Brisbane's Aboriginal Public Art Greets
Discover urban public art in Brisbane by Aboriginal artists
In the heart of Brisbane, there is an incredible and exciting collection of public art by Aboriginal artists on display for all to enjoy and connect with. During this Greeter experience, you will also learn more about each of the Aboriginal artists – their stories and the intended meaning behind their work.
Featured artists include Lilla Watson, Fiona Foley, Libby Harward, Warraba Weatherall, Ron Hurley, Daniel Boyd, Judy Watson, Richard Bell, Laurie Nilsen, Gordon Hookey and Danie Mellor.
You'll see a diverse range of works, from large murals to sculptures to pavement artworks, and have access to one of the largest commissions of its kind for a commercial office building in Australia.
Prepare for a unique experience that will see you exploring Brisbane rather closely peering underneath bridge pylons, walking across bridges and down laneways, as well as visiting some of Brisbane's newest buildings and bustling precincts.
Brisbane's Aboriginal Public Art Greets begin at the State Library of Queensland and end in Brisbane’s CBD.
How can I join a Brisbane's Aboriginal Public Art Greet?
These Greets are offered seven days a week departing at 10:00am from the State Library of Queensland, South Bank. Greets will run for up to four hours, and up to six visitors per Greet can be accommodated.
Two days' advanced booking notice is required and your booking will be confirmed via email.
Book your Brisbane's Aboriginal Public Art Greet now. You can access the booking form here.
If you are experiencing issues with our booking form, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +61 7 3156 6364.