What happens at the intersection of Science and Art? Is the creative mind so different from that of a scientist or researcher? In these three short, sharp sessions we’ll learn about the melding of minds to create three truly inspiring outcomes. Join us to explore these unlikely alliances and their creations.
Image: Deb Mostert (2019)
Deb Mostert's art practice is 30 years young and involves drawing, painting, small sculpture and public art. Interested in Rhopography (from rhopos, meaning trivial objects, small wares, trifles) and collections...View Profile
Alinta Krauth is a multidisciplinary new-media artist, interaction designer, and co-founder of EphemerLab. She is also a researcher of interactive art for more-than-human situations and spaces, including the use of...View Profile
Coming from Australia, but born in Oklahoma, Jason Nelson is a creator of curious and wondrous digital poems and fictions of odd lives, builder of confounding art games and all...View Profile
Heather Janetzki is collection manager for the bird and mammal collection at Queensland Museum. Her role involves preparing and registering specimens for the collections, assisting researchers and artists in using...View Profile
Liesel Zink is an award-winning Australian choreographer who draws from science and sociology research to create public-space performances that have been presented around Australia, Asia and Eastern Europe. She received...View Profile
Joshua M Donellan is an author, poet and teacher who has performed at the Sydney Writers’ Festival, TEDxBrisbane, the Sydney Opera House, Brisbane Festival and some very prestigious basements. His...View Profile
Peter Denham joined the Queensland Museum Network last year as Director Collections & Research. Peter was previously Director of Curatorial, Collections & Exhibitions at the Museum of Applied Arts &...View Profile
What You Get
The Nucleus our brand new licensed bar will be open prior to and after each performance.
Check out our website to plan your night.
Arrive early as there is limited capacity and we don’t want you to be disappointed.
All gigs at The Nucleus are general admission and as such seats cannot be reserved.
Where is The Nucleus?
The Nucleus is located directly opposite the entrance to the Queensland Museum, Level 2, Corner of Grey and Melbourne Street, South Brisbane.
Are you old enough?
This is a licensed venue so bring along your ID to show at the entry and at the bar. Minors must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Can I buy food?
Yes! The Nucleus will be offering light food options and non-alcoholic beverages.
What if it’s raining?
The Nucleus is undercover but if in doubt check our website for any last minute changes.
To discuss your access requirements and to book any access services for performances, please call the World Science Festival Brisbane 07 3840 9103.
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