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BrisAsia Festival 2024

Connection Through Culture

BrisAsia Festival is one of Brisbane’s premier events for cultural placemaking, creative and artistic innovation and community wellbeing. Celebrating Brisbane’s cultural and creative voice, our Asian cultural heritage and our place in the world, the sounds, sites and tastes of Asia flow through a three-week-long cultural immersion of concerts, parties, community events, cultural learning experiences and storytelling across live and digital platforms.

Supporting our next generation of creatives, the festival forges meaningful creative partnerships with industry stakeholders, emerging artists and experienced professionals, helping to drive cultural change, ignite creative and economic innovation and build bridges between the local economy and the creative sector to support our future social, cultural and economic wellbeing.

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ImaginAsia

ImaginAsia | Children & Families3 / 4 / 10 / 11 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
1290 X 775 Imaginasia Workshop Crownicles | Sounds Across Oceans

Crow-nicles: The Adventures of the Common Crow

ImaginAsia | Storytelling for ChildrenSat 3 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
1290 X 775 Imaginasia Workshop Maithree | Sounds Across Oceans

Maithree: Friendship Through Music

Children & FamiliesSun 4 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
1290 X 775 Imaginasia Workshop Boomerang Banter | Sounds Across Oceans

Boomerang Banter: An Artistic Yarning

ImaginAsia – Children & Families Sat 10 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
1290 X 775 Imaginasia Workshop In Yo | Sounds Across Oceans

In Yo: Light and Shadow – Regional Folklore from Japan

ImaginAsia - Children & FamiliesSun 11 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Brisasia Unites Hero 1 | Sounds Across Oceans

BrisAsia Unites: Lunar New Year Concert

Live Music / Street Theatre / Children's ActivitiesSun 11 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
1290 X 775 Awakening Event Banner | Sounds Across Oceans

Awakening

Performing Arts - ScienceSat 10 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Fillow Talk Hero | Sounds Across Oceans

Fillow Talk: Meet the Family

BrisAsia ComedySat 17 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Hero Image #1 Whose Language Is It Anyway | Sounds Across Oceans

Whose Language Is It Anyway

BrisAsia ComedyFri 9 - Sat 10 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Hero Image V2 | Sounds Across Oceans

BrisAsia Stands Up

BrisAsia ComedyFri 2 / 16 Feb '24 BrisAsia Festival Logo
Metropolis Hero | Sounds Across Oceans

Metropolis

BrisAsia AfterpartySat 17 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Sounds Of Chow Gar Hero Option 1 | Sounds Across Oceans

Sounds of Chow Gar

Performing ArtsFri 16 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
The Shape Of Us Hero Banner | Sounds Across Oceans

The Shape of Us

Performing Arts | Live PerformanceTue 6 - Fri 9 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Southside Dumpling Festival 1 | Sounds Across Oceans

Southside Dumpling Festival

Cuisine & CultureSun 4 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Unbound Hues (Exhibition featuring artist Yin Lu)

BrisAsia STORIES

Exhibition1 - 19 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Hanmaum Kpop Hero | Sounds Across Oceans

HANMAUM: KPOP Cover Showcase

Dance & MusicSat 17 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Copy Of Laneway Partea 11 | Sounds Across Oceans

BrisAsia ParTEA

Cuisine & CultureSat 10 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Ssbn Hero 1 1290x775 Row Of Cars | Sounds Across Oceans

Southside by Night

Street FestivalFri 16 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Lush On Fish Lane 2 | Sounds Across Oceans

Lush on Fish Lane

Asian Street FestivalSat 3 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo
Hero Image Credit Riku Case Creative Brisasia Summer Party | Sounds Across Oceans

Summer Party

Dance & MusicFri 16 Feb '24BrisAsia Festival Logo

About the Festival

BrisAsia Festival is one of Brisbane’s premier events for cultural placemaking, creative and artistic innovation and community wellbeing. Celebrating Brisbane’s cultural and creative voice, our Asian cultural heritage and our place in the world, the sounds, sites and tastes of Asia flow through a three-week-long cultural immersion of concerts, parties, community events, cultural learning experiences and storytelling across live and digital platforms.

