Experiences and culture
Wynnum Community Centre art show
Brisbane City Council is dedicated to fostering an innovative and creative community and to providing opportunities for everyone to participate in the cultural life of our diverse and vibrant city.
Take a walk through the city or suburbs to see public art, watch a show in the Skydome at Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, enjoy music and performances at Riverstage, or check out how we're lighting up our city. See the LIVE guide event calendar for up and coming arts and cultural activities in Brisbane. Most of these activities are free and suitable for all ages. Keep connected with our free Wi-Fi available in parks and public spaces across Brisbane, Council libraries and on CityCats.
For more ideas on great places, spaces and events to enjoy in Brisbane, check out our Things to see and do in Brisbane page.
Our Outdoor Gallery transforms Brisbane's laneways and city streets into imaginative, curious and engaging spaces. Check out the current exhibition - Women's Work.
Council has an extensive public art collection of more than 500 diverse permanent artworks on display throughout Brisbane City and our suburbs.
Free Wi-Fi helps keep you connected while you're about and about in Brisbane. Free Wi-Fi is available in parks and public spaces across Brisbane, in Council libraries and on our CityCats.
Lord Mayor's Photographic Awards 2019 winners
Check out the winning entries for the Lord Mayor's Photographic Awards 2019, including the People's Choice Award winner.
Learn more about a Brisbane artwork
Luke Roberts' Poinsettia Riverfire sculpture is located in Emma Millar Place, Brisbane City. It is 10.5 metres tall with integrated lighting and celebrates the floral emblem of Brisbane and the annual Brisbane Festival, Riverfire event.
Watch a video of Luke Roberts talking about his artwork below, or view the video on Council's YouTube channel.
Poinsettia Riverfire comes from two aspects of Brisbane cultural life - it's floral emblem and the annual fireworks festival Riverfire. I'd like to think the public will get some of the same things out of the sculpture that I do and that is a sense of inspiration. I think we are on the edge of a fantastic new era for humanity and I'd like this to be a kind of symbol of that.