Regional Queensland Touring
The Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) is committed to extending the reach of the Collection, exhibitions and programs to all Queenslanders, regardless of geographical location through touring exhibitions and related services.
The Gallery recognises its responsibility to provide access to the Collection and to engage with a variety of Queensland communities. It also recognises the considerable challenges inherent in delivering these services, due to Queensland’s geographic decentralisation and the diversity of needs and capacities this represents.
QAGOMA touring services include a comprehensive Collection-based touring exhibition program; the staging of public programs and educational tours; the facilitation of kids ‘On Tour’ programs; the provision of professional development opportunities, programs of assistance to regional galleries; and best-practice models of museum operation.
Touring Exhibitions and Programs
‘Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7’ presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art’s flagship 2012 exhibition, ‘The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’. Read more
In 2014, the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Children’s Art Centre presented the interactive exhibition‘Jemima Wyman: Pattern Bandits’ (05 April – 02 November 2014). Following the success of this exhibition, the Children’s Art Centre has developed a program for children and families across local regional and remote Queensland communities. Read more
`Ever Present` presents a broadly chronological history of photography from 1850 to 1975, drawn from the Queensland Art Gallery’s international art Collections. Read more
'Ah Xian: Metaphysica' features bronze busts from the Gallery's Collection of an ongoing series by the Chinese-Australian artist Ah Xian, best known for his contemporary use of traditional Chinese cultural motifs, materials and techniques including porcelain, bronze, jade, lacquer and cloisonné. Read more
‘Transparent’ explores the breadth and diversity of watercolours held in the Gallery’s Collection. It demonstrates the medium’s important role in Queensland’s visual history from its earliest colonial beginnings. Read more
‘Backstage Pass’ is a professional development opportunity for regional Queensland arts workers designed to promote, encourage and advance the development of best practice with regard to the visual arts in Queensland Read more