Healthcare products made locally, desired globally

Australia’s Gold Coast has built a reputation for cutting edge research and innovation with locally manufactured health products sought after across the globe. Operating under high Australian standards and locally held intellectual property, Gold Coast businesses are gaining international recognition and demand for quality products and services; from supplements and pharmaceuticals to medical devices and …

Concept designs unveiled for five storey art gallery on the Coast

Concept designs of the $60.5 million art gallery at HOTA, Home of the Arts, have been unveiled as the City prepares to commence works on the next phase. It’s no surprise the Gold Coast is undergoing a cultural evolution with local artists going global, global artists performing in the city and the development of new arts …

All the Sex I've Ever Had – Call out for cast members

In September, internationally renowned Canadian performance company Mammalian Diving Reflex will take up residency at HOTA, Home of the Arts for a month as they prepare for the remarkable performance, ‘All the Sex I’ve Ever Had’.

Interwoven makes its mark at Festival 2018

Interwoven – Marks on the Lands, Marks on the Bodies brought together First Nations people of Australia, Aotearoa (New Zealand), the Pacific, America and Canada in a unique and important evening of performance.

NAIDOC Week Celebrations worth dancing about

HOTA has a fantastic line up of performers scheduled to celebrate the diversity of NAIDOC week at a special Dancing on the Green: NAIDOC Cultural Celebration on Saturday 14 July.

See Change Sand Tracks: Relative Creative

If you were on the beach during the Commonwealth Games and Festival 2018, you may have encountered giant art impressions in the sand. Two local creatives used a tractor and massive rollers to leave their art along the beach between Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach.

Generating Songs to the Earth

Visitors to Palm Beach Parklands during the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018 (GC2018) were given the opportunity to stroll through a forest of musicians, in a live immersive orchestral event entitled Song to the Earth.