Albert Street is celebrating the start of World Science Festival Brisbane with a pop-up pocket park celebrating the intersection of science and art.
The street will be filled with green mountain lounges (affectionately known as ‘mounges’) where you can rest and unwind for lunch while listening to the sounds of Glenn Christie’s ‘Tinkerbell’, an instrument made entirely from recycled materials. Pocket park designed and created by artist Nicole Voevodin-Cash.
This event is weather dependent.
Visit Brisbane City Council’s website to find out more about the Vibrant Laneways program here.
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