Bryan Nason AM was captivated by the magic of theatre from a young age.
QPAC’s exhibition celebrated his life and work, warmly conveying the quality, variety, longevity and uniquely self-determined nature of his theatrical endeavours.
Brian was an exceptional Queensland theatre maker and founder of the much loved Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe, Bryan dedicated his life to bringing joy to thousands, all in the company of actors.
What's in an Object?
This novel and thought-provoking exhibition put the spotlight on seven performing arts heritage objects usually stored away in QPAC's museum collection.
Get caught in a Web of Love
Inspired by two love stories, Web of Love featured ten paintings that visualised Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and Liang Shanbo and Zhou Yingtai.
Bass Viol donated to QPAC Museum
A handmade string instrument and bow are the latest additions to the QPAC Museum Collection.
Ask a Curator Day
QPAC Exhibition Manager Maria Cleary answers your questions on Ask a Curator Day.
Jarjums Life Museum
Jarjums Life Museum is a museum made by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Jarjums.
Behind the Scenes at the QPAC Museum
The QPAC Museum Collections Store houses more than 70,000 items that all form part of the story of Queensland’s performing arts history.
Behind the Scenes
Our Behind the Scenes series takes you on an exclusive journey into the heart of QPAC, where the magic of the stage comes to life.
Five Minutes with ... Jonathan Biggins
We spent five minutes with Jonathan Biggins who starred in The Gospel According to Paul he’s pure PJK with his wit, intellect and ego.