Category: Arts

Sky top views on offer for Open House Festival

This weekend, Brisbane’s newest and currently tallest building will open its doors for a rare public viewing. The 91-storey behemoth will be Australia’s largest residential building. Liam Kennedy reports.

Protests fail to stop Opera House promotion

Advertising for Australia’s richest horse race, The Everest, has divided a nation. Protestors did their best to disrupt what they saw as the promotion of gambling on the Sydney Opera House. Leanne Nebe reports.

Everest escalates Opera House ad row to new heights

The controversy surrounding advertising the Everest Horse race on the Sydney Opera House sails, has escalated. With Racing New South Wales cancelling the planned live barrier draw and temporarily suspending betting. Laura Daly reports.

Girls night in for cancer fundraiser

It’s a way to raise money for cancer, from the comfort of your own home. The Cancer Council is hosting its annual ‘Girls Night In’ this month. Grab your friends, stay in and donate any money that you would have

Priscilla sashays into QPAC for Brisbane debut

Australia’s most successful home grown musical, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, is about to rock Brisbane for the very first time. Isla Stanich reports.

Film-makers fly into Winton for Outback Film Festival

Griffith Film School celebrates the Australian outback at their upcoming Festival in rural Winton. But the event is more than just an appreciation for all things Ocker. Teagan Matthews reports.

Brisbane getting a taste of Eurovision

By Milly Dimitrijevic Produced for online by Jorja McDonnell Restaurants across Brisbane have caught Eurovision fever, and will be holding events to celebrate the song contest this weekend.

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Queensland’s film industry gets $140 million federal boost

Soon it’ll be lights, camera, action on the Gold Coast “Glitter Strip”. The Turnbull Government has created a $140 million incentive to lure Hollywood blockbusters to Queensland. Gemma Niwa reports.

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Thousands expected at Buddha’s birthday celebration

Brisbane is about to celebrate Buddha’s birthday with one of the largest festivals in the world. South Bank is the place to be for a weekend of festivities. Toby Rowen reports.

How Science inspired GOMA’s largest ever exhibit by a single Australian artist

By Tim Shepherd  Internationally renowned artist Patricia Piccinini hopes her collection of life-like human-hybrid sculptures will inspire a discussion about the impacts of gene-editing and stem cell research. For the first time ever, the entire ground level of Brisbane’s Gallery

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