Donate a Work of Art
Visitors to ‘Harvest: Art, Film + Food’, June 2014. In the background: Shirana Shahbazi and Sirous Shanghaghi / Still life: Coconut and other things 2009 / Gift of the artist through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation 2010 / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery
Gifting an artwork to the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) ensures that it becomes part of a significant Australian public art collection, is expertly cared for and will be enjoyed by future generations.
Donors are acknowledged at the appropriate Foundation membership level based on the value of the artwork at the time of gifting. Please note that works of art acquired by the Gallery must further the vision for the Collection as outlined