Cultural Capital is growing our presence in Brisbane, a city with an appetite for urban development that makes a positive contribution to its cultural life. As part of our commitment to Brisbane, we’re proud to announce that Cultural Capital is sponsoring this year’s Brisbane Open House event on the 8th and 9th of October.

“The free Brisbane Open House event offers unprecedented access to around 90 of the city’s most significant and intriguing buildings. A remarkable range of buildings will be participating including Fort Lytton and the Lytton Quarantine Station, Mayne Medical School, Wolston House, and the Queensland State Archives.” Find out more at

Brisbane Open House run a Speakers Series that gathers together influential architects, landscape architects, designers, planners and professionals in conversation to explore the important ideas that shape the city. On Thursday 1st September, Creative Director Mark McClelland will speak on a panel facilitated by Damian Thompson (Lat 27) with Caroline Stalker (Architectus), Dr Catherin Bull AM, and Kerry Doss (Brisbane City Council) discussing ‘The Spaces In-Between’ and how they help to create an inspiring, healthy, vibrant and connected city.

Cultural Capital is also a member of the Brisbane Development Association and is involved in an increasing number of cultural and art strategy projects with developers in the city.