Collusion creates new arts experiences with funding from Arts Queensland.
Queensland’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists are garnering national and international acclaim with a series of successes in 2016.
Queensland Museum scientist Dr Barbara Baehr has paid tribute to one of the world’s most iconic dancers, Li Cunxin, by naming a new species of peacock spider in his honour.
Brisbane Festival 2016 (3 - 24 September) puts the focus on YOU with three weeks of participatory shows and engaging events.
State Government funding will create new arts experiences for Queensland audiences with investment from the Queensland Arts Showcase Program.
Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct will transform into a dynamic hub of colour, activity and excitement as the biennial children’s festival returns to the river city from 21-28 June 2016.
Nestled in the rainforest just north of Cairns, Yalanji Arts art centre is forging a stronger future for its artists by building on its artistic traditions to develop high-end giftware that targets the Far North’s tourist market.
The legacy of Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori is evident in every aspect of artists’ lives on Mornington Island.