Take a break from reality and immerse yourself in Curiocity Brisbane – a brand-new series of science, art and technology experiences spanning the Brisbane River.
For 20 days starting in March, one-of-a-kind installations, pop-ups and interactive spaces crafted by local and international artists, technicians and makers will be on display and free for everyone to explore.
Traverse the complete Curiocities trail in one afternoon or chart your own course in your own time – whether that’s on the way to work, a picnic in the park with friends or in the dead of the night. Curiocity experiences are open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
World Science Festival explores and celebrates the entanglement of science and art through a curated program of thought-provoking conversations, inspiring theatrical and cinematic experiences, interactive workshops and engaging demonstrations.
Unlike any other innovation, business and technology event, QODE is a live and energetic experience. Focused on delivering inspirational content to all levels of business, academia and the entrepreneurial community, QODE explores and unlocks the journey to the future. Join us!
We’re very fortunate to have a sophisticated public transport system in Brisbane. This, combined with a number of hotels – both big and boutique – makes staying and getting around our world-class city a piece of cake.
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Want to get involved in Brisbane’s most exciting new event? Email us and find out how.
CANCELLED: Due to the poor weather conditions forecast for 30 March and for the safety of all parties involved, we have had to make the hard decision to cancel Curious Music. We’ll be back next year for a bigger and better Curiocity Brisbane 2020!
Brisbane will dance to its own beat when Curious Music takes over the city on March 30. An interactive musical experience, Curious Music celebrates Brisbane’s thriving music scene, spotlights its musical innovation, sparks the city’s imagination and encourages visitors to come out explore and play.
Live Music Via City Sounds: Featuring Ironing Maidens.
Ironing Maidens: 4pm – 6pm
Free 30min interactive music tours with John Patterson from The Grates, allow audiences to explore an array of curious APT9 artworks through sound, and create a collaborative song along the way.
Tours will run at 3.00pm, 4.00pm & 5.00pm.
A fully improvised and totally interactive 20 minute mini musical created live, for kids and families.
Starting at: 12:20pm, 1pm, 1:40pm and 2:20pm
An interactive installation which takes attendees through the evolution and history of the synthesizers.
1:20pm – 1:40pm
2pm – 2:20pm
2:40pm – 3pm
3:20pm – 3:40pm
Let some of Brisbane’s best up and coming DJ’s provide the soundtrack to your afternoon at River Quay Green.
Join in at:
Aimon Clark: 12pm -2pm
Mumgenes: 4pm – 6pm
Discover and dance the afternoon away to electronic beats and future grooves, from Feels, May Lyn, Austen and Laluka.
Kicks off with:
Lalka at 2pm – 2:30pm
Austen at 3pm – 3:30pm
May Lyn at 4pm – 4:30pm
Feels at 5pm – 5:45pm
Telecommunication artifacts (think Nokia 3310) transformed into quirky electronic instruments for the public to discover, touch and play.
Neo-Dada meeting punk-crafted explosion in this interactive musical experience for adults.
2pm – 2:30pm
3pm – 3:30pm
4pm – 4:30pm