Sunday 17 January 2016
Woolf Pack Zine Workshop
Zines, ideas and banter with this female and non-binary with this female and non-binary zine and collective.
Multi-award-winning Indigenous writer and poet Samuel Watson weaves new works throughout the festival.
Lost in Translation
Examining patterns formed among and within repeating structural units of Proteins.
Cloud2 and Quantified Earth
Will we have to imagine life without water? Our planet’s water cycles are under threat and we have the data to prove it.
Stand Back, I Know Science
Join Eamon and Melissa as they pit wits against each other in a cyclone of smoke, flames and gleeful mayhem.
Installation inspired by stories and letters, previously untold, unwritten and silently contained within. Now brought into the world.
QUT Booth on Safe Spaces
A portable structure using tangible and hybrid interaction to ask “Where do you feel safe in Brisbane?”
Fracture. Buckle. Dislocate. Three collections of solo dance and circus performances that leave artists honest, open and bare.
Surveillance Party (Sydney)
Surveillance Party is a digital record label and warehouse party crew based out of Sydney’s infamous cultural hub, Newtown.
Brendan Maclean (Sydney)
After traversing the globe alongside Marcia Hines in Velvet, spend an intimate moment with Brendan as he leaves you wondering just what each second of passing time and heart beat is worth.
Out of body experiences are really not in keeping with lab safety guidelines, but Doctor Quixote brings back such stories…
The Lolly Bishop Experience
Mathew works as a drag queen. One night the Diva Lolly Bishop appears at the club and she’s not happy.
Part Ted talk, part physical theatre, part stand up comedy. Was Einstein really a genius or just good at listening to ideas? Enter the world of The Idea.
Lana and Eloise are the mess. On Eloise’s couch the pair discuss their meaningless lives, loves, jobs and complaints.
These Violent Delights Have Violent Ends
Burn out? Post show blues? Fatigue? Injury? Raise awareness about the mental and physical challenges of working in the arts.
If mothers know best, grandmothers know everything. A play created with an Indigenous grandmothers group with plenty of stories to tell.
You mad, bro?
Exploring feminism and how it relates to the differently-abled woman with sass, charm, musical interludes and a sunny disposition.
Where do you feel safe in Brisbane? Our panel of inspirational women discuss a variety of tools to keep you and our community safe.
Letters I Never Sent
An introspective, heartfelt and playful look at what happens when you stop trying to force yourself into boxes that don’t fit.
A funny and personal look at life after the high school gates close. Follow a group of friends as they party and talk their way onto The Simpsons.