‘Make Visible’ Outdoor Gallery exhibition produced by Winter Studio

‘Make Visible’ Outdoor Gallery exhibition produced by Winter Studio

Date & time
Mon 30 Oct 2023 to Tue 30 Apr 2024
Add to Calendar 2023-10-30 10:00 2024-05-01 10:00 Australia/Brisbane ‘Make Visible’ Outdoor Gallery exhibition produced by Winter Studio Brisbane City Council&#39;s Outdoor Gallery transforms Brisbane&#39;s laneways, city streets and car parks into imaginative, curious, and engaging spaces. Comprising of light boxes, banners, vitrines, and evening projections, the Outdoor Gallery displays art outside in city streets, instead of inside on gallery walls. 2023 marks 10 years of the Outdoor Gallery program that started in 2013. Our latest Outdoor Gallery exhibition Make Visible, curated by Sarah Winter of Winter Studio, will be featured in the Outdoor Gallery from Monday 30October 2023 to Sunday 14 April 2024. Share your experience of the Outdoor Gallery exhibitions and public programs using #BNEPublicArt. From Monday 30 October 2023, explore Brisbane City Council&rsquo;s Make Visible exhibition throughout the Outdoor Gallery. Make Visible, curated by Sarah Winter of Studio Winter, makes visible the often-hidden narratives of our city; our relationships with the climate, each other, and the urban environment as seen through the eyes of dynamic and unlikely collaborators from our community. This exhibition and accompanying activations and public programming, celebrates the intricate, delicate, and interconnected layers of the city we love by revealing the often-hidden qualities of Brisbane through community-engaged content and storytelling. &ldquo;The magic of a city is its people, in its buildings, in its art, its vibrant city life, its climate, its plants and its stories. This exhibition celebrates the unique qualities of Brisbane through the eyes of artists, designers, researchers, small businesses, photographers, fashion designers and local community members. It creates opportunities for people to see their city again through the eyes of another and witness the invisible elements that they may not have seen before. We have a unique identity in Brisbane, and our environment and climate play a big role&nbsp; in that. We are often outside, in nature, engaging with each other and the urban space in a dynamic way. It influences our architecture, the clothes we wear, what we eat, how and where we socialise, and the art that we make.&rdquo; Sarah Winter, Studio Winter Join us for a number of activations and events as part of this exhibition. This event runs from 8-9am. View our <a href="https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/things-to-see-and-do/experiences-and-culture/public-art-in-brisbane/outdoor-gallery#map" target="_blank">map</a>&nbsp;to help navigate your way around our Outdoor Gallery.
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Age

Suitable for all ages

Cost

Free

Brisbane City Council's Outdoor Gallery transforms Brisbane's laneways, city streets and car parks into imaginative, curious, and engaging spaces. Comprising of light boxes, banners, vitrines, and evening projections, the Outdoor Gallery displays art outside in city streets, instead of inside on gallery walls. 2023 marks 10 years of the Outdoor Gallery program that started in 2013.

Our latest Outdoor Gallery exhibition Make Visible, curated by Sarah Winter of Winter Studio, will be featured in the Outdoor Gallery from Monday 30October 2023 to Sunday 14 April 2024.

Share your experience of the Outdoor Gallery exhibitions and public programs using #BNEPublicArt.

From Monday 30 October 2023, explore Brisbane City Council’s Make Visible exhibition throughout the Outdoor Gallery. Make Visible, curated by Sarah Winter of Studio Winter, makes visible the often-hidden narratives of our city; our relationships with the climate, each other, and the urban environment as seen through the eyes of dynamic and unlikely collaborators from our community.

This exhibition and accompanying activations and public programming, celebrates the intricate, delicate, and interconnected layers of the city we love by revealing the often-hidden qualities of Brisbane through community-engaged content and storytelling.

“The magic of a city is its people, in its buildings, in its art, its vibrant city life, its climate, its plants and its stories. This exhibition celebrates the unique qualities of Brisbane through the eyes of artists, designers, researchers, small businesses, photographers, fashion designers and local community members. It creates opportunities for people to see their city again through the eyes of another and witness the invisible elements that they may not have seen before.

We have a unique identity in Brisbane, and our environment and climate play a big role  in that. We are often outside, in nature, engaging with each other and the urban space in a dynamic way. It influences our architecture, the clothes we wear, what we eat, how and where we socialise, and the art that we make.” Sarah Winter, Studio Winter

Join us for a number of activations and events as part of this exhibition. This event runs from 8-9am.

View our map to help navigate your way around our Outdoor Gallery.

Bookings

No bookings required.

Venue

Various locations around Brisbane.

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