ISEA2024 Venues

ISEA2024 is hosted in Brisbane (Meanjin). The conference will be held in the Brisbane Convention Entertainment and Centre. 

The workshop program is primarily hosted at the QUT Creative Industries Precinct in Kevin Grove.

The Creative Program is presented across multiple venues in the city, see the map to the right and venue details below.

Conference venue

Brisbane Convention &
Exhibition Centre

Corner of Merivale & Glenelg Street,
South Bank QLD 4101
Accessibility information

The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre is a world-class purpose-built venue renowned for its operational and service excellence. The Centre is located in a unique urban cultural and entertainment precinct in the heart of Meanjin (Brisbane).

The Centre is in a convenient location with easy access to all forms of transport, along with a range of hotels all within walking distance. It is only a five-minute walk away from South Bank Parklands where there are very attractively presented gardens, tourist activities, shopping, food outlets, purpose-built sandy beaches and swimming lagoons and museums including Australia’s newest and most celebrated Gallery of Modern Art.

During their visit delegates can take a brief time out from their conference to experience South Bank’s many attractions. Downtown Meanjin (Brisbane) is just across the Brisbane River where there is excellent shopping and dining.

The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre is officially rated among the top three convention centres in the world by the Association Internationale des Palais de Congres (AIPC). The Centre has maintained the top three positions during three separate surveys of international meeting professionals.

See the Academic Program

Symposium hub

The Edge, State Library of Queensland

Cultural Precinct, Stanley Pl,
South Brisbane QLD 4101
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The Edge is State Library’s space for creativity, ideas and experimentation, with a range of digital tools and resources for makers and creatives.

The Edge will present a series of creative works and be a hub for delegates during their time in Brisbane (Meanjin) For more information

Creative program venues

The Brisbane Powerhouse

Yagara Country, 119 Lamington St,
New Farm QLD 4005
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Brisbane Powerhouse is Queensland’s home for contemporary culture, a magnificent power station of the 1920s reborn as an arts centre on the Brisbane River.

The Brisbane Powerhouse will host Double Vision on the opening weekend. For more information

QUT Art Museum

Queensland University of Technology, 2 George St,
Brisbane City QLD 4000
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QUT Art Museum is one of Queensland’s premier visual art institutions, situated in one of the CBD’s premium locations on the Brisbane river.

The QUT Art Museum will host the exhibition As Above, So Below.

The Cube QUT

Queensland University of Technology, 2 George St,
Brisbane City QLD 4000
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The Cube is one of the world’s largest digital interactive learning and display spaces consisting of 48 multi-touch screens and soaring across two storeys in QUT’s Science and Engineering Centre. The Cube delivers unique interactive digital learning experiences which communicate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) concepts and bring research to the public. 

The Cube will present artists from ISEA2024 as part of the Constellations Bespoke Screens Program

Griffith University Art Museum

226 Grey St, South Brisbane
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Located in South Bank, Griffith University Art Museum hosts curated exhibitions throughout the year in a purpose-built gallery space.

The Griffith Art Museum will host several exhibitions as part of ISEA2024 including r e a:NATIVE, and Press.  

The Griffith Southbank Campus will also host a series of performances and installations. For more information.

Metro Arts

97 Boundary Street,
West End QLD 4101
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Metro Arts exists to ensure new art is created today, tomorrow and beyond. Based in West Village, West End, as Australia’s home for independent contemporary art – we champion all art forms and the creation of thought provoking and exhilarating new work – across dance, theatre, visual art and more. Metro Arts is located in Factory Lane within the thriving West Village precinct in West End. 

Metro Arts will host a series of exhibitions and performances as part of ISEA2024. For more information.

QUT Creative Industries Precinct, QUT The Sphere

Z9 Block, Kelvin Grove Rd &, Musk Ave, Kelvin Grove QLD 4059

The precinct houses the Faculty of Creative Industries, Education and Social Justice in purpose-built teaching and learning spaces, including performance spaces, visual art galleries and music studios.

The spaces are designed to make the creative process more visible, with windows and viewing panels allowing anyone to watch the work as it happens.

The campus is home to the Design Lab, and XR Screen Futures research group

QUT will present workshops, talks, exhibitions and screenings at the Creative Industries Precinct and The Sphere. More information


SAE Creative Media University College (SAE)

Jane St, West End
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SAE Creative Media University College (SAE) is a state-of-the-art four-storey campus, located in Brisbane’s creative hub west end.

SAE will host the exhibition, Ethos.

SAE will also present exhibitions and performances in nearby venues, including Time Changes Everything // Everything Changes Time

University of the Sunshine Coast

UniSC Sunshine Coast
90 Sippy Downs Drive
Sippy Downs QLD 4556
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The University of the Sunshine Coast, UniSC, will present the Strange Weather exhibition, and will host a unique field trip.




45 King St, Bowen Hills
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Artisan is a not-for-profit organisation providing leadership and advocacy for the craft and design sector for over 50 years. Located in a vibrant hub of King Street, artisan offers exhibitions, public programs, workshops and a retail space. 

Artisan will host Bone Drift, a workshop and evolving exhibition by Helen Pynor and Lizzie Crouch. More information.

Queensland Multicultural Centre (QMC)

Queensland Multicultural Centre
102 Main St,
Kangaroo Point QLD 4169
For accessibility information, contact venue.

The Queensland Multicultural Centre (QMC) is one of Brisbane’s most iconic exhibition and events venue, located directly under the world famous Story Bridge on the historic Yungaba site. It is the home of BEMAC, Queensland’s most dynamic producer of the work of culturally diverse artists.

QMC will present Voices of Hakka Women.


Unit J/241 Station Road, Yeerongapilly 4105 QLD
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KEPK is a multi level creative space in Meanjin (Brisbane) which comprises an art gallery, imaging studio, artist studios, and event space. Our focus is to provide a temporal housing for experimental creative projects. Our collective intention is to enable other creative practitioners.

KEPK will present an evening of performances and installations. More information.

Outer Space

420 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley
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Outer Space is a not-for-profit contemporary arts organisation located in the Judith Wright Centre, 420 Brunswick St, Fortitue Valley. Outer Space collaborate with artists and artworkers to develop, make, and present critically engaged creative practice in a supportive professional environment. Dedicated to fostering a sustainable creative community in Brisbane that engages local, regional, national and global contexts. 

Outerspace will present ISEA2024 artist Amanda Bennetts’ Stealth Care: Wellness from the Algorithm.


53 Holland St, Northgate
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ARM Hub is an agile robotics, AI and design for manufacture industry hub. The ARM Hub is at the forefront of industrial transformation, building strong local supply chains and preparing companies for success in global markets.

The ARM Hub will present an afternoon of robotic performances and provide an opportunity to tour UAP.  

ISEA2024 acknowledges the Turrbal and Yugara as the First Nations owners of the lands where the symposium will be held. We pay our respects to their elders, lores, customs and creation spirits. We also acknowledge and pay respects to all First Nations peoples across the continent and beyond Australian shores.