Various locations throughout Brisbane City and South Bank
From interactive and immersive installations to thought-provoking conversations, Curiocity Brisbane has unveiled an intriguing program of curious events and ideas that will spark inspiration from 12 to 28 March.
The 17-day celebration of science, art and technology transforms Brisbane into a world of discovery with more than 60 Curiocities across 4 precincts; the City Botanic Gardens, South Bank, South Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct, and the Brisbane CBD. Curious visitors of all ages can explore, create and play with the physical and digital Curiocities, including 28 never-before-seen installations created by artists and makers from across the state and around the globe.
Curiocity Brisbane includes the popular World Science Festival Brisbane from 24 to 28 March, launches the inaugural Curious Conversations series hosted by Master of Curious Conversations Benjamin Law, unveils the winners of the Queensland Schools Challenge, and welcomes GOMA’s two-night The Motorcycle Up Late event on 19 and 20 March.
The world-class 2021 program reflects Queensland’s place as a global hub for science, technology, innovation and the arts. Curiocity Brisbane’s line-up of more than 60 interactive and immersive Curiocities was curated following a global expression of interest, and includes:
- 28 making their world premiere
- 2 making their Australian debut
- 14 created by Queensland artists and makers
- 12 created by Brisbane makers and artists
- 6 created by primary and secondary students as part of the Queensland Schools Challenge
- 1 located on a CityCat.
The Curiocities are spread across four precincts on a 6.5km walking trail throughout the City Botanic Gardens, South Bank, South Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct and the Brisbane CBD.
For more information, visit the Curiocity Brisbane website
Leave a Reply