100% Brisbane is an exhibition like no other you’ve seen before.  In an exciting world-first, Museum of Brisbane has collaborated with celebrated Berlin based theatre company Rimini Protokoll to create a powerful and unforgettable interactive exhibition experience which brings together 100 residents who currently call Brisbane home. Fascinating and deeply moving, their personal stories will be revealed alongside beliefs and attitudes that shape who we are, creating a real-time snapshot of our city.

Presented by Museum of Brisbane and Brisbane Airport Corporation, this landmark exhibition also invites you to have your say and contribute to this incredible self-portrait of the city.

100% Brisbane will not only change the way you think about museums, it will change the way you think about Brisbane.

 

The making of
100% Brisbane

Sunday 17 July
11am – 12noon
Free, bookings recommended

 

100% Brisbane tour
with the curator

Sunday 17 July
2pm – 3pm
Free, bookings recommended

Join curator Phillip Manning, project consultant Bec Reid, special guests from the 100% Brisbane community and hosts 612 ABC as they share the story behind discovering 100 people who represent Brisbane today.

 

Gain exclusive insights into the unique objects, technology and stories that bring together our most ambitious exhibition to date on a tour with Museum of Brisbane curator, Phillip Manning.

 
 

100% Brisbane
tour in AUSLAN

Saturday 6 August
11am – 12pm
Free, bookings recommended

 

Robert Brownhall masterclass

Saturday 6 August
1pm – 4pm
$44 + booking fee, bookings required

Join assistant curator, Melinda Gagen on a tour of 100% Brisbane. NAATI accredited AUSLAN interpreter will accompany this tour for hearing impaired visitors.

 

Join Brisbane Airport Corporation’s Artist in Residence Robert Brownhall for a hands-on sketching masterclass.

 

100% Brisbane is presented by Museum of Brisbane and Brisbane Airport Corporation

Level 3, City Hall, King George Square

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