We Can Make Another Future Goma | Must Do Brisbane
We Can Make Another Future: Japanese Art after 1989 derives from Heisei the current era in the Japanese imperial calendar and represents a break from tradition for the over 40 Japanese artists represented.
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Film Of The Week | Must Do Brisbane
Audiences really warmed to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and its success seemed to spawn a plethora of films opportunistically aimed at the 40+ demographic. So, no wonder
The Homesickness Project Logan Art Gallery | Must Do Brisbane
The Homesickness Project is Logan Art Gallery’s intriguing curated exhibition by artists from around the world that looks into what makes an individual feel at home in a place.
The Founding Years 1895-1915 Qag | Must Do Brisbane
With 120 years since the founding of the QAG this year, the fascinating exhibition The Founding Years 1895-1915 is a collection of works acquired during the first 20 years of the gallery’s existence.
David Lynch: Between Two Worlds Opening Weekend | Must Do Brisbane
The highly anticipated David Lynch: between Two Worlds exhibition opens this weekend at GOMA, with David Lynch himself in Brisbane for the occasion.
Chinese New Year Chung Tian Temple | Must Do Brisbane
Chung Tian Temple lights up for Chinese New Year 2018 to welcome the Year of the Dog, offering a traditional and unique alternative to the celebrations in the city.
Future Beauty Opening Weekend Goma | Must Do Brisbane
GOMA's blockbuster exhibition Future Beauty: 30 years of Japanese Fashion opens with a fantastic weekend of talks, tour, workshops, clothing swap and a special member’s breakfast.
Great Houses Of Ipswich | Must Do Brisbane
Great Houses of Ipswich is a day when 3 of the city’s landmark heritage houses, which are privately owned, open their doors to the general public
Bold & Unbridled Kristian Williams Mercure Hotel | Must Do Brisbane
Bold colours and unbridled lines – those are the main elements inspiring the title, Bold & Unbridled, for artist Kristian Williams’s debut exhibition