Back by popular demand, bigger and better than ever, Disco Puppy: Stayin’ Alive brings kids even more funky moves to learn and explore as they interact with art in their very own disco dance party. (more…)

Visit Construction Site for an awesome hands-on experience the whole family can enjoy! (more…)

Crafted by Evelyn Roth Festival Arts, the climbing web is a large-scale multi coloured crocheted net suspended from the gallery ceiling. (more…)

Melting fridges, mysticism, microcosms and mandalas are all in Art & Australia Collection 2003 – 2013, on tour from the Newcastle Art Gallery. (more…)

Brynhyfryd was one of the most imposing buildings in Ipswich of its time. Although standing for less than 50 years, it made such an impression on the Ipswich community that its rise and fall became part of the city’s folklore. (more…)

Enter the dazzling world of Light Play where children can explore their artistic potential in an interactive space created especially for them! (more…)

Local Now brings together the work of prominent artists from the region for an exhibition that demonstrates challenging, stimulating and progressive approaches to creative practice. (more…)

Imagine standing on stage surrounded by the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s virtuoso musicians, feeling the energy of Artistic Director Richard Tognetti playing his priceless Guarneri del Gesù violin or getting up close to Principal Violinist Satu Vänskä’s Stradivarius.


This installation draws its inspiration from El Lissitzky, a Russian avant-garde artist who believed that the future of art lay in its potential to be integrated into life. In 1923 he designed what he called a ‘proun room’ – a meeting place of art and architecture. (more…)

Art has always played an important role in the life of Indigenous Australians, connecting the people with the land, the past with the present, and passing on stories and traditions of one of the world’s oldest continuing cultures. (more…)

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