Three new murals by Australian street artists in collaboration with The University of Queensland (UQ) researchers will add colour to Brisbane’s streets in a globally unique art initiative as part of the Brisbane Street Art Festival (BSAF).

The sub-program of the festival, Visualising AI – Science Meets Street Art Co-Lab brings together art and science to create visual representations of artificial intelligence (AI) with the aim of raising community awareness and understanding of AI. UQ AI experts have been paired with up-and-coming street artists ahead for the festival next month to transform multidimensional abstract concepts into visual artworks.

Members of the public can view the mural at the Queensland AI Hub in Fortitude Valley Saturday 8 May, 10am–12pm. Dr Shrapnel and Mr Kamholtz will be onsite to answer questions about the artwork and collaboration.

Street Artist: Damien Kamholtz
Location: QUEENSLAND AI HUB, The Precinct (TC Beirne Building), Fortitude Valley
Date: Saturday 8 May, 10am–12pm

Visit the Brisbane Street Art Festival website for more details on the events.

Read the article on the collaboration

Venue

Room: 
QUEENSLAND AI HUB, The Precinct (TC Beirne Building), Fortitude Valley

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