We All Dance is about creating and sharing stories through…
Bring life to the performing arts, and the performing arts to our lives.
As one of Australia’s largest and busiest Performing Arts Centres, QPAC is a leader in arts education seeking to engage people through live performance, enriching lives and enabling active participation in civic life. With over 1.3 million visitors each year, QPAC is a place where Queenslanders can experience the power of the performing arts, where communities can meet and participate in creative experiences.
As QPAC moves towards increasing accessibility for more and more people to be inspired by the live performances, we need your support.
QPAC is a not-for-profit organisation and receives a contribution to operational funding from the Queensland Government. We rely on the support of generous individuals and are extremely grateful for the support of our donors, trusts and foundations which allow us to present and produce ground-breaking programs and events.
Students of dance, theatre, music, fashion and design from all over Australia can attend a dress rehearsal of Don Quixote or Giselle at a discounted price. Tickets for The Student Movement also include a free Official Program and access to a pre-performance talk between QPAC Scholar in Residence Professor Judith McLean and Guest Curator Leo Schofield AM.
Out of the Box is a biennial festival for children eight years and under, held at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC). The festival takes pride in its history as a national leader in programming for young children, nurturing children's creativity and imagination.
Continue the journey to discover how Before, During, After was created.
This program is delivered by two of Australia’s arts leaders; writer Libby Hathorn and composer Elena Kats-Chernin. Before, During, After is a space to share stories and new ideas – where you can meet and interact with leading professional artists, to share the love of arts and literature. The program aims to engage children with literature and the creative process through questioning, and examining what it means to be an artist and how artists arrive at their original ideas - connecting children with their artistic and literary potential. Presented by the Siganto Foundation