In this hectic life today, juggling work, family and fun. But somewhere along the line humans need to find an effective way to unwind. A workshop at the World Science Festival may have an unusual solution. Maudy Veltema reports.
The art and culture of our nearest neighbour, Papua New Guinea, has turned heads at the Queensland Art Gallery. It was a feast for the eyes and highlighted the importance of the relationship between the two countries. Eilish Massie reports.
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There are fresh calls for the state government to reconsider its controversial lockout laws. While Fortitude Valley stakeholders are aiming to promote a more positive Brisbane nightlife. Reece D’Alessandro reports.
Rain, rain, and more rain is forecast for the next month at South Bank. QPAC’s production of ‘Singing in the Rain’ opens on Friday night and those in the front seats will get wet! Liana Walker reports.
The Queensland Ballet Academy unveiled it’s line up for 2017 on Monday. The sparkling new season is a blend of classical and contemporary, embellished with strong elements of love and romance. Noor Gillani reports.
Now, the final of our three special reports, on QUT’s new Creative Industries Precinct. We look at how the space measures up for those who use it every day the students and teachers. Adriana Mageros reports.
Sydney will be on display tonight as the 8th annual Vivid Festival kicks off and organisers are promising a light show unlike any other. Joshua Cheadle reports.
Last week, we featured QUT’s new main Creative Industries Precinct building. But there are four other buildings nestled behind it called The Barracks. In many ways, these are more special. Because they are part of Brisbane’s history. Damon Ryan reports.
The local music industry was left reeling after Sounds Australia missed out in this year’s round of Federal funding for Arts and Culture. Australian Artist Manager Laura Willbridge has started a petition on Change.org in a mission to save the Australian music industry.
It’s showtime, when a little bit of the country comes to a town near you and in an outer suburb of Brisbane, one of Queensland’s oldest shows kicked off today. Imogen Kars reports.