The mega-hit Kong: Skull Island, which opened in Australia on 9 March, is showcasing Queensland’s stunning locations to an international audience.
The second World Science Festival Brisbane (22-26 March) has opened bringing some of the world’s leading scientists to the river city.
Some of the nation’s greatest female musicians will share their musical know-how with the stars of the future under a new mentorship program backed by the Queensland Government, through Arts Queensland.
Individual artists and cultural workers across Queensland are invited to apply for funding to help propel their careers to the next level of professionalism.
Domestic screen production in Queensland has hit a high this financial year with nine films, documentaries, and TV series supported by Queensland Government production investment.
The Queensland Government has secured Warner Bros. Pictures’ much-anticipated feature Aquaman to commence shooting at the Village Roadshow Studios on the Gold Coast in the first half next year with more than direct 600 jobs to be created.
An inspiring production of Orpheus and Eurydice from Brisbane’s premiere inclusive theatre troupe, Blue Roo Theatre Company, and Opera Queensland played to sold out audiences earlier this month.
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).