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Montague Markets – 405 Montague, Brisbane – Pradella, 2020

The Montague Markets sit on Montague Road, a major arterial road in the West End/Kurilpa peninsula. The hub provides retail shopping, offices, community spaces, restaurants with alfresco dining, and residences; from September 2020, it also includes a new public artwork titled Rivervine, which has been installed to the facade of the building facing Tondara Lane…. View Article

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Judy Watson – bandarra-gan chidna: strong woman track / track of strong women, 2019

CREATVEMOVE has recently published an informative resource to enhance the engagement and appreciation of a significant public artwork for the Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade. The book offers an extended background to the development of bandarra-gan chidna:strong woman track / track of strong women, a public art project developed by artist Judy Watson for the Lores… View Article

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EOI: Public Art Opportunity: Jacaranda Place Mural Commission

Expression of Interest (EOI) Jacaranda Place Mural Commission Children’s Health Queensland, through the Arts in Health Program has engaged CREATIVEMOVE to commission a public mural for their new adolescent extended treatment centre, Jacaranda Place. This project will best suit an artist under the age of 25, based within South East Queensland. The commission aims to… View Article

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Blue Malu Githalayl

Crabs Make Landfall in Cairns

In 2016, Brian Robinson’s patterned and colourful crabs, Malu Githalayl, adorned the façade of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco as part of the exhibition, Australia: Defending the Oceans at the Heart of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art. In May this year he brought the crabs home to Cairns for their first Australian showing, where they… View Article

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Public Art Policy + Plan for Port Macquarie/Hastings

CREATIVEMOVE has been engaged in developing an overarching public art policy and plan for the Greater Port Macquarie/Hastings area in central New South Wales. The Port Macquarie/Hastings area has significant cultural heritage vested in the Birpai Aboriginal peoples, the traditional custodians of this area. It has beautiful natural assets in its coast, national parks and… View Article

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Zoe Porter
Kaiso & Ama, 2019

Kaiso & Ama is a large-scale watercolour based on female free-divers, know as Ama, who live and work in the Mile Prefecture, Japan. This work was created during a residency in Toba, Japan, where Zoe investigated local Ama and their ancient tradition for diving for seaweed and abalone. This work aims to highlight the complex and sustainable connection that Ama have with the ocean.


Outdoor Gallery

Brisbane City Council's Outdoor Gallery transforms Brisbane's laneways and city streets into imaginative, curious and engaging spaces. Comprising light boxes, banners, vitrines and evening projections, the Outdoor Gallery displays art outside in city streets, instead of inside on gallery walls.

Women's Work, APT9 Kids and a number of other artworks are currently exhibiting in the Outdoor Gallery.

Women's Work

From 12 August to 1 December 2019, experience the Women's Work exhibition curated by Brisbane Art Matriachs! (BAM), a collective of up-and-coming female arts leaders working towards bridging the gap for women exhibiting in public spaces.

Women's Work celebrates the empowering artforms and originality of female creatives through a series of outdoor installations, guided tours and talks. This exhibition is grounded in the belief that the work of all women, within the realm of the domestic and beyond, is invaluable.

BAM! Brings women’s work to the Brisbane outdoors

Zoe Porter (represented by Onespace Gallery) is one of a number of female artists chosen to showcase street art in Brisbane’s public spaces. Launched on 10 August 2019, this program, curated by Brisbane Art Matriarchs (BAM!), represents the debut of Women’s Work featured as part of the Brisbane City Council’s Outdoor Gallery. It is supported by… View Article

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