It doesn't cost a fortune to admire art. In fact, you can do it for free at the Brisbane Festival as there are quite a few exhibitions showing from Wednesday 11 to Saturday 28 September. How good is that? From photography to sculpture to inspiring artworks, there are plenty of free arty things on offer during this period.
An exhibition in conjunction with Freeze Frame (which is going to be an brilliant show by the way) comes Body Language, where marginalised youth expresses themselves through art. There is a unique story behind every remarkable plaster torso you see and this is how these young people find their voice. On show for a limited time at QPAC's Playhouse Foyer from Thursday 19 to Sunday 22 September so don't miss out.
A sculptural installation amalgamating 3D printing technology and the old-fashioned studio based sculpting which looks at the mystifying nature of our reality in the things that surround us. Confusing? Maybe. But this accelerated presentation of reality will have you captivated. Containing sexual and drug references, supernatural and war themes, nudity, violence and coarse language, this exhibition is showing from Wednesday 11 to Saturday 28 September at the Metro Arts Gallery on Edward Street in the CBD.
Witness unbelievable talent and extraordinary artworks by artists challenged by social isolation or disadvantage at Albert Street Uniting Church in the CBD daily from Thursday 12 to Sunday 22 September. Be prepared for raw, truthful and inspirational creations.
Don't miss this photographic exhibition featuring Brisbane's gorgeousness through the eyes of Brisbane's promising young photographers. On display at the Judith Wright Centre as well as digital billboards around town, pay a visit to their gallery between Tuesday 17 and Saturday 28 September from 10am to 4pm daily.