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Current Education Resources

For information on current and upcoming exhibitions please visit our Exhibitions page. This may assist you further with planning your self-guided visit.


Current

QAGOMA Collection Resource

QAGOMA Collection Resource

NEW!

The QAGOMA Collection Education Resource features artworks from the Gallery's Collection. Designed for primary and secondary levels, the resource introduces artists and themes from QAGOMA's Indigenous Australian and Australian art collections.

Students can create their own worksheet for use during a Gallery visit and access information for classroom learning. Includes artist information, concepts, artwork images plus questions to stimulate discussion. Also features accompanying teacher notes with relevant curriculum links. A glossary of art terms and map of Indigenous Australia are included.

Selected artworks from current exhibitions and displays are highlighted to assist teachers in planning a self-guided visit: 

Also featured are selected artworks from the publication, 'Roy and Matilda: The Mysterious Music', available to purchase from the Gallery Store.


Collection Displays

For the location of the following collection displays, please see the QAGOMA site plan.

International Collection

International Collection

QAG│Gallery 1 & 2 and Philip Bacon Galleries (Gallery 8 & 9)

Displays key works from the International collection, including historical International: European and British art to 1900 (Gallery 1 & 2), Empire and image (Gallery 8) and twentieth-century Modernism (Gallery 9).

Exhibition information for all levels

Australian Collection

Australian Collection

QAG│The Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Galleries (Galleries 10, 11, 12 & 13)

Displays the Gallery's collection of Australian art from the European occupation of the continent to the 1970s.

Exhibition information for all levels

Asian Collection

Asian Collection

QAG│Philip Bacon Galleries (Gallery 7 & 8)

Displays historical Asian art to early modern (Gallery 7) and Empire and image (Gallery 8), drawing attention to the intersecting cultural histories in the region.

Exhibition information for all levels


General Resources

The following two resources provide teachers with strategies to facilitate student engagement with the Gallery’s exhibitions and collection.

Making meanings: Artists and ideas

Making meanings: Artists and ideas

Student Worksheet for Secondary Students
Teacher notes


Additional Exhibition Resources

The following online resources can further assist teachers with planning their self-guided experience at the Queensland Art Gallery ǀ Gallery of Modern Art.