Last Seen is a poignant and inspiring creative showcase, pairing vision-impaired Australians with renowned artists and composers to depict their last, or most cherished, visual memory. The multisensory exhibition and performance bring to life powerful stories through art, music, soundscapes, and short film.
An Exhibition to Save Sight
Hosted by Queensland College of Art
This multisensory exhibition partners ten influential artists with vision impaired Australians to depict their last, or most cherished memory before their sight deteriorated.
Compelling and powerful stories, with a poignancy that will resonate, are brought to life in a stunning display of specially created art, soundscapes and short film.
The exhibition pioneers new ways experience and access the arts with the use of soundscapes, tactile art and a voice-activated guide accessed through smart devices.
A Performance to Save Sight
This emotional and ground-breaking performance partners ten influential artists and ten composers with vision impaired Australians to depict their last, most cherished memory before their sight deteriorated.
Presented by the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University and featuring the Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra and Choir with the Voices of Birralee, The Last Seen Concert brings poignant and powerful stories to life through music, art and short film.
Conducted by Peter Morris, the repertoire will debut original and inspirational works from ten renowned Australian composers.
An exciting collaboration with Griffith Film School will also see filmmakers Dean Chircop, Peter Hegedus, Aurora Scheelings, Herman Van Eyken and Nico Meissner premiere short films, documenting the Last Seen journey.