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New $9.4m Sparklab Sciencentre connects Queenslanders to science

Minister for Science and Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch invited Queenslanders to experiment, explore and engage with science as the new Sparklab Sciencentre at Queensland Museum South Bank opens its doors to the public tomorrow (Monday).

16 Sep 2018

Regional Arts Development Fund 2018-19

In 2018-19 the Queensland Government, through Arts Queensland, has allocated $2.08 million towards RADF and will leverage around $2 million from local governments, resulting in approximately $4 million available to support a host of respected arts, cultural and heritage projects across the state.

10 Sep 2018

CelebrateBrisbane spectacular set to light up Brisbane Festival 2018

Brisbane Festival 2018, one of Australia’s major international arts festivals, opened tonight with a dynamic art-meets-technology water, light and laser celebration that will wow festival audiences and visitors to the River City.

8 Sep 2018

Brisbane Writers Festival shares stories

Rich with new ideas, the Brisbane Writers Festival has kicked off and will deliver an array of events that will inspire new passions, spark conversations and share engaging stories.

7 Sep 2018

Big names and ideas showcased at BIGSOUND

BIGSOUND 2018, Australia’s largest gathering for the contemporary music industry, is bringing together thought-leaders, delegates and artists from across the globe.

5 Sep 2018

They’re great poets, and now they know it

The Palaszczuk Government has congratulated the winners of the poetry awards that were announced last night at the opening of the 2018 Queensland Poetry Festival.

24 Aug 2018

Queensland Ballet heading to China

Queensland Ballet is taking its acclaimed production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream to China, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced today.

16 Aug 2018

Underwater artworks to become new Whitsundays tourism attraction

In a Queensland first Langford Reef in the Whitsunday Islands will become home to a new installation of underwater and inter-tidal art.

4 Aug 2018

Arts funding activates Queensland artists

The Palaszczuk Government is supporting 16 artists and arts workers with funding to help them undertake international partnerships, professional development and mentorship opportunities Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch has announced.

3 Aug 2018

Palaszczuk Government backs Indigenous performing arts

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, arts workers and performers in Queensland will embark on new projects and career pathways as a result of significant investment by the Palaszczuk Government.

3 Aug 2018