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250 limited-edition artworks & art merchandise up for grabs

For one day only - Sunday 2nd April - Brisbane City Council's Outdoor Gallery turns into an Art Treasure Trail <play/ground>to celebrate the highly praised exhibition.

In total, 250 limited-edition artworks and art merchandise will be up for grabs, bundled alongside vouchers from local businesses and other surprise goodies for the first fifty winners of the day. All participants in the art trail will be offered 2-4-1 (two for the price of one) Strike Bowling Laser Tag vouchers and 10% off the Museum of Brisbane store for the day.

The Treasure Trail will include five locations across Brisbane's CBD, with three augmented reality artworks unlocking a secret code when using a camera smartphone. The first 50 participants will walk away with free limited-edition prints and merchandise from exhibiting artists: MUCHOS., Maxim Chikanchi, Arkie the Label, Daniel Sherington and Kelsey Doyle.

Bring the whole family and choose your mode of transport- walking, running, cycling, scootering, or wheeling a pram! BYO hat, water bottles, and wear comfortable shoes.

No booking is required but registrations are welcome. Register your attendance at

Special thanks to Strike Bowling & Museum of Brisbane.


About <play/ground>:

<play/ground> celebrates the city of Brisbane as our concrete playground, with the exhibiting artists revealing visual stories of their relationship with the city. Playing on the entitled word, the exhibition acknowledges the modern busy lives of each resident and nods to pursuing a balanced and playful life while remaining grounded as essential to finding and maintaining joy in our day-to-day physical and digital lives.

Share your experience of the Outdoor Gallery exhibitions and public programs using #BNEPublicArt.

This program is being delivered in partnership with Brisbane City Council.

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When: Sunday, 2 April 2023, 10 am - 4 pm
Where: The trail starts at Edison Lane in front of the artwork 'Tuesday Night' by Maxim Chikanchi, Brisbane City
Cost: Free
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