Tue, Jan 22


Five exhibitions to see in Brisbane this summer

Sunshine and art. Over summer, local galleries are bringing you some of their biggest shows of the year. Prepare to look outside your own reality and discover new ideas at this diverse line-up of exhibitions across Brisbane.


Though there is lots of fun to be had at this exhibition, it teaches us the very important lesson of how we can ensure our closest relatives continue to survive in the wild. From the tiny mouse lemur to the gorilla, Monkeys! introduces you to 60 species and our shared evolutionary history, and there are special activities for kids.

Until 28 January 2019 at Queensland Museum


The latest exhibition at The Workshops Rail Museum is a fascinating look at the seedy underbelly of the roaring twenties. Underworld features 130 candid mugshots of crime bosses and petty criminals alike, plus a monthly Speakeasy Series with talks, silent film screenings and workshops.

Until 24 February 2019 at The Workshops Rail Museum

The Designers' Guide: Easton Pearson Archive

Brisbane was planted firmly on the national fashion map thanks to the prolific work of exuberant designers Pamela Easton and Lydia Pearson. Together they formed Easton Pearson – a label that referenced art, travel, film, literature and music. The Designers' Guide: Easton Pearson Archive features pieces from the label’s extensive archive together with a public program focusing on slow fashion, sustainability and experimental future fashion.

Until 22 April 2019 at Museum of Brisbane

The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT9)

The APT (pictured) is GOMA’s landmark contemporary art series, and for the ninth instalment you will experience work from more than 80 artists across the Asia-Pacific. The works examine both indigenous traditions from across the region and contemporary thought, highlighting the current cultural climate of our closest neighbours. Experience immersive installations that span across two galleries.

Until 28 April 2019 at GOMA and Queensland Art Gallery

Home: a suburban obsession

For many, the suburbs hold the pull of childhood nostalgia; they are backdrop of first bike rides, school days and growing up. This new exhibition holds an extra layer of nostalgia, showcasing photographs of South East Queensland suburbs from the 1960s and '70s by photographers Frank and Eunice Corley. Home: a suburban obsession features a virtual reality streetscape, art installations, incredible untold stories and rarely seen photographs.

Until 14 July 2019 at State Library of Queensland


Pictured: Zico Albaiquni (Indonesia) When it Shook -The Earth stood Still (After Pirous), 2018, image courtesy of the artist and Yavuz Gallery. Work now showing at APT9.




Easton Pearson exhibition Museum of Brisbane

Major Easton Pearson exhibition headlines a summer of fashion at Museum of Brisbane

Museum of Brisbane has unveiled the first major exhibition from the extensive Easton Pearson archive. This is fashion as art; distinctly Brisbane style. MORE


Thu, 1 Januarysee all

QSO Unveils 2019 Season

Queensland Symphony Orchestra will perform mighty symphonies, intimate chamber music, captivating live movies, and much more

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Summer at Queensland Museum

There’s even more to discover at Queensland Museum this summer.

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Fri, 22 Junesee all

Alice's Wonderland

This colourful hands-on exhibition brings science concepts to life for 3 - 8 year olds

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Fri, 29 Junesee all

Nature Imagined

Nature imagined offers a new understanding of Robinson's sophisticated vision of his lived environment

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Sat, 30 Junesee all


Islands explores the hidden histories of Queensland’s islands and aims to reshape our knowledge of these close but faraway places

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Sat, 8 Septembersee all

churchie national emerging art prize

‘The churchie’ is dedicated to supporting a new generation of artists

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Sat, 15 Septembersee all


Mugshots from the Roaring Twenties.

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Mon, 17 Septembersee all


Play, question, test, observe and talk your way through Queensland Museum’s new Sciencentre experience, SparkLab

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Sat, 22 Septembersee all

Palm Island & Our People

The inspiring history of Palm Island is celebrated in a fascinating showcase of images, memorabilia and digital stories

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Sat, 29 Septembersee all

Meet the Monkeys!

Go bananas for the world of primates at Queensland Museum’s latest exhibition, Monkeys!

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