64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City, Queensland 4000
18 Aug, 2017 - 12 Nov, 2017
Tastes like Sunshine: Flavours of Brisbane will explore the delicious side of our city’s character.
Featuring an insight into the minds, and taste buds, of some of Brisbane's most innovative contemporary chefs, the exhibition will feature new installations by acclaimed artists Elizabeth Willing and Sean Rafferty. With a host of other artists, they will create a sensory and interactive exhibition that will delight your senses and challenge your notions of food. Experience food in a new light and savour a taste of Brisbane like you never have before.
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64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City,
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