Supporting our next generation of creatives, the festival forges meaningful creative partnerships with industry stakeholders, emerging artists and experienced professionals, helping to drive cultural change, ignite creative and economic innovation and build bridges between the local economy and the creative sector to support our future social, cultural and economic wellbeing.

About the Festival Producers: Sounds Across Oceans

Sounds Across Oceans is a not-for-profit arts organisation dedicated to promoting community harmony and wellbeing through innovative cultural programming across styles, genres and artforms. Inspired both by ancient and contemporary values SAO works to generate creative platforms where people from all walks of life can reach their creative potential. Through workshops, residencies, concerts, education programs and discussion forums SAO builds bridges between cultures and communities, supports cultural knowledge sharing and uplifts and connects people of diverse cultural and creative backgrounds.

Our team of producers for BrisAsia 2024 includes Gemma Truong (Utopia Entertainment), Menaka Thomas, Minh Nguyen, Lani Gibbins and Loic Robillot. 2024 festival program partners include the Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane Powerhouse, Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, Fish Lane Arts Precinct, Big Fork Theatre and Shoku.

BrisAsia Live Fellowship 2024

The BrisAsia Live Fellowship provides a platform for young emerging artists to build skills in intercultural collaboration, creative experimentation and live performance. Through an expression of interest (EOI) processes artists from the disciplines of music, dance and visual art will be selected to participate in the BrisAsia Live Creative Residency, where they will work alongside professional collective of artists to create a new show, The Shape of Us, that will be presented at the Brisbane Powerhouse during the festival.

About BrisAsia Live

BrisAsia LIVE, Brisbane’s premier intercultural creative residency, explores dynamic perspectives on interdisciplinary art-making, intercultural collaboration and cultural knowledge sharing. This year’s residency, titled The Shape of Us, explores themes of synergy and transcendence.

The residency will explore the mediums of live improvised music, movement and visual art. The creative collective will include renowned Indian Classical Mohiniattam Dancer Bindu Rajendren, versatile Violinist and artist lead Chi Lui Flora Wong, Vietnamese-Australian harpist and visual artist Lake Kelly, talented Henna artist Sarala Surisetty, brilliant percussionist Tsoof Baras and breath-taking Chinese folk and classical soprano Zi Wang.

Supported by the Brisbane Powerhouse.

About the Official Media Partner

As Australia’s most diverse broadcaster, the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) holds a unique place in the Australian media landscape, inspiring all Australians to explore, respect and celebrate our diverse world and in doing so, contributes to an inclusive and cohesive society.

Today, SBS is a modern, multiplatform media organisation with a free-to-air TV portfolio spanning six distinctive channels in SBS, NITV, SBS VICELAND, SBS Food, SBS World Movies and SBS WorldWatch; an extensive radio network providing over 60 communities with services in their own language; and an innovative digital offering, including SBS On Demand, available to audiences anytime and anywhere.

Lunar New Year 2024 with SBS and SBS on Demand

SBS is sharing the festivity and culture of Lunar New Year with movies, food programs, recipes, documentaries, and more to welcome the Year of the Dragon.

