64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City, Queensland 4000
3 Dec, 2017 - 29 Apr, 2018
Come along every Sunday morning and enjoy fun and engaging story-telling sessions with our talented Museum team, dance to your own rhythm as part of Anne Scott Wilson’s exhibition Every Day I Wait, create your own kite as part of the inspiring Kite Wishes Project at our MoB Maker station and beat the crowds to our family-friendly summer show Mao’s Last Dancer the exhibition.
Stories include Li Cunxin’s children’s book The Peasant Prince and other titles focused on inspiring stories and dance.
King George Square car park offers $5 specials on weekends and evenings.
All arts activities and exhibitions are free, except Mao’s Last Dancer the exhibition which is ticketed. A family pass is $30. Children under 5 free.
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64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City,
Multi-disciplinary artist Anne Scott Wilson draws on her past as a professional ballet dancer to explore the mental and physical dedication of dancers.
Discover Li Cunxin’s incredible journey from poverty to world-famous artist in Museum of Brisbane exclusive Mao’s Last Dancer the exhibition.
United by a passion for painting, 12 artists respond to the exhibition theme, Green, according to their own personal style and interpretation.
Impressive display of native and exotic palms and cycads with many unusual plants. Massive low-cost plant sale for indoors/outdoors. A great place to indulge.
Inspired by Mao’s Last Dancer the exhibition, Drawing the Body presents a series of life drawing classes with dancers from a diversity of disciplines.
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