Events Archives - Brisbane Living Heritage

Maxim Vengerov in Recital

Celebrating his 50th birthday, Maxim Vengerov, the world’s greatest violinist (The Times) and the multi-award-winning superstar of the classical world, takes the stage of the QPAC Concert Hall.

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Barely Wearable: Body adornment for the age of overconsumption

Discover Ruth Downes’ passion for reappropriating everyday materials and objects to celebrate their intrinsic beauty.

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The Keeper: Collectors and their collections

‘The Keeper: Collectors and their collections’ is a celebration of those who love to collect and want to share their joy.

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Wildflowering by Design

‘Wildflowering by Design’ explores contemporary responses to our botanical and wildflower heritage.

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Births, deaths and marriages

Births, deaths, and marriages are major life events. Visit Redcliffe Museum to discover how they’ve been shaped by customs, changing fashion, social influences, and world events.

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Ink in the Lines

Behind every tattoo is a story of remembrance, mateship, identity and healing.

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Birds, Botanica and Blue Glass

Artists Rhyl Henzell, Julie-Ann Barker and Jen Henzell aim to delight our viewers as you immerse yourselves in our original, thought provoking and creative artworks. A true collaboration of the beauty found in nature.
General admission applies.

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‘Snowed Up with a Duchess’: A play at Redland Museum

A finely-crafted comedy of errors with a socially observant afterbite.

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Tour the historic Princess Theatre Woollongabba

Join the theatre’s historian Robert Allen for a behind-the-scenes tour of Brisbane’s oldest performing arts venue.

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