Full Program

Summer Party | Sounds Across Oceans
Fri 16 Feb '24
5:00pm - 9:00pm
Thomas Dixon Centre, 406 Montague Rd, West End
Watch Brisbane light up as we celebrate Asian pop-culture like never before! It wouldn’t be summer if we didn't bring the heat with our huge line-up of talented performers and non-stop entertainment. From your favourite animes coming to life on stage through intricate routines, to Idol cover groups dancing the the night away – get out your pen lights and practice your wotagei and get ready to bring the heat at this Asian Pop party where dance and Japanese Pop Culture fuse for an eclectic celebration. Taking the music off your screens and onto the street - at Summer Party,...
Metropolis | Sounds Across Oceans
Sat 17 Feb '24
3:00pm – 10:00pm
Echo and Bounce , 596 Stanley St, Woolloongabba
Experience the exhilarating fusion of rhythm, creativity, and artistic freedom at BrisAsia Beats: Metropolis! Get ready for a mesmerizing night that unites budding beat makers, dancers, and talented artists. Feel the pulse of the city as you immerse yourself in electrifying beats, while visual maestros transform an inner-city laneway into a captivating canvas of expression. Metropolis pays homage to the heartbeat of the streets, where creativity is the melody that turns chaos into art. This event welcomes everyone, regardless of background, to come together and participate in the celebration of the arts, sharing in a vibrant exchange of positive movement...
Brisasia Dance | Sounds Across Oceans
Sat 17 - Sun 18 Feb '24
Day 1: 10:00am - 8:00pm
Day 2: 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Day 1:, Vent Space , 23 Glenelg St, South Brisbane QLD 4101 , , Day 2:, Queen Street Mall
BrisAsia Dance is amongst Queensland’s largest street dance events, bringing talent across Australia and Asia together for 2 days of exhilarating dance battles and cross-cultural exchange. Featuring Australia’s finest freestyle dancers in Hip Hop, Popping, Locking, Waacking, House, Krump and more – all competing for cash prizes and a coveted Wildcard Qualification for the acclaimed Radikal Forze Jam in Vietnam.Day 1 Day 1 on February 17th will include a full day of qualification dance battles, selecting finalists across 3 categories: Hip Hop, Popping and Open Styles.Day 2 Day 2 on February 18th will see the top 8 competitors in each...
Brisasia Stands Up | Sounds Across Oceans
Fri 2 / 16 Feb '24
7.30pm – 9:00pm
Big Fork Theatre, Level 2, 252 Saint Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley ,
BrisAsia Festival and Big Fork Theatre present: BrisAsia Stands UpCelebrate the immense talent and unique voices of Brisbane’s Asian Australian stand-up comedians and see our city's finest comics take the mic.These local comedy legends have performed on stages across Australia, appearing on television and radio, while supporting some of the hottest touring comedians in the world. They are ready to tear up the stage at BrisAsia Stands Up! Sold out in 2023, line up announced soon.Ages 15+, may contain adult themes and strong language. Under 18s must be accompanied by a legal guardian.Presented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial Media Partner SBS AustraliaSupported by Big...
World Kitchen Brisasia | Sounds Across Oceans
Sun 18 Feb '24
10.30am - 12.30pm
Brisbane Square Library
World Kitchen brings together some of Brisbane’s finest Asia chefs to discuss their passion for food and share rare culinary knowledge passed down through generations. The event includes a captivating panel discussion, delightful food tastings, and an interactive audience Q&A session. The climax of the evening will be a mesmerising live musical performance by the virtuoso of the Indian Sitar, Sudha Manian.Presented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial Media Partner SBS AustraliaSupported byThe Vedanta Centre Southside Restaurant Góc Việt
Whose Language Is It Anyway | Sounds Across Oceans
Fri 9 - Sat 10 Feb '24
7.30pm – 8.30pm
Big Fork Theatre , Level 2, 252 St Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley,
Get laughing with this multilingual improvised comedy show, featuring some of Big Fork Theatre's multicultural performers. See performers use suggestions from the audience to create comedy that smashes through the language barrier. Mixing multiple languages and hilarious situations, you won't need a translator to enjoy the ride!“I haven’t been to anything like this before, it was fun, it was loose, it was cool... I laughed a lot and I felt right at home.” - Nothing Ever Happens in BrisbaneAges 15+, may contain adult themes and strong language. Under 18s must be accompanied by a guardian.Presented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial Media Partner SBS...
