BAD - Brisbane and Design
BAD - Brisbane and Design Museum of Brisbane

Lots of good things to see at BAD art festival

DON'T miss BRISBANE ART DESIGN (BAD), a festival including art trails, hubs and various locations in the city where more than 150 creatives have made their curious, beautiful, boundary-pushing art.

You can check out locations at:

BAD 2019 is an initiative of Museum of Brisbane, where art, design and the City of Brisbane collide. BAD champions the Brisbane art and design sector, and spotlights Brisbane's thriving cultural identity through the places, histories and climate that bring the city's collective creativity to the fore.

Museum of Brisbane Director Renai Grace said: "We want to push the boundaries of people's understanding of art and design, challenge their perceptions and directly engage them in conversations about the role of art and design in society, and sometimes in the making itself."

At the heart of the program is a signature exhibition at the Museum, profiling Brisbane city's brightest names in art and design until August 11.

BAD Exhibition Tours

BRISBANE ART DESIGN (BAD) has taken over over Museum of Brisbane with a multi-dimensional exhibition showcasing both established and emerging artists and designers of Brisbane.

Join the Visitor Experience Team for an illuminating afternoon of art insights during the weekly BAD Exhibition Tours.

Discover the stories behind the incredible works created by BAD artists and designers, with practices that span robotics, performance art, video, installation, ceramics and painting.

*Every Wednesday to Aug 11, 12.30pm, Free, registrations required, Museum of Brisbane, Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, King George Square, Brisbane. Enter through the King George Square foyer of City Hall. Turn right and take the lifts up to Level 3. Please note you can not access the Museum via stairs.

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