Events Archives - Brisbane Living Heritage

Quandamooka Music & Cultural Festival

Quandamooka Music & Cultural Festival returns to Minjerribah this August 30 to 31 for its first full-scale event since 2022.

Set against the island paradise backdrop of Minjerribah (North Stradbroke), the multi-artform festival provides the special opportunity to experience the continuing culture of the Nughi, Nunukul, and Goenpul clans of Quandamooka firsthand.

A short and easy ferry ride from the mainland, the festival is highly accessible from South East Queensland – only an hour’s drive from both Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

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Blak, Loud and Proud: Keep the Fire Burning

Celebrating with the Cooee Elders for NAIDOC, the Redland Museum present the exhibition ‘Blak, Loud and Proud – Keep the Fire Burning: Our journey of healing through sharing our history as First Nations People’.
Held from 11 – 27 July 2024.
​Exhibition may include sensitive content.

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Wunya Ngulum

Join us for a day packed full of talks about Brisbane’s history in celebration of 200 years since the city’s founding!

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Art Deco Flats and Homes in New Farm

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Australia in Space – Earth and Beyond

Discover how Australia’s location and expertise give us a unique advantage in space.

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Significant sites

‘Significant sites’ explores the places throughout our city that continue to hold meaning and play a role in our lives.

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Shifting Shores: Bribie’s beautiful beaches

Bribie Island is home to beautiful beaches bursting with life. This exhibition celebrates the beaches at our doorstep, from the landscape to the wildlife, to how we enjoy and experience the beach.

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Beyond the Brush

Coochie Art Group (CAG) presents their exhibition ‘Beyond the Brush’ in August 2024.

CAG is one of the oldest community art groups in the Redlands and for 52 years has been enriching the cultural life of our city, with classes, annual art retreats and exhibitions. Classes continue today, with Islanders and Mainlanders meeting on Tuesdays, in the Community Hall, for four classes each term, with professional tutors providing expert tutelage in genres and most mediums. The CAG Annual Art Sale and Show is a highlight of the year and the Group this year, is anticipating their first Show at the Redland Museum in August 2024.

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Ekibin’s Chinese Past

ASHG is pleased to be back in the local libraries. Ekibin’s Chinese Past is the first of two talks.

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