The Playmaker
Let's play
PLAYMAKER
  • It's Sunday
    What day is it?
  • Now
    What time is it?
  • Anywhere in Brisbane
    Where are you?
  • What do you feel like?
    What do you feel like?
  • And what else?
    And what else?
  • LET'S PLAY
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Final Call

Six installations have popped up around Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden, all using art to contemplate climate change.
By Sarah Ward
September 17, 2021
  shares
By Sarah Ward
September 17, 2021
  shares

Do your visits to the Sunshine Coast usually revolve around hitting the beach? If so, you're only seeing part of what this Queensland region has to offer. Make a date with the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden in Tanawha until Sunday, October 17, and you can soak in the other side of the Sunny Coast's natural splendour — and see an art exhibition designed to make a statement.

At Final Call, six installations have taken up residence among the garden. Accordingly, you'll mosey around, rove your eyes over the greenery-filled scenery and look at creative pieces. And, whey you spot the artworks, you'll be peering at items created in designed to contemplate climate change.

The roll call of Queensland artists involved is impressive, with Robert Andrew, Courtney Coombs, Caitlin Franzmann, Courtney Scheu and Itamar Freed all contributing, as well as Judy Watson with Tor Maclean and Aunty Helena Gulash.

Checking out Final Call is free, with the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden open daily from 9am–5pm.

NEARBY PLACES

  • List
  • Map

SIMILAR EVENTS

  • List
  • Map

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

Tap and select Add to Home Screen to access Concrete Playground easily next time. x
Counter Pixel