Public art

Brisbane City Council has a public art collection of more than 500 diverse artworks located throughout the city and surrounding suburbs.

From temporary artworks in outdoor galleries to street art on walls and bridge pillars, learn more about the public art on display.



Temporary outdoor galleries

The Vibrant Laneways program transforms Brisbane's laneways into imaginative, fun and engaging spaces. Find out what's temporarily on display around Brisbane.


Permanent outdoor galleries collection

Find out about the permanent artworks located in Rowes and Burnett lanes, created under Council's Vibrant Laneways program.


Street art

Street art is a live and thriving in Brisbane with programs Brisbane Canvas and Artforce allowing local artists and residents to display their artworks to the public. Find out more.


Public art trails

Brisbane City Council has four public art walking trails focusing on different themes - the Brisbane River, our City's contemporary art and architecture, and Brisbane's cultural heritage. Find out more about the trails, including trail maps and images of each artwork.


Brisbane's River Art Framework

The Brisbane River is a defining feature of our city’s evolving cultural identity that inspires works of contemporary art and design. Find out about Brisbane's River Art Framework.