Monthly Archives: September 2017

LOEWE Craft Prize


LOEWE Craft Prize 2nd edition – Submissions now open. The Prize for the winning entry is 50,000 euros, with international exhibition organised in ...

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Fashion illustration


  Learn the art of fashion illustration with Brisbane fashion illustrator, Penelope Bell. Aimed at beginners and upwards, this intensive 3 ...

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Boxcopy Call Out


Boxcopy is now accepting proposals for our 2018 program – closing this Sunday 15th October! Boxcopy is an artist-run organisation founded ...

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John Honeywill


I paint the quiet visual conversations between everyday objects; paintings that explore presence and stillness in the genre of the still life—a genre ...

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IMA Talk: Kitty Scott


Join us for an insightful afternoon with internationally renowned curator Kitty Scott, who has been invited to Australia by the IMA, ...

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Alone, Together


CLUTCH Collective in collaboration with People’s Pride BNE Presents: ‘Alone, Together’ – facilitated by Courtney Coombs. ‘Alone, Together’ presents the writing practices ...

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Kiah Reading: Be Your Own Boss


Be Your Own Boss! presents an interruption to today’s economic environment (which subjects social behaviour to techno-linguistic governance) and asks the audience ...

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Water Stories


Water Stories, an international exhibition of images from 31-year-old intertnational photographic artist Mustafah Abdulaziz is coming to Brisbane. Water Stories has toured through Stockholm, London, Hong ...

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Alone, Together


CLUTCH Collective in collaboration with People’s Pride BNE Presents: ‘Alone, Together’  – facilitated by Courtney Coombs. ‘Alone, Together’ presents the writing ...

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Fran O’Neill: Next Move


Born in Wangaratta, Australia, Fran O’Neill lives and works  between Newcastle, Australia and Brooklyn, New York. O’Neill attended Monash University, Melbourne, ...

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Humans have spent thousands of years crafting and creating objects. From sharpened rocks to roman antiquities, our history and identity as ...

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