GOMA: European Masterpieces from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Yesterday I visited the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) to see their new blockbuster exhibition, European Masterpieces from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. With artworks spanning from 1420 to the early twentieth-century, there is quite literally something for everyone. Seeing the works displayed chronologically allowed for a new appreciation of how western art… Continue reading GOMA: European Masterpieces from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Spring Hill Reservoirs: The Underground Opera Company

Last night I had the most incredible opportunity to attend a show by the Underground Opera Company in the Spring Hill Reservoirs. It truly was one of the best performances I have ever seen and the way it activated the heritage place was remarkable. The following blog post will be roughly divided into two sections.… Continue reading Spring Hill Reservoirs: The Underground Opera Company

Brisbane Open House: Lytton Quarantine Station

Visiting Lytton Quarantine Station has been on my 'must-do' list for too long. Thankfully, this weekend was Brisbane Open House, an annual event that sees select buildings open to the public. It is also a wonderful opportunity for people to engage with Brisbane's heritage through self-guided or guided tours. It will probably come as no… Continue reading Brisbane Open House: Lytton Quarantine Station

Museum of Brisbane: New Woman

In mid-September this year, the Museum of Brisbane unveiled their new exhibition, New Woman. It features just over 80 artists, with artworks displayed chronologically starting from the 1920s. The exhibition is a really significant look at the women who have been an integral part of the development and continuing strength of Brisbane's arts and culture… Continue reading Museum of Brisbane: New Woman

Museums & Galleries Queensland Conference: Day Three

Thursday was the final day of sessions for the Museums & Galleries Queensland Conference. I would like to thank the organisers, sponsors and presenters for making the past couple of days truly memorable. Queensland is a huge state and this conference provided a great opportunity for cultural workers to gather together, network and share ideas.… Continue reading Museums & Galleries Queensland Conference: Day Three

Museums & Galleries Queensland Conference: Day Two

It has been a very long day filled with incredible talks containing so many new ideas and innovative programs. I forget how utterly exhausted I feel at the end of a full conference day! At least this time I came prepared with a portable charger so my phone battery could remain fully charged. At each… Continue reading Museums & Galleries Queensland Conference: Day Two