SOUTH BANK, QLD 4101
4 Sep, 2015 - 25 Dec, 2015
PLEASE NOTE: The Collective Markets will not operate on Friday 25, Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 September due to Riverfire.
The Collective Markets are a South Bank must-do experience while in Brisbane. They feature plenty of cool trinkets and goodies that you won't find anywhere else including arts, crafts, homewares, collectibles, exotic items, designer fashion, handmade jewellery and much more.
Celebrating the best of Brisbane's emerging designers, artists, creative entrepreneurs, musicians, foodies and collectors, The Collective Markets are ideal for finding a unique gift, marvelling at Brisbane's local talent or simply strolling and enjoying the atmosphere.
Afterwards, soak up a spot of live music strummed by local musicians, or retire to a nearby cafe or watering hole to watch the world continue to bustle on by.
The markets are located in the heart of South Bank, Brisbane’s premier recreational and cultural destination. The market stalls fill the Stanley Street Plaza.
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The world’s favourite musical The Sound of Music is returning to Australia. This critically acclaimed London Palladium production tells the uplifting true story of the von Trapp family’s flight across the mountains and works its magic once again, for young and old alike.
The Painter’s Reach explores the work of senior Australian artist Robert MacPherson, whose practice combines conceptual musings on the act of painting with a reverence for the everyday.
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This exhibition is a retrospective of the work of one of Australia’s most extraordinary artists, the late Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda (Mrs Gabori).
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