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5Cs award on 02.02.2012
Winner in the All Around Brisbane groups “Anything Historical” challenge on 30.03.2013
Challenge winner of featured work in the group Capital Cities Of Australia on 17.12.2011
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Challenge winner in the Art & Collectables Sales Group in March 2011
Challenge winner in the Just Fun Group Challenge in 2011
Challenge winner in the Australian Capital Cities Group in 2011
Runner Up in the Preserving History "May Avatar’ challenge on 01.05.2013
Runner Up in All Around Brisbane “Your Choice” challenge on 17.12.2012
5th in Your Country’s Best “Most Popular Image” challenge on 01.05.2013
Top Ten Winner in Artists Universe on 10.05.2012
Top Ten winner in The Group’s Architecture Challenge on 09.04.2012
Top Ten challenge winner in South East Australia on 14.02.2012
Top ten challenge winner in A Home Somewhere on 30.03 2011
Located on Brisbane Historic Site
Nikon D700 & Nikkor 14-24mm lens.
The Old Museum was originally called the Exhibition Building and Concert Hall. It was built in 1891 for the Queensland National Agricultural and Industrial Association after Brisbane’s first exhibition building, which had occupied the land, was destroyed by fire on 13 June 1888. At the time of the fire the building was being used as a skating rink.
The land had been used by the Queensland Acclimatisation Society from 1863-1875.
The new exhibition building was designed by the architect George Henry Male Addison (1857–1922). The style of the building may best be described as progressive eclecticism. It is entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.
The Queensland Government took over control of the building and grounds when the National Association was forced into liquidation by the economic depression in 1897.
In 1899, the Exhibition Hall became home to the Queensland Museum, with the museum remaining in the building until the museum’s relocation to the Queensland Cultural Centre in 1986. During the Queensland Museum’s 86 years in the building, other parts of the building were used as a Concert Hall and an Art Gallery. Because of the Queensland Museum’s long occupancy of the building, the building is now known as the Old Museum.
The Old Museum building is home to the Queensland Youth Orchestras, who use the building as a rehearsal, performance and office space. The building is also home for the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra, Queensland Youth Choir, Queensland Wind and Brass, Brisbane River City Clippers Barbershop Chorus, Queensland Rhythmic Gymnastics Organisation, Queensland Police Pipes and Drums and the Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre Company.
The play Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare, was also presented in the Old Museum building in 1989. Members of the cast included Geoffrey Rush and Jane Menelaus.
The Old Museum building was also used as one of the sites for the 1980s Australian series of Mission: Impossible.