Delightful ways to play and interact with the museum experience   

Museum of Brisbane’s Play Moves leads the way in immersive and participatory museum experiences.

Museum of Brisbane (MoB) has created a number of successful participatory exhibitions in the recent past, including RMXTV and Storytellers: Next Chapter. Its latest iteration and the summer blockbuster, Play Moves, pushes the boundaries even further. It allows audiences to break the norms of standard traditional gallery viewing by actively inviting viewers to interact physically with the artworks.   

In announcing the exhibition, recently departed MoB Director and CEO, Renai Grace, said: ‘People of all ages and abilities can surrender themselves to the art of play.

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Suzannah Conway is ArtsHub's Brisbane-based Arts Feature Writer. Suzannah is an experienced arts administrator, having been CEO of Opera Queensland, the Brisbane Riverfestival and the Centenary of Federation celebrations for Queensland. She has been writing reviews and music articles for over 15 years and regularly reviews classical music, opera and musical theatre in particular for The Australian and Limelight magazine as well as other journals.