This Week in Brisbane
By Kate McCart | Posted in This Week In Brisbane | 14 May 2012 7:01AM
Feed your creative yearning this week with Brisbane going art exhibition crazy. For those craving something a little bit more substantial to fill their bellies, indulge your palette at Peasant's Paella Monday or the Petaluma wine dinner at Sake.
Check out the Seven with Another exhibition before it ends this Wednesday. The exhibition combines the skills of fourteen emerging and established creative leaders in Brisbane to create a joint masterpiece. Fusing the talents of a stonemason, visual effects specialist, silversmith, bassist, boat builder, pattern designer, writer, and photographer, to name a few, this amazing exhibition is not to be missed!
Where: Brisbane Powerhouse | 119 Lamington Street in New Farm
When: Until Wednesday 16th May
Spice up an otherwise boring Monday night with Paella Mondays at Peasant. Paella for two people is only $30, with carafes of traditional Spanish sangria just $20. Talk about bang for your buck…
Where: Peasant | 61 Petrie Terrace
When: Every Monday night
Cost: $30 for two people
Contact: 07 3367 8066
Petaluma Wine Dinner | Sake
Reserve a seat Sake’s exclusive wine dinner and enjoy an evening with Petaluma wine maker, Penny Jones. Indulge in Petaluma wines matched to Shinichi Maeda’s special seven-course menu. Cheers to that!
Where: Sake | 45 Eagle Street in Brisbane CBD Cost: $142 per person
Contact: 07 3339 0999
Karl Shoobridge & Sophie Bottomley Exhibition Opening | Spiro Grace Art Rooms
Have a sneak preview of works by Brisbane-based artists Karl Shoobridge and Sophie Bottomley this Friday evening. Showcasing their ‘Cut Copy Culture’ and ‘In Hand’ exhibitions, pop into Spiro Grace Arts Rooms for a glass of champagne and a gander at our local talent.
Where: Spiro Grace Art Rooms | 255 Gregory Terrace in Spring Hill
When: 6:00 – 8:00pm
Contact: 07 3839 8925
Pop into the Ksubi store to check out Daniel Mckewen’s latest exhibition, Distance. A series of video installations exploring our obsession with beauty, they dissect and reassemble advertisements from fashion magazines into moving images. Exhibiting until the 6th of June, the installation is well worth a squiz.
Where: Institute of Modern Art @ Ksubi | Shop 2, 30 James Street in Fortitude Valley
When: Monday – Saturday: 10:00am – 6:00pm, Sunday: 10:00am – 5:00pm until the 6th June.