Win a Golden Ticket for you and a friend for BRISBANE ART DESIGN (BAD) 2019
From savouring that second piece of mid-afternoon cake to ditching work to hit the beach on a sunny day, sometimes it’s good to be a little bad – or a lot BAD if you’re BRISBANE ART DESIGN! The festival is set to bring all kinds of sensory pleasures your way – from Brisbane’s best kept culinary secrets to formidable performances and some of our city’s finest design and art. It’s all about shining a light on some seriously talented Brisbane-centric individuals and sharing their skills with you, celebrating the phenomenal output across emerging, past and practising creatives from our city.
If you’re ready to get your hands a little dirty in workshops or wander the laneways to catch a glimpse at some next-level street art, then listen up. To celebrate this incredible conglomeration of art, food, ideas and experiences, we’re giving one lucky reader the chance to experience some of the best that the festival has to offer – for free!
Join design leaders as they unpack the current design landscape, get up close and personal with performance art duo The Huxleys, sample artisanal food and wine with Brisbane’s culinary heavyweights at the Fish Lane BADtours+, and channel your inner artist as Paper Hands illustrator Holly Neilson guides you through basic watercolour techniques.
The Weekend Edition and Museum of Brisbane are giving you and a friend the chance to win a Golden Ticket to BRISBANE ART DESIGN (BAD) 2019! Enter below for your chance to win.
Don’t want to miss your favourite workshop or talk? You can buy tickets to BRISBANE ART DESIGN (BAD) events here.
Competition closes Monday April 29 at 11:59 pm. Winners will be contacted by email.
Craig & Karl, Triptych (2018). Liu Haisu Art Museum, Shanghai. Image courtesy the artists.
Alfredo & Isabel Aquilizan and the Fruitjuice Factory Studio, “Prototypes” After In-Habit: Project Another Country (2019). Photo by David Kelly.
Kellie O’Dempsey, Becoming Becoming, installation performance view featuring Felix Sampson from Dance North (2018). Photo by Angela Little.
Nicolette Johnson, Spire, Two-Pronged Vase (Ore), Crucible I. Image courtesy the artist.
Derlot, QTZ Chairs. Photo by Florian Groehn.