September is less than two weeks away (what even?!), which means it’s time for Brisbane Festival to take over the city. Excitingly, some early events and pop-ups have already kicked off, like the Kaleidoscope art installation at Brisbane Powerhouse Performance Lawn. And it’ll at least tie you over until Brisbane’s Art Boat docks at Northshore, where the riverfront will then become an immersive art hub for the month.
This year, Brisbane’s Art Boat features the work of globally renowned artist Lindy Lee. Her mesmerising installation, The Spheres, is inspired by Ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras and his theories on celestial bodies and vibrations.
Alongside the artwork will be a delightful soundscape by Yuggera and Turrbal man and Tribal Experiences Managing Director, Shannon Ruska for a fully immersive experience.
During September, the boat will depart on special midnight and dawn cruises. However, if you’d like to check out The Spheres while the boat is docked, you can do so on Tuesday evenings.
When the sun goes down, be sure to take a look at the performances bringing the precinct to life and grab a feed and a drink from the pop up bar.
To book a spot on Brisbane’s Art Boat, click here.
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