Museum of Brisbane

Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) vessels display

  • 9 - 30 Nov
  • Exhibition now closed

Joanna Bone’s stunning, hand crafted glass vessels have become synonymous with the prestigious Asia Pacific Screen Awards ceremony, held annually at Brisbane City Hall.

 

APSA Retrospective: from the inaugural Awards to the present by glass artist Jo Bone

In 2007, glass artist Joanna Bone was approached by organisers of the inaugural Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) to design and create distinctive award vessels. The results were embraced by both the organising body and award recipients and the artist has created awards for the event ever since.

 

This display, held over three weeks at Museum of Brisbane showcases the award vessels presented to APSA winners over the ceremony’s history from 2007 to 2014.

The 9th APSA ceremony will be held this year on Thursday 26 November.

About the artist

Brisbane-based, England-born Joanna Bone is one of Queensland’s foremost glass artists. Her work is internationally recognised and is held in prominent collections including the Australian National Glass Collection (Wagga Wagga) and the Film Museum of Tehran, as well as numerous private collections around the world. Joanna is the only Queensland-based artist to have won the prestigious Ranamok Glass Prize for Australian and New Zealand artists.

 

Joanna moved to Queensland in 2002 and in 2007, was approached by the organisers of the inaugural Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) to design and create distinctive award vessels in glass. The results were well-received by the organising body and the award recipients and Joanna has created the awards for each of the subsequent nine years.