Monthly Archives: September 2014

Compulsion Loop


Continuing the weekender series is Compulsion Loop, featuring new installation based works by artists Chris Bennie, Marnie Edmiston and Madeleine Stack, curated ...

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The IMA Re-Launch


The Institute of Modern Art (IMA) and its recently appointed Directors, Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh, are delighted to announce the re-launch of its ...

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BARI Festival


Brisbane Artist Run Initiatives (BARI) Festival is about exchanging ideas, exploring arts practice and highlighting Brisbane’s creative spaces. BARI Festival 2014 celebrates ...

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Screen Daze


Poly Gone Cowboy invites you, this Friday evening,  to the opening of ‘Screen Daze‘, a group exhibition of new screenprints by ...

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Rob Andrews: Residual Risk


Within this exhibition Robert Andrew investigates the combination of contrasting natural and technology-based materials, to highlight the contradictions that exist within ...

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Out. Back.


An exhibition of images from the 2014 Vast Arts Photography Competition. With a new name and renewed focus on regional photographers, ...

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John Aslanidis


Inviting us to intertwine our rational side with our intuition, John Aslanidis’ elegant chromatic paintings offer a vision firmly grounded in ...

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Landscape painting has a long and illustrious history in Australian art, however few artists have tackled the subject in such a ...

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Andy Harwood: Emerald


‘Emerald’, a solo exhibition of new works by Brisbane based artist, Andy Harwood. Harwood has retreated into a mathematical labyrinth of warped ...

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NAVA Connect


NAVA Connect offers artists five online courses to enhance their professional expertise and skills in areas ranging from grant writing, managing ...

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Creative Sparks Program


The Creative Sparks Program is a joint initiative of Brisbane City Council and Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. The grant program aims ...

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Luke Maninov


Luke Maninov is an imaging neuroscientist and artist living in Brisbane, Australia. His designs are heavily influenced by natural forms and his ...

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Liquid Architecture


Liquid Architecture is an Australian organisation for events, exhibitions, performances and situations of the world’s leading artists working with sound. Once a ...

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Vipoo Srivilasa: EQUILIBRIUM


The inhabitants of Vipoo Srivilasa’s enigmatic porcelain kingdom have much to tell us. As contemporary figurines they communicate through gesture, pattern, ...

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