Lush On Fish Lane | Sounds Across Oceans
Sat 3 Feb '24
5pm - 9pm
Fish Lane Arts Precinct, South Brisbane ,
Connect through culture at BrisAsia’s inaugural Asian Street Festival, Lush on Fish Lane.Be part of the annual celebration that is BrisAsia Festival and taste mouth-watering culinary offerings by local Asian restaurants Chu the Phat, Bird's Nest, and Southside Restaurant. The program will include the official launch of commissioned street art by local Asian artists Lisa Tran Kelly, Vanghoua Anthony Vue and Mark du Potiers, a Break Dance battle featuring competitors from BrisAsia Dance, roving street performances by the Moon Ensemble and Meow Club and live music from both traditional and contemporary artists. Celebrate culture in Brisbane’s iconic Fish Lane...
Fillow Talk: Meet The Family | Sounds Across Oceans
Sat 17 Feb '24
7:00pm – 8.30pm
Big Fork Theatre, Level 2, 252 Saint Pauls Terrace,, Fortitude Valley ,
Join this fun interactive Filipino comedy experience! Witness our soon-to-be married couple receive your unsolicited relationship advice. Watch the drama unfold and call out the red (or green flags) that you're seeing.Audience members will be welcomed as extended family members in this improvised pamamanhikan (Filipino custom where 2 families formally meet before the wedding).Will love prevail? That really depends on what you, our judgmental relatives, decide.Nominated for Best in Comedy at the 2023 Sydney Fringe Festival.Under 18s must be accompanied by a guardian.Presented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial Media Partner SBS AustraliaSupported by Big Fork Theatre
Southside By Night | Sounds Across Oceans
Fri 16 Feb '24
5:00pm – 9:00pm
Unidos Community Centre, Sherbrooke Red, Willawong
Get ready because Southside by Night is back for another year! Prepare for the ultimate celebration of Brisbane’s Southside, featuring an unforgettable evening packed with the hottest cars, electrifying performances by the city’s top artists and DJs, and mouthwatering authentic street food.This family-friendly event has something for everyone, including special guest performances and pop-ups by legendary local vendors. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere at the Unidus Community Centre on Sherbrooke Red, Willawong. Don’t miss out on this incredible night of music, culture and automotive excellence!Presented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial Media Partner SBS AustraliaSupported by Oizoioi
Awakening | Sounds Across Oceans
Sat 10 Feb '24
7:30pm – 8:30pm
Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, Mt Cootha,
Awakening: Tenzin Choegyal, Chiho Kagaway and Glenn Barry Performance Under the Cosmic SkydomeImmerse yourself in an awe-inspiring live concert exploring three unique perspectives on the timeless theme of Awakening. Join us for an evening with talented indigenous artist/musician Glenn Barry, ethereal sound healer and crystal armonica artist Chiho Kagawa and renowned Tibetan musician Tenzin Choegyal. Set against a backdrop of curated imagery from the Cosmic Skydome, this multi-sensory meditative experience promises to transport audiences to new dimensions.The program will include individual performances by each artist and culminate in a collaboration that interlaces an intricate mosaic of soaring...
Brisasia Partea | Sounds Across Oceans
Sat 10 Feb '24
3:00 – 8:00pm
Chinatown Mall, Fortitude Valley 4006
Returning for its 3rd year, BrisAsia ParTEA, previously happening at various laneways in Brisbane, is a program of exciting events that aim to connect and engage with tea drinkers, food lovers, and local crafters to celebrate new year in a tea-riffic way. Event goers will see the city’s best tea makers come together for a very tasty day. Come taste all kinds of teas all in one place, including everyone’s favorite summer drink - bubble tea! To round out the fun, there will be art workshops, tea tastings as well as tunes sound-tracking the festiviteas.Image Credit: Damon TingPresented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial...
Brisasia Unites: Lunar New Year Concert | Sounds Across Oceans
Sun 11 Feb '24
4:00pm - 6:00pm
The Band Stand, Mt Cootha Botanical Gardens,
Celebrate the Year of the Dragon with a joyous cultural experience for all the family. BrisAsia Unites will showcase traditional music and dance from across the Asian region. Bring your picnic rugs, relax under the shade of the majestic trees, be immersed in the pulsating rhythms of Asia while indulging in the best authentic Asia street food. Experience the enchanting music of Indian flute virtuoso Darshil, a special lunar new year performance by Chinese theatre group The Moon Ensemble, Henna face painting for young and old, traditional dance and much more. Celebrate life and connect with culture at this joyous...
Hanmaum: Kpop Cover Showcase | Sounds Across Oceans
Sat 17 Feb '24
4:00pm - 9:30pm
Thomas Dixon Centre, 406 Montague Rd, West End,
Kpop until you drop at the Hanmaum: Kpop Cover Showcase! With its distinctive blend of addictive melodies, slick choreography and high production values, watch our bustling KPOP coverist community take the stage to bring you thrilling performances from your favourite groups, along with breath-taking visuals and powerful moves that are sure to leave you wanting more. Make sure to grab your lightsticks, practice your fanchants and get ready to bring your craziest dance moves at our Random Dance Play - Come celebrate what has truly become a global phenomenon at HANMAUM: KPOP Cover Showcase!Presented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial Media Partner SBS Australia
In Yo: Light And Shadow – Regional Folklore From Japan | Sounds Across Oceans
Sun 11 Feb '24
10:30am - 11:15am
Carindale Library , Westfield Carindale Shopping Centre, 1151 Creek Rd, Carindale,
Explore the depths of Japanese culture through In Yo - Light and Shadow, a captivating artistic experience presented by the captivating Butoh dancer Yuki Taniguchi and masterful Taiko drummer and Shinobue (Japanese Bamboo flute) player Naoko Yamada.This interactive storytelling adventure will unveil the vibrant tapestry of Japanese folklore, threading wonder through storytelling, rhythm, and graceful movement. Join Yuki and Naoko on a family journey that immerses you in Japan's captivating and diverse heritage, where the interplay of light and shadow, artistic expression, and timeless traditions come together to create a mesmerising storytelling experience for children of all ages.Part of...
Boomerang Banter: An Artistic Yarning | Sounds Across Oceans
Sat 10 Feb '24
10:00am - 11.15am
Boondall Environmental Centre, 31 Paperbark Drive, Boondall,
Children and families will love Boomerang Banter - an artistic yarn between Indian Fusion singer Menaka Thomas and Indigenous artist and didgeridoo player Glenn Barry. Together the artists build a bridge between Indigenous Australian and Eastern cultures through sound and story. Through a delightful creative fusion the ancient cultural traditions of Indigenous Australia and Asia are celebrated, acknowledged and expressed. Traditional wisdom and contemporary artistry intersect as the artist's banter helps young minds forge a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness with nature, the environment and the Earth that sustains us all.Part of the ImaginAsia Children’s ProgramPresented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial...
Southside Dumpling Festival | Sounds Across Oceans
Sun 4 Feb '24
10:00am - 4:00pm
Southside Restaurant, Fish Lane Town Square , 63 Melbourne Street, South Brisbane
Experience Southside Dumpling Festival in Fish Lane. With Brisbane’s biggest line-up of Dumplings and assorted Dim Sum this will be a taste explosion not to miss! Presented by Southside in collaboration with BrisAsia Festival, this delectable dumpling festival celebrates our favourite parcels of pure flavourful joy with an extensive menu of classics alongside signature Southside dishes including their famed Truffle Prawn Toast.For one day only, Fish Lane Town Square and Southside’s outdoor areas will be transformed into a festival to delight your taste buds, with guests exploring a huge selection of bite-sized perfect parcels.Festival entry is $25 and guests receive...
Maithree: Friendship Through Music | Sounds Across Oceans
Sun 4 Feb '24
10.30am - 11.15am
Garden City Library , Garden City Shopping Centre, Cnr Logan and Kessels Rds, Upper Mt Gravatt,
Embark on a heartfelt journey of cultural connection and learn about the spirit of Maithree, an ancient Sanskrit word meaning genuine friendliness and kindness towards others. This unique experience is an ode to the essence of deep respect and friendship, led by two distinguished artists. Susmitha Ravi, a renowned South Indian Carnatic vocalist and Peranya Visitchantaragoon, a celebrated Thai musician and dancer, come together to take children and their families on an exploration of the profound beauty and depth of friendship. Through music, movement and story-telling, Susmitha and Peranya will lead an interactive family exploration of Maithree that will...
The Shape Of Us | Sounds Across Oceans
Tue 6 - Fri 9 Feb '24
6 Feb: 10:00am - 4:00pm
7 Feb: 10:00am - 4:00pm
8 Feb: 10:00am - 4:00pm + 7:30pm – 8:30pm
9 Feb: 7:30pm – 8:30pm

Underground Theatre, Brisbane Powerhouse ,
Apply now for the 2024 Creative Residency →Creative Residency (6 - 8 Feb) BrisAsia LIVE, Brisbane’s premier intercultural creative residency, explores dynamic perspectives on interdisciplinary art-making, intercultural collaboration and cultural knowledge sharing. This year’s residency, titled The Shape of Us, explores themes of synergy and transcendence.The residency will explore the mediums of live improvised music, movement and visual art. The creative collective will include renowned Indian Classical Mohiniattam Dancer Bindu Rajendren, versatile Violinist and artist lead Chi Lui Flora Wong, Vietnamese-Australian harpist and visual artist Lake Kelly, talented Henna artist Sarala Surisetty, brilliant percussionist Tsoof Baras and breath-taking Chinese folk and...
Crow Nicles: The Adventures Of The Common Crow | Sounds Across Oceans
Sat 3 Feb '24
10.30am - 11.15am
Mitchelton Library, 37 Heliopolis Parade, Mitchelton
Delight in the enchanting Crow-nicles, a cultural workshop experience for the whole family. Crow-nicles expands on the original work of Ranjini Ganapathy, an exponent of Bharata-Natyam, a form of South Indian Classical Dance. Ranjini teams up with Japanese Koto virtuoso Takako Nishibori to delve into the fascinating world of the ordinary, yet symbolically rich creature, the common crow. With whimsical charm and cultural significance, the crow takes centre stage as Crow-nicles explores its quirks, idiosyncrasies and adventures. The collaboration between Ranjini and Takako promises an interactive fusion of dance, story-telling and music and a fun educational experience for the...
Soul Gazing: A Sonic Journey Through The Cosmic Skydome | Sounds Across Oceans
Sun 18 Feb '24
2.30pm - 3.15pm
Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, Mt Coot-tha
Art meets science in this immersive multidisciplinary experience blending ancient Sanskrit poetry, narration and music with spectacular digital imagery from the Cosmic Skydome. The collaboration between Indian fusion singer Menaka, producer/DJ Sai Ishan Chand and astronomer Vanessa Porchet from Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium explores universal themes of place, culture, belonging and meaning.Tickets: $20 Adult $15 ConcessionAll ages, bookings required. Ticketing managed by the Brisbane Planetarium.Presented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial Media Partner SBS AustraliaSupported by Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium
Sounds Of Chow Gar | Sounds Across Oceans
Fri 16 Feb '24
7:30pm - 9:00pm
Ian Hanger Recital Hall, Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, 140 Grey Street, South Bank QLD 4101
The Sounds of Chow Gar is an exquisite cinematic portrayal of traditional Chinese solo kung fu forms, set to original music for percussion, strings and electronics. The cinema is accompanied by musicians live on stage, matching the visuals with meticulous timing. Sounds of practitioners' breathing, heartbeats and footwork combine with painstakingly produced original composition by award-winning composer Thomas Green, and a story is told of a Brisbane family who, across generations, upholds an ancient Chinese tradition in Queensland.[vc_video link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieQq2Sn1epM" align="center"]Presented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial Media Partner SBS AustraliaSupported by Shugorei Arts Queensland
Brisasia Stories | Sounds Across Oceans
1 - 19 Feb '24
Museum opening hours
Museum of Brisbane, Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, , 64 Adelaide St Brisbane City QLD 4000
BrisAsia Stories is an initiative designed to tell the story of Brisbane’s cultural evolution and the impact and influence Asian art and culture has had on this city across time. BrisAsia Stories is a vehicle for relationship and partnership building, creative discovery and community connection—a platform to ignite conversations and generate fresh curatorial ideas that bring new voices, perspectives and creations to public attention.Presented by Brisbane City CouncilOfficial Media Partner SBS AustraliaSupported by Museum of Brisbane
Imaginasia | Sounds Across Oceans
3 / 4 / 10 / 11 Feb '24

Multiple locations
Step into the enchanting world of ImaginAsia, a series of interactive workshops perfect for kids and families! ImaginAsia is your passport to the fascinating cultures from Asia. Through captivating storytelling, music and movement, your whole family will go on an adventure, exploring the rich tapestry of art, culture and philosophy that are embedded in Asian culture. Meet an exciting host of talented Australian artists who bring their unique histories and culture to life through their art. The series also features stories from an Indigenous Australian artist, acknowledging the original storytellers of this land. Designed for all ages, ImaginAsia promises...