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Explore fresh perspectives through Museum of Brisbane exhibition highlights, tracing the evolving life of our city’s history and culture.

A City Submerged: The 2011 Floods 10 Years On

A City Submerged

In 2021, we reflect on 10 years since the 2011 floods devastated our city and acknowledge all who were affected.

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A Taste of Brisbane

Food is on our minds right now! Explore the history and culture of food in Brisbane.

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The Designers Guide: Easton Pearson Archive

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The View From Here

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Colourful faces artwork by Craig & Karl digital print on adhesive film

OPEN SOURCE

The open source ethos continues to prove relevant and more important than ever for Brisbane’s creative practitioners.

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Wattle Teatowel

Remembering the First World War

The First World War erupted in Europe on 4 August 1914. Across Australia the call to arms was sounded.

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Lloyd Rees (Brisbane 1895 – 1988), Cowlishaw House fountain (detail) 1915, pencil on paper. City of Brisbane Collection, Museum of Brisbane. | Banner image: Lloyd Rees (Brisbane 1895 – 1988), Law Courts North Quay 1915, pencil on paper. Gift of the artist 1972, City of Brisbane Collection, Museum of Brisbane.

Lloyd Rees | Drawings from the Collection

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Museum of Brisbane respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Brisbane and surrounding areas, and other First Nation peoples. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.

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