Tara Pattenden is an artist, instrument maker and educator. Her wearable, fabric-based electronic instruments enable new expressive ways to perform music.
Ten local Artist-Run-Initiatives (ARIs) are taking up residence in our level 3 studios!
A sound and video installation that transforms inaccessible surfaces into urban playgrounds, illuminating public spaces with epic images of our smallest citizens.
Join us for the Opening Celebrations of Metro Arts, with love.
A socially engaged artwork compounding political pharmacopoeias – ointments, tonics, gargles and powders to soothe our soluble and insoluble bodies.
Open Actions is a weekend arts program centred around six participatory artworks that will reveal and revel in the richness of the Enoggera Reservoir.
A night in with TAFE Queensland Acting
A high achiever fallen from grace chases oblivion like a punk rock dynamo. Is it better to start playing by the rules or to set the things that ‘matter’ ablaze?
This is Pep Too! is a new body of sculptural work that explores a revised meaning of ‘pep’ – found in the ambivalent spaces between failure, doubt and defiant enthusiasm.
As part of an exchange with Melbourne-based gallery MARS, Metro Arts will present the work of three innovative Melbourne video artists.
We Koppel, We Dala; Restitution and Reclamation. An exhibition addressing representation, land and identity in the context of South Africa’s Apartheid history and its ongoing impacts.
Video Visions is Channels Festival’s flagship open-call video art program, running since the inaugural festival in 2013.