Our 'what's on' calendar is the place to find out about cultural, heritage and historical events happening across the greater Brisbane area. You can view events by 'list' or calendar by 'month' view. 'List' view offers a snapshot of what events are coming up. Please use the 'month' view to look into the future.
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Sundays are family days at Museum of Brisbane. Bring your young ones along, choose a character and create your own adventure for a special family-themed MoB Kids tour of Life in Irons: Brisbane’s Convict Stories, then head to the Dome Lounge for activities that will have the kids learning and creating, while having fun. Our highly interactive BRISTOPIA exhibition also awaits, with an interactive sticker wall, large scale animations and a custom-designed game where kids can build their own Bristopia and…Find out more »
Back by popular demand, join us in one of our monthly Drawing the Body events. Expect body builders, burlesque performers and acrobats in our popular MoB Makers: Drawing the Body series. This life drawing series with a twist sees athletes and performers of all shapes and sizes pose and share their stories as inspiration for sketching. Facilitated by artist and designer Leigh Buchanan, this monthly event will give you an insight into the diverse physical and creative pursuits of Brisbane’s…Find out more »
Selden Society 2018 Lecture Series: ‘Private law’s revolutionaries: authors, codifiers and merchants?’
Join the Supreme Court Library and the Selden Society Australian Chapter in June for the second lecture in the 2018 Selden Society lecture series. Lecture presented by Professor Hector MacQueen, Edinburgh Law School. Has there ever really been a revolution in private law, never mind the law of obligations? This lecture addresses that question by considering the relationship between law and revolution in general. If the development of private law can be characterised as revolutionary at any point, then the revolutionaries…Find out more »