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APT8 hits half a million visitors

Over half a million people have now visited ‘The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ (APT8) at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), with the Gallery today welcoming its 500 000th visitor.

18 Mar 2016

World Science Festival Brisbane opens

Brisbane welcomes one of the planet’s most innovative celebrations of science with today’s opening of the inaugural World Science Festival Brisbane.
9 Mar 2016

Arts Business Innovation Fund open

The Fund is open to Queensland not-for-profit arts and cultural organisations with DGR Item 1 status to undertake innovative projects that strengthen income generating and entrepreneurial capacity.

7 Mar 2016
2016 Australia Council Awards Queensland recipients (clockwise from L-R) Nathan Stoneham, David Malouf AO, Yaron Lifschitz and Richard Bell. Image courtesy of the artists.

Queenslanders honoured with Australia Council Awards

Nathan Stoneham, David Malouf AO, Yaron Lifschitz, and Richard Bell,  have been recognised for their exceptional contribution to the arts.

2 Mar 2016
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Individuals Fund open

The Fund is open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists and cultural workers (emerging and established) to participate in transformational professional and career development opportunities. 

1 Mar 2016
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Brisbane theatre’s finest honoured at Matilda Awards

Logie Award-winning actress and director Carol Burns has been posthumously awarded a Gold Matilda, Brisbane theatre's highest honour. 

29 Feb 2016

An insider's guide to the World Science Festival

For the first time in the history of the event, the World Science Festival leaves its birthplace of New York to bring science out of the laboratory and into the streets, museums, galleries and performing arts venues of Brisbane.

25 Feb 2016
TRANCE PIANO by Luke Jaaniste. Photograph by Morgan Roberts

Luke Jaaniste enters a trance at APAM

Luke Jaaniste hits all the right notes as he prepares to immerse audiences in his new sonic adventure TRANCE PIANO, on show at the 2016 Australian Performing Arts Market in Brisbane.

23 Feb 2016

Culture Counts in Queensland

Ten Queensland arts organisations will gain a deeper understanding of the public value generated from their arts and cultural events as part of the Culture Counts 2016 Queensland pilot.

 
22 Feb 2016

The Farm enters the cage at APAM

The Farm puts office environment to the test with their new dance theatre work, Cockfight, on show at the 2016 Australian Performing Arts Market in Brisbane.

19 Feb 2016