Launching this month, Reframed will see the transformation of train station restrooms into pop-up digital art exhibits across the Sydney metropolitant rail network.
The creative genius behind the installations, outdoor media company, Smartbox introduce the work of up and coming artists. Reframed will feature the work of Brisbane based photographer and stylist, Evelina Fiestisova.
The initiative, which see hundreds of iconic landmarks around the world light up green to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, first began in Sydney – when the Sydney Opera House went green on 17 March 2010, on the 200th anniversary of an historic event celebrating Ireland, hosted by the then Governor of New South Wales, Lachlan Macquarie.
The campaign has gone from strength to strength every year since then, with over 360 sites in at least 51 different countries who took part for St Patrick’s 2019 this past weekend, with lots of new landmarks who signed up to take part this year.
Grab your mouse ears and get ready to party because Disney On Icecelebrates Mickey and Friends as they ice skate into Australia and arriving in Brisbane from June 28 to July 1 as part of a national tour (see full schedule below)! The spectacular ice show celebrates 90 years of the one and only Mickey Mouse and honours Walt Disney’s legacy by bringing acclaimed stories to life on the rink, including the highly anticipated arrival of Disney’s Moana, for the first time on the ice.
Tickets have just gone on sale, from just $33 in time for your school holiday activity planning.
Calling all foodies – it’s time to indelibly ink Friday March 1 and Saturday March 2 in your diaries because that’s the weekend Bite Markets at North Harbour will officially open. A custom-designed fully-fenced 5,000sqm dining precinct of shipping containers, it’s set to be an explosion of 40 flavour makers, creating the biggest food adventure in Brisbane’s North side with dishes under $15!
“BITE represents a new hub for local food creators and food lovers. At home in the fastest growing region of Australia in the Moreton Bay region, we are thrilled to announce that BITE Markets will open on Friday, March 1. BITERS are set for a culinary journey around the globe with dishes from Malaysia to Spain, Italy to Japan, Tibet to Turkey and everywhere in between, all created on-site. Of course, everyone is dedicated to championing local produce.” says BITE Founder, renowned caterer and food reator, Tom Burke.
It’s the first of four grand slams in Tennis and Federation Square will be the site of the LIVE telecast throughout the entire Australian Open season!
Watch it on the big screen at the Pimm’s Pop-Up which is now open to the public through to Sunday 27th January 2019.
All the big names are back as years of rivalry and competition sizzle during the Open’s summer season. Pimm’s garden style bar will host live telecasts while serving up thirst quenching Pimm’s available by the cup ($10) or jug ($34) or perfectly paired with strawberries and cream.
Missed out on tickets to a match?
Rest assured you will not miss a moment with live streaming of the Australian Open on one of Melbourne’s largest outdoor screens perfectly positioned only a few steps away from the bar.
Erina Fair’s long history with Community Connect since 1987 has seen substantial contributions to hundreds of local not for profit and local area organisations over the years. In keeping with that theme, came the creation of “The Giving Room”, a community project that gave local residents a chance to stop and reflect. Continue reading Erina Fair: Recapturing the spirit of Christmas→
South Australian family winery Taylors Wines created a one of a kind experience for wine lovers allowing them to chill with the perfect glass of vino amongst the setting of one of the most illustrious cities in the world. Far from its Clare Valley home, together with Masterchefs, Will Stewart and Steve Flood, presented the world’s first floating cellar door.