megan-cope_twice-removed-quandamooka3_500 Megan Cope, Twice Removed – Quandamooka, 2016, Digital Print on vinyl, Cleveland. Photo: CREATIVEMOVE

Quandamooka homeland gateway recognised by Megan Cope artworks

The Quandamooka Festival 2016 closed on Saturday 17 September, but Megan Cope’s two temporary public artworks derived from her work Twice Removed – Quandamooka (2014) were launched as part of the Festival’s closing kunjiel (corroboree). The two site-specific versions of this artwork now appear on the Middle Street elevation adjacent to the Redland Art Gallery,… View Article

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Yarrabilba_Lendlease Yarrabilba Entry. Photo: Jayson Gill 2014, Courtesy, Unity Builders Group.

Yarrabilba Art Program set to flourish

CREATIVEMOVE is very excited to be engaged by Lendlease to deliver the Yarrabilba Art Program for precincts 1 and 2 of the Yarrabilba community.  We also welcome Craig Flood as our new Senior Public Art Manager to oversee the program. Yarrabilba is a Lendlease master planned community situated approximately 40 kilometres south-east of Brisbane and approximately… View Article

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Malu Githalal makes World News

Brian Robinson visited the TILT Industrial Design Factory in Sydney on Thursday to inspect the final touches to his giant crabs that form the Malu Githalal installation destined for the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco next month. His three large 4-metre crabs (githalai) will be attached to the façade columns on the exterior of the Museum… View Article

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FLOURISH, Mandy Ridley

Mandy Ridley awarded 2016 Asialink Arts Residency

There is a lively permeability in Mandy Ridley’s work that may be its primary defining characteristic. It has fluidity, physical and metaphorical openness, and a drawing together of influences across many art forms–art, craft, and architecture–united by pattern, colour and its reach into other cultures. In 2016, Ridley has been recognised with the award of… View Article

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Brian Robinson, Githalai II, 2016

Malu Githalal en route to Monaco

CREATIVEMOVE is proud to announce the forthcoming major sculptural installation Malu Githalal by Brian Robinson on the exterior of the Musée Océanographique de Monaco from 24 March to 30 September 2016. This work is part of a ground-breaking exhibition of contemporary art, Australie/Australia: Defending the Oceans at the Heart of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island… View Article

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New Blooms for Mackay

CREATIVEMOVE has just completed the installation of an exciting new public artwork by Brian Robinson for Wood Street in Mackay, North Queensland. Opening with a bustling street party on 27 November, Brian and Jodie Cox were on hand to meet with local community members to discuss the works which are located in four different locations… View Article

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