invisible and Change – the work of contemporary artists in ‘Air’ will inspire visitors to consider the global environmental and social challenges we face, including sustainability, equity and connectivity. Mona Hatoum’s neon-lit sculpture Hot Spot aptly describes our ecological crisis and Carlos Amorales’s swarm of black butterfly and moth silhouettes Black Cloud is a stark reminder of the fragility of life. New commissions in ‘Air’ include Jemima Wyman’s Plume 20, a vast, cloud of air created from a collage of images depicting protest...