How would you react in a high-pressure scenario with people’s lives at stake? Rescue puts you in charge as you discover what it’s like to be involved in land, sea and air rescues.
What kind of wild thing are you? Wild Thing is a playful experience for children and families, featuring fantastic sculptures, art-making fun and a wild new interactive play-scape.
Art has always played an important role in the life of Indigenous Australians, connecting the people with the land
Self confessed revhead, artist and dirt bike rider Eamon O’Toole is fuelled by his life-long passion for all things motorsport — a passion which he turns into sculptural creations of his favourite motorbikes and cars.
Australian-born, London-based sculptor Ron Mueck creates some of the most widely acclaimed and identifiable sculptural works in the international contemporary art arena.
Face in a crowd: new portraiture presents an intriguing set of works by four contemporary artists.
This exhibition surveys the work of renowned Australian ceramic artist Gwyn Hanssen Pigott over the last two decades with a particular focus on the meticulous process that underpins the creation of her work.
Photographs are an inseparable part of our memory of war. They have come to play a vital role in our efforts to remember and to commemorate events of which many of us have no direct experience.
Discover the skills and processes involved in bringing a creature from the written page to the silver screen in this fascinating ‘behind the scenes’ exhibition.
Heritage house portraits by contemporary Queensland artists
A picturesque and illuminating foray into the history and vision of Queensland’s early domestic architecture as seen through the eyes of 13 contemporary Queensland artists.