22 Oct, 2020 - 21 Feb, 2021
I Do! Wedding Stories from Queensland will present wedding garments, accessories and stories through a series of themes, revealing stories of evolving fashion, changing cultural traditions, heartbreaking circumstances and what it truly means to love.
The exhibition has been curated exclusively by Queensland Museum, showcasing never before displayed pieces from the State Collection, generous loans of personal items from Queenslanders and commissioned artwork.
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Corner Melbourne and Grey Street, South Brisbane,
Mavis Ngallametta (1944-2019) made a profound contribution to arts and culture nationally and particularly in Queensland, her home state.
An Athletics event (styled after Stawell Gift) to be run as a complimentary event to the Australia Day Kilcoy Horse Racing Carnival.
Wildlife Tourism Australia's biennial national conference, for tour operators, ecolodges, wildlife parks, researchers, students, conservation managers, government staff, NGOs and others interested in environmentally-sustainable wildlife
'Seeing And Being Seen' traces Yang's career from documentary photography through to explorations of cultural and sexual identities and his depictions of landscape.
Emerging from the rainforest canopy of Far North Queensland and a culture spanning countless generations, 'Manggan – gather, gathers, gathering' shares knowledge