Exhibitions, displays and installations

Week of Monday 18 September 2017

Monday 18th

Kaylah Truth

50 years after the 1967 referendum, reflect on this historic milestone through the eyes of performing arts students and their creative responses.

Freedom Then, Freedom Now

From citizenship, censorship and the collective good to marriage, miniskirts and mortgages — this reflective exhibition explores freedoms won and lost in Queensland.

The Salon Electric

A celebration of neon signs in Queensland and the Asia Pacific.

Tuesday 19th

Kaylah Truth

50 years after the 1967 referendum, reflect on this historic milestone through the eyes of performing arts students and their creative responses.

Freedom Then, Freedom Now

From citizenship, censorship and the collective good to marriage, miniskirts and mortgages — this reflective exhibition explores freedoms won and lost in Queensland.

The Salon Electric

A celebration of neon signs in Queensland and the Asia Pacific.

Wednesday 20th

Kaylah Truth

50 years after the 1967 referendum, reflect on this historic milestone through the eyes of performing arts students and their creative responses.

Freedom Then, Freedom Now

From citizenship, censorship and the collective good to marriage, miniskirts and mortgages — this reflective exhibition explores freedoms won and lost in Queensland.

The Salon Electric

A celebration of neon signs in Queensland and the Asia Pacific.

Thursday 21st

Kaylah Truth

50 years after the 1967 referendum, reflect on this historic milestone through the eyes of performing arts students and their creative responses.

Freedom Then, Freedom Now

From citizenship, censorship and the collective good to marriage, miniskirts and mortgages — this reflective exhibition explores freedoms won and lost in Queensland.

The Salon Electric

A celebration of neon signs in Queensland and the Asia Pacific.

Friday 22nd

Kaylah Truth

50 years after the 1967 referendum, reflect on this historic milestone through the eyes of performing arts students and their creative responses.

Freedom Then, Freedom Now

From citizenship, censorship and the collective good to marriage, miniskirts and mortgages — this reflective exhibition explores freedoms won and lost in Queensland.

The Salon Electric

A celebration of neon signs in Queensland and the Asia Pacific.

Saturday 23rd

Kaylah Truth

50 years after the 1967 referendum, reflect on this historic milestone through the eyes of performing arts students and their creative responses.

Freedom Then, Freedom Now

From citizenship, censorship and the collective good to marriage, miniskirts and mortgages — this reflective exhibition explores freedoms won and lost in Queensland.

The Salon Electric

A celebration of neon signs in Queensland and the Asia Pacific.

Sunday 24th

Kaylah Truth

50 years after the 1967 referendum, reflect on this historic milestone through the eyes of performing arts students and their creative responses.

Freedom Then, Freedom Now

From citizenship, censorship and the collective good to marriage, miniskirts and mortgages — this reflective exhibition explores freedoms won and lost in Queensland.

The Salon Electric

A celebration of neon signs in Queensland and the Asia Pacific.

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