L-R: Heidi Chan, Eleanor
Brimblecombe and
Toukie Wood

The ongoing collaboration between the School of Music’s composition students and the UQ Art Museum’s exhibitions continues in 2017.

This year, Bachelor of Music (Honours) students, Heidi Chan, Toukie Wood and Eleanor Brimblecombe, are composing new works responding to the themes of the exhibition The Dust Never Settles at the UQ Art Museum.

The UQ Art Museum will come alive with music composed in response to artworks that engage with some of the most pressing issues of our times, offering encounters that veer between perilous devastation and loss, dark histories, and the fragility of traditions and hope. 
Michele Helmrich, Curator of The Dust Never Settles

The Dust Never Settles centres on works by contemporary artists who probe at cultural, environmental and psychological histories that remain unresolved. Others reflect on traditions that reverberate or are threatened. The concert premiering the new compositions brings The Dust Never Settles to a close on Sunday 30 July 2017 in the UQ Art Museum at 6 PM.

FREE. Places limited. Please RSVP to avoid disappointment.

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29 Oct 2017