The brains behind some of Brisbane’s best arts initiatives is looking to change the game. Next month will see the official launch of Superordinary, a Brisbane-first multi-arts space encompassing artist studios, gallery spaces, live-music capabilities and an on-site kitchen and bar. The venue is taking shape inside a cavernous Northshore warehouse, with the warehouse’s currently being configured into a mostly open-plan layout subdivided by half-height walls and curtains. Gallery space will be found at the front, kitchen and bar (currently being built by Lowry Group) will occupy the the middle, and artist studios will be accessible at the rear. Superordinary can also be configured to host large-scale festivals, with room for stages inside in the outdoor courtyard. Superordinary’s on-site kitchen and bar will operate as a cafe during the week and a drink-and-snack dispensing anchor point on exhibition nights. It will also host a fluid array of pop-up concepts – including some overseen by guest chefs from Brisbane and interstate. A string of festivities are already planned for weekend of November 18–19 – read all about it in our comprehensive breakdown here.


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