What’s happening in Brisbane this weekend?
CUSP Exhibition All weekend, State Library QLD.
Explore the state of Australian design and innovation through the work 12 contemporary designers. After a highly successful season, this exhibition finishes up on Sunday, so get in while there’s still time.
Extended Jewellery Feb 6/7, The Hold Artspace, 274 Montague Road, West End
Now in its final days, this exhibition brings together ten local jewellery designers to explore the creative thought process behind fine design and crafting of small objects.
[MELT] Queer Film Festival All Weekend, Palace Centro Cinema, 39 James Street, Fortitude Valley
This yearly festival will take over the screens of Palace Centro Cinemas for the next week as part of MELT. The program includes Teddy Award winner, The Way He Looks, and Appropriate Behaviour and many more.
[MELT] A Fancy Evening with Brendan Maclean Friday Feb 6th, Powerhouse, Lamington Road
After touring around America and Europe, Maclean has certainly made a name for himself. After his work on the Great Gatsby and hosting on Triple j, he brings an intimate solo performance to Brisbane.
30 Years of Japanese Fashion All Weekend, GOMA
Explore the innovation behind Japanese fashion dating back since the 1980s through over 100 garments at this unique exhibition.
Costumes from the Golden Age of Hollywood All weekend, Museum of Brisbane
A collection of prices from the 1900’s to 1960’s will be showcased in this Brisbane exclusive. Costumes, props and ephemera are supplied from a sole, private collector featuring threads worn by Marlon Brando, Grace Kelly, Fred Astaire and more.
Future Beauty Up Late Friday Feb 6, GOMA
It’s a chance to see the GOMA in a different light with this your of the Japanese Future Fashions exhibition. Each Friday night there will be a live performance from a different local musician.