Treasure Hunt event #3: Outdoor Gallery 'Sunny Side Up'
2:00pm to 5:00pm
Get ready to race for for a limited edition artwork created and signed by local artist, Jordan Azcune. Experience a city-wide augmented reality treasure hunt through Brisbane City Council's Outdoor Gallery.
Bring your mobile phone and choose your preferred mode of transport - walking, running, dancing, cycling, scootering, wheeling a pram - for this exciting treasure hunt adventure through Brisbane's Outdoor Gallery.
The treasure hunt kicks off at 2pm on Saturday 10 April with the first 100 participants who successfully complete the challenge winning a limited edition, signed artwork by Jordan Azcune that is featured in the Sunny Side Up exhibition. All participants will also go into the draw to win a $150 Museum of Brisbane Shop gift voucher.
- Download the EyeJack App.
- Complete the Treasure Hunt throughout the Outdoor Gallery by unlocking 6 augmented reality (AR) artworks to successfully reach the end and reveal the final location to collect your prize (for the first 100 participants).
- Hold your smartphone camera in front of the artwork and watch it come to life.
- Once completed you'll have the opportunity to enter into the draw.
- All participants who complete the treasure hut (and enter their details) will automatically go into the draw to win a $150 gift voucher to the Museum of Brisbane Shop.
Read the terms and conditions for the Outdoor Gallery - Augmented Reality Treasure Hunt competition.
Make sure you dress for the weather!
We encourage all residents to continue to practice safe social distancing and hygiene while using Council facilities. We politely request that you refrain from participating should you start displaying any of symptoms associated with COVID-19.
Artist: Jordan Azcune Jordan Azcune graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 2016 and has exhibited nationally. He has received many awards, including the Toowoomba Emerging Art Prize (2018) and the People’s Choice Award at the Churchie National Emerging Art Prize (2019). Artwork: Surrender (White Caps) (2020) Surrender (White Caps) evokes waves activated by wind instead of swell. The scene turns the concept of white flags of surrender on its head, suggesting that one can swim with, not against the current when faced with challenges. The Outdoor Gallery Treasure Hunt is part of Brisbane City’s Outdoor Gallery exhibition, Sunny Side Up, made possible with the support of Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
Sunny Side Up is a collection of vibrant artworks by emerging Brisbane-based contemporary artists that explore Brisbane’s subtropical identity, unique physical features and cultural atmosphere. The exhibition brings to the fore the optimism, abundance, and playful spirit of the Sunshine State. Brisbane City Council’s Outdoor Gallery transforms Brisbane’s laneways and city streets into imaginary, curious and engaging spaces. Comprising light boxes, banner, vitrines and evening projections, the Outdoor Gallery displays art outside in city street, instead of inside on gallery walls. Recently, the Outdoor Gallery has grown to now include art projections at Howard Smith Wharves. This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
No bookings required. Download the EyeJack App to participate.
Outdoor Gallery, Brisbane City - Eagle Lane, Edison Lane, Edward Street vitrines, Giffin Lane, Irish Lane
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