“Everybody’s now part of the dreaming in this country, and it’s important for people to have that knowledge and not think of it as separate to them.” Fred Leone.
Brisbane is hosting the EduTECH 2013 National Congress & Exhibition.
Maestros of Western and traditional musical instruments wooed the applauding crowd to fever pitch with their innovative fusion of Western jazz and traditional Indian music.
It’s night-time in the suburbs. Guided down a secret laneway by torchlight, we arrive at a classic Queenslander lounge room where we settle into chairs or snuggle onto pillows in front of the fireplace.
Night-time on the river – City Cats, paddle-wheel steamers, cars on the expressway – are a great backdrop to these tales and songs of Brissie life.
Impromafia dip their quill into audience members’ daily lives to prove that the bard drew inspiration from real life.
Styled in blood-red gowns, the four sopranos of Belladiva channel opera’s heroines from the earliest decades of the art-form to the present.
Three performers have taken over the Queensland Museum’s Inventorium space, to create an experience which explores different aspects of the wind and how we interact with it.
Every month, a car park behind a bank in West End transforms into a vibrant marketplace with live music, sizzling food, a bar and, of course, an eclectic array of stalls.
Mona takes over the Parkland Explorer train and just when you think you might learn something, she starts to unravel, haunted by ghosts from her past.