By Eleanor Surtees After standout performances across Queensland, Roger Davy and Adam Bartlett are scheduled to make a splash in … More
It’s easy to get caught up in the routine of everyday life. You walk the same streets and see the same things; but how often do you stop to look down? Hidden around Brisbane’s bustling laneways and busy streets sits a collection of tiny, meticulously crafted doorways, fit for a mouse. Measuring just a few inches in height, these doors add a feeling of whimsy and charm to the city’s art scene and create one of the most unique scavenger hunts around town.
If you’re a Brisbane local, you’re probably aware of the new Queens Wharf development slowly springing up from the ground right in the middle of the city. This 7.5 hectares of public space is being revitalised to reimagine Brisbane as a tourism and entertainment destination that locals will be proud of, and interstate and international visitors will want to visit. But did you also know that this development is set to feature some spectacular art installations?