QAGOMA 50+, the Gallery's public program for people over 50, provides a range of events for people wanting to gain knowledge through cultural and leisure activities. Programs are held regularly, exploring the Gallery's Collection and current exhibitions through special talks, lectures, courses, after-hours events and more. To make a booking to a QAGOMA 50+ event, please email email@example.com or telephone (07) 3840 7144.
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'The Founding Years 1895 – 1915: A Collection for Queensland'
CONVERSATIONS WITH CURATORS
Thu 16 Apr, 2.30pm | Lecture Theatre, QAG
In this program where you ask the questions, join David Burnett, Curator, International Art and Michael Hawker, Associate Curator, Australian Art, QAGOMA, as they reveal behind the scenes insights into this fascinating exhibition. Free, no bookings required.
'Michael Parekowhai: The Promised Land'
INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM DAY TALK
Mon 18 May, 2.30pm | Exhibition spaces, GOMA
This program celebrates the spectacular He Kōrero Pūrākau mo Te Awanui o Te Motu: story of a New Zealand river 2011 piano work which crosses boundaries between sound, sculpture and performance. Dr Nicholas Ng, musician, composer and ethnomusicologist will be in conversation with Maud Page, Deputy Director, Collection and Exhibitions, about work and will finish with a special performance.
Free, bookings required / Book online or call (07) 3840 7144.
‘David Lynch: Between Two Worlds’
TALK AND SCREENING | The Elephant Man 1980 M
Wed 27 May, 5.15pm | Cinema A, GOMA
The Elephant Man 1980 is a biographical film directed by David Lynch, recreating the life of Joseph Merrick a severely deformed man living in 19th century London. Join Dr Lisa Bode, Lecturer in Film & Television Studies, The University of Queensland for insights into this seminal Lynch film, as she delves deeper into the film’s style, meaning and critical reception, and its enduring implications for how we consider and empathise with those who are physically deformed. Following this talk from 6.00pm enjoy a screening of The Elephant Man 1980.
Please note that a valid ‘David Lynch: Between Two Worlds’ film pass is required to attend the screening component of this program. The talk is free to attend and no bookings are required.