In its landmark 10th year, the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Asia Pacific Triennial looks to the future of art and the world we inhabit.
The free exhibition includes 69 projects with new and recent work by established and emerging artists and collectives. There are stories of how to navigate through time and space, reimagine histories and explore connections to culture and space.
The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT10) is the result of in-depth research by the Gallery’s in-house curators. They have collaborated with artists across wide and diverse geographies, from Australia and the Asia Pacific region.
In addition to the great wealth of materials and techniques — from large-scale installations to immersive multimedia artworks, sculpture, textiles, paintings photography and video — visitors can also explore three curated cinema programs, interactive artist projects for children and families, as well as onsite and virtual events.
APT10 Kids features seven projects by artists from across the Asia Pacific region. The projects celebrate diversity, inclusion and the importance of collaboration and community.
As well as artwork displays and large-scale installations, children can engage with hands-on making and multimedia activities. The QAGOMA website also has activities and videos so you can continue creating art at home.
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