Brisbane Festival present Museum of the Moon

2 - 11 September

Explore the mysterious side of the moon.

Brisbane Festival is back this September with an out of this world installation.

Experience the majesty of the planets like never before. West Village is the place to be this year, as we contemplate and gaze up at the spectacular large-scale Planet Series by UK artist, Luke Jerram.

Museum of the Moon

Since the beginning of humanity, the moon has remained a great source of inspiration, acting as a ‘cultural mirror’, reflecting the ideas and beliefs of people the world over. The moon has been interpreted as a god and as a planet. 

It has been used as a timekeeper, calendar and a source of light to aid nighttime navigation. Cultures around the world have their own deep historical, cultural, scientific and religious relationships to the moon, yet somehow, despite these differences, the moon connects us all.

The first in a series of three awe-inspiring large-scale installations by Luke Jerram at West Village, Museum of the Moon is a fusion of lunar imagery, moonlight and surround sound.

Ever been in awe of the mystery and majesty of the Moon? Come and see it up close!

2-4 Sep and 6-11 Sep
West Village, West End

Presented by Brisbane Festival and West Village.