Brisbane Festival

IMB is partnering with the Brisbane Festival to ask the big - and small - questions and discover what makes our city tick. 

Join us for our Sip and Science series where we explore the intersection of art and science through three conversations between artists and researchers; discover Ephemeral - a free art installation by award-winning Atelier Sisu, located in the BOQ Festival Garden at South Bank; and participate in our fun school holiday program!

School Holiday fun at Brisbane Festival

22 September 2022 2:30pm4:00pm
Hop on over to the Brisbane Festival and join us for the IMB School Festival Program! We have a pipetting station, Soils for Science fun, a foldscope activity (and one you get to keep), as well as an opportunity for your little one to 'graduate'. No registration needed. See you there!
People viewing Ephemeral, an artwork of giant bubbles

Sip and Science | The Power of Now

18 September 2022 3:00pm4:00pm
Professor Ian Henderson joins Zara and Renzo from Atelier Sisu, creators of Ephemeral, as they discuss all things art and science. Tickets on sale now!
Patience Hodgson and Mark Blaskovich in banner for Sip and Science: Chemistry and Attraction

Sip and Science | Chemistry and Attraction

11 September 2022 3:00pm4:00pm
Join Patience Hodgson (former front-woman of The Greats and creator of Brisbane Festival 2022's Raise the Roof: LOVERPALOOZA) and Associate Professor Mark Blaskovich from The University of Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience as they get down and flirty!

Sip and Science | Light, Dark and Colour

4 September 2022 3:00pm4:00pm
Join us at Sip and Science at Brisbane Festival and hear from IMB Postdoctoral Research Fellow Dr Enakshi Sinniah and Geoff Cobham, Artistic Director of Patch Theatre Company (ZOOOM) as they discuss all things light, dark and full of colour. Hurry, tickets selling fast!
Ephemeral, an art installation


2 September 2022 12:00am24 September 2022 11:00pm
A free art installation by award-winning Atelier Sisu, located in the BOQ Festival Garden at South Bank.