Sequestered in a traditional Spring Hill’s worker’s cottage is this little offbeat gallery blurring the boundaries of art and design.
The Australian arm of Redsea Singapore brings to its airy light-filled space an array of striking contemporary works.
This fine collection of 2000 plus contemporary works encompasses sculpture, painting and decorative arts and as such has a strong showing of Australian art from the 1960’s onwards.
From the time of acquiring its first art work in 1895, the QAG has moved buildings five times and amassed a collection of more than 14000 Australian and International artworks.
Phillip Bacon is one of Australia’s leading art curators and his gallery the premier private gallery of Brisbane.
This bright gallery space within the polished timber floored rooms of a workers cottage provides an ever-changing showcase of largely Queensland-based emerging and established multi media artists.
This brightly coloured modern gallery hosts an ever-changing program that mixes touring exhibitions, visiting artists, and works from the permanent collection.
Established by Brett Lethbridge in 2004, Lethbridge Gallery has a strong reputation for showing a diverse range of high quality artworks.
This gritty exhibiton space is the headquarters of the Jugglers art co-op, an artist run organisation that spans studios, exhibition spaces and outdoor building art throughout Brisbane.
A stalwart of the city art scene, Jan Murphy has been showing top shelf contemporary art at her landmark gallery for over sixteen years.
A minimalist space of high creativity tucked under and behind the Judith Wright Centre, the IMA - one of Australia’s earliest established contemporary art spaces - is easily passed by or overlooked.
During its relatively short existence has quickly established itself as the proverbial jewel in Brisbane’s visual arts crown.
This atmospheric converted factory space on the Valley/Newstead border is home to some of the country’s best contemporary indigenous artists.
This fresh little gallery has a stable of up and coming multi media artists from around Australia and will often theme exhibitions to be in keeping with major touring ones.
Doggett St Studio is one of the inner city’s biggest and longest serving art exhibition spaces.
Christmas Eve 1941 it was decreed that all public and private employers and households were to immediately start building shelters.

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The Brisbane BBQ Festival is an epic 2-day celebration of music, meat and fire
Sunsets by Sanctuary Cove is a fantastic 2-day festival
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