Exhibition Archives - Brisbane Living Heritage

Fish Lane Arts Precinct + Exclusive ARIA Guided Tour

Discover the history and artistic development of the Fish Lane Arts Precinct including an exclusive tour of Aria’s Trellis, one of the most sustainable apartment developments in Brisbane with a distinct rooftop featuring a 25-metre infinity pool and over 4,000 plants ascending across the layered facade to improve biodiversity.

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Display of Historic Household Items

See what treasures you can find in our display of household items. There are cooking implements, recipe books, old tools, beautiful sewing and glove implements, old postcards and favourite books. All items are on loan from Toowong and District Historical Members whose families have kept these treasures from the past

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Voices of Our Elders: Aboriginal Story Tellers

Presenting a selection of never before seen artworks, photographic portraits and a newly commissioned documentary film in recognition of Aboriginal people that have contributed to recording and maintaining history and culture. These artworks and objects reveal stories of individuals who saw a need to document what was around them through times of enormous change. The continuation of strength and pride in Aboriginal cultures is shared through family connections, stories of great heroism and deep cultural knowledge passed on through songs, ceremony and language.

UQ Anthropology Museum Level 1, Michie Building St Lucia Campus
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 11am to 3pm & First Saturdays: April 6, May 4, June 1, July 6, August 3, September 7, October 5 and November 2.

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“Made in Queensland” The Embroiderers’ Guild Queensland Biennial Exhibition 2024

This exhibition presents members’ exquisite hand embroidery with the theme, Made in Queensland. Stitched either by Queenslanders or with a  Queensland theme. A display of diverse types of embroidery techniques to delight and inspire all levels of needleworkers.

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Birds, Botanica and Blue Glass – Workshop and Morning Tea

Birds, Botanica and Blue Glass… an exhibition at the Redlands Museum for the month of April presents a collaboration of three highly individual artists each interpreting their explorations of shapes and patterns found in nature.
Visitors to the floor talks and morning tea will have a unique opportunity to meet the artists Rhyl Henzell, Julie-Ann Barker & Jen Henzell, and hear about their chosen art processes.

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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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