What’s On


WHEN : 20th - 25th February
WHERE : Percolator Gallery

United by a passion for painting, twelve artists respond to the exhibition theme, Green, according to their own personal style and ...

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Queer College of Art + SOSO

WHEN : 14th February - 7th March
WHERE : Online

S0S0 ♡ QueerCollegeOfArt A collaborative collection of essays on artistic intersections with queer culture + tech + futurism + intersectional feminism + ...

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BrisAsia Festival

WHEN : 10th February - 4th March
WHERE : Brisbane City

BrisAsia Festival showcases traditional and contemporary Asian arts and cultural events. Now in its sixth year, the festival is held over ...

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Alphabet Soup

WHEN : 23rd February, 6:00 - 10:30pm
WHERE : The Culprit Club

The Culprit Club is excited to announce our first exhibition of 2018, ‘ALPHABET SOUP’. This highly anticipated A-Z art show will ...

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Quick-fire Ecstasy

WHEN : 20th February, 12:00 - 1:00pm
WHERE : UQ Art Museum

Join UQ Art Museum for quick-fire talks about ecstasy and catch our ‘Ecstasy: Baroque and Beyond’ exhibition in its final days. Be ...

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Dana Lawrie: Grasp The Nettle

WHEN : 21st February - 10th March
WHERE : Metro Arts

Utilising handmade dyes and pigments from natural materials, Lawrie’s experimental and naïve works are a dialogue between permanence and impermanence, creating ...

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Director’s Choice

WHEN : 31st January - 29th March
WHERE : Mitchell Fine Art

Mitchell Fine Art launches its 2018 exhibition calendar with the annual group exhibition ‘Director’s Choice’. Curated from the gallery collection, Director Mike Mitchell ...

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All the World’s Memories

WHEN : 5th January - 24th February

‘All the World’s Memories’ brings together a collection of celebrated documentaries, film-essays and artist videos that present cinema as a repository ...

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Ecstasy: Baroque and Beyond

WHEN : 16th September – 25th February
WHERE : UQ Art Museum

Almost four centuries after its creation, Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s Ecstasy of Saint Teresa(1652) remains the supreme emblem of religious visionary experience and ...

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