Brisbane's event calendar is over-flowing all year round with everything from home game matches to international sport clashes, community-led art shows to exclusive blockbuster exhibitions, live gigs to sold-out music festivals and everything in between.
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23 Nov 2012 to 14 Apr 2014
Test your strength against a T-Rex jaw, uncover fossils and bones at a dig site and learn how dinosaurs lived.
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23 Feb to 7 Jul 2013
Dodge laser beams, build a telescope, freeze your shadow on a wall or paint with Infra-red. Their new Sciencentre exhibition, Playing with Light, has full-body interactive exhibits that take you into the bright and colourful world of lights, lasers and lenses.
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3 Mar to 1 Dec 2013
All aboard! Travel through Brisbane on an historic steam train and relive the splendour of a bygone era.
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23 Mar to 23 Jun 2013 Free Entry
Continuing the Artist's Choice series of exhibitions, Brisbane-based artist Michael Zavros was invited to work with the Gallery's Collection.
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8 May to 17 Dec 2013
You've come to the land down unda! Forget the vegemite sandwich and the prawns on the barbie, our Aussie Chef's will teach you our take on some of Australia's most traditional and beloved dishes including Damper, Kangaroo and Beer Meat Pie and Pavlova.
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11 May to 11 Aug 2013 Free Entry
The annual 'Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art' exhibition showcases the outstanding achievements of senior visual art students from schools throughout Queensland.
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18 May to 1 Dec 2013 Free Entry
Since the colonial era, Indigenous artists have been actively examining the conversations and conflicts involving their ancestors and settlers in Australia.
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25 May to 1 Sep 2013 Free Entry
Belief in the circulatory nature of death and life is integral to Arnhem Land art. 'Death and Life: rakuny ga walnga', the Gallery's first Collection?based exhibition of contemporary art from Arnhem Land, will include bark paintings, hollow log memorial poles, sculptures and weavings that embody this idea.
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25 May 2013 to 30 Mar 2014 Free Entry
'Earth and Elsewhere' brings together works from across the Gallery's contemporary collection that explore history, emotion and geography.
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1 Jun to 1 Sep 2013 Free Entry
To coincide with 'My Country', the Gallery's Australian Cinémathèque presents a survey of first peoples and black cinema from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United States and United Kingdom.
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