Can you imagine how much you would value the last thing you saw if you started to lose your sight?


Over 450,000 Australians are blind or have low vision. Like many things in life that are just expected, eyesight is one of those things we take for granted.

We’ve partnered nine visually-impaired Australians with nine influential artists to depict their last, dearly-held visual memory, before their sight started to deteriorate.

After a sell-out launch at GOMA, the Last Seen Exhibition has now transferred to QPAC for public viewing. It will run from Friday, 15 November to Sunday, 1 December 2019. There is still the opportunity to vote on your favourite Last Seen here. We’ll be announcing the winner when the Last Seen Exhibition closes at QPAC.

Exhibition opens to the public at QPAC from 5.00pm on Friday, 15 November 2019


Last Seen would not be possible without the generous support of many organisations including:

Help save sight today.

Last Seen is an awareness and fundraising campaign to enable the Queensland Eye Institute Foundation to continue its research to save sight.