Brisbane City Council's Outdoor Gallery

Springfinity is a new outdoor free exhibition inviting everyone into the city and outdoors to celebrate the season of Spring and warmer days.

The new Outdoor Gallery, which launched on 28 August, is lighting up the city streets and laneways with exciting new artworks until November 21, 2021.

Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said, "Springfinity is the 3rd exhibition to be featured across Brisbane City Council’s Outdoor Gallery in 2021, a permanent network of light boxes, banners, vitrines, and evening projections across the city. It captures the essence and beauty of spring with bright, bold artworks by local, national and international artists."

Brisbane-based curator, Haline Ly, described the exhibition as ‘music for your eyes’. “Bask in Brisbane's springtime glow and feast your eyes on fun, bold and intricate artworks by local and international artists. Meander through city laneways to discover Springfinity: an endless loop of goodness that begins where it ends and ends where it begins," she said.

The Outdoor Gallery is part of the city’s growing public art platforms helping artists share their work with the world, in the unique parts of the city that are also home to some of Brisbane's best restaurants, cafes and shops.

The exhibition locations are: Hutton Lane; King George Car Park; Fish Lane; Eagle Lane; Griffin Lane; Edison Lane; Irish Lane; Edward Street; Howard Smith Wharves (night projections) & Museum of Brisbane (digital screen).

Need to know - visitors are recommended to start on Edward Street and make their way through city laneways and up to Howard Smith Wharves for night-time projections. 

While you're exploring the fabulous 24/7 Outdoor Gallery, take the time to stop for a shop, drink or meal along the way.

Brisbane City Council is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Artwork Credits - Top to Bottom:
1. & 5. We Stopped to Smell the Roses II (2021) by Emma Hack
2. BPE (2021) by Carla McRae Right: Dogs of Brisbane (2021) by Sophie Beer
3. Today and tomorrow (2021) by Katie Benn
4 & 6. The Dome (2017) by Beth Mitchell


Brisbane City Council's Outdoor Gallery

Various Locations

Brisbane CBD



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