Brisbane-based Vulcana Women’s Circus is taking its business to the next level with an investment from the Arts Business Innovation Fund (ABIF) for its Operation Enterprise initiative.
Students and teachers across the state will work with professional artists in 2017 as part of a Queensland Government program to boost children and young people’s engagement with arts and culture.
Marvel’s super heroes will descend on Queensland next year in a world-first, large-scale exhibition at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA).
Business innovation in the arts sector is on the rise as two Brisbane–based arts companies explore new revenue streams and broaden their business models with support from the Arts Business Innovation Fund (ABIF).
Regional communities throughout Queensland will be able to access up to $4 million in arts funding thanks to a partnership between the Queensland Government and 59 local councils throughout the state.
Queensland’s rich talent pool of writers was recognised tonight and the shortlist for two 2016 Queensland Literary Awards announced at the opening of the Brisbane Writers Festival.
Alison Murray at the Shepparton Art Museum with the Bagu installation of her work in the 2016 Indigenous Ceramic Art Awards. Photo Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre
Queensland Premier and Minister for the Arts Annastacia Palaszczuk announced increased core funding for more small to medium arts and cultural organisations through the $30.55 million Organisations Fund 2017–2020.
Premier and Minister for the Arts Annastacia Palaszczuk and Minister for Tourism and Major Events Kate Jones today welcomed Ballet Preljocaj exclusively to Queensland, announcing a three-year agreement to secure some of the world’s finest performing arts companies for the state.
One lucky movie buff will rub shoulders with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars and win a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with a walk-on role in the blockbuster Thor: Ragnarok, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced today.