At Museum of Brisbane they believe art, culture and history should be experienced.
They encourage you to think boldly, share your ideas and challenge your perceptions. From co-creating with artists to reflecting on contemporary identity, their goal is to ensure you have a memorable and insightful experience every visit.
They acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Brisbane and surrounds, the Yuggara, Turrbal, Jinibara, Quandamooka and neighbouring clan groups. They are privileged to work closely with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, artists, curators, writers and storytellers to share and celebrate the rich knowledge, art and histories of the First Nations communities.
The Museum is dedicated to supporting the city’s many talented artists, designers, writers, historians and storytellers. They invite artists to create works inspired by the beautiful city and engage visitors in a global conversation.
Any day in the Museum you may find Traditional Owners sharing local lore, an artist-in-residence creating new work, a performance in one of their exhibitions and their educators nurturing curiosity and creativity.
Their Museum Guides are among Brisbane’s best storytellers and every day they take hundreds of visitors on tours of City Hall and to the top of the iconic Clock Tower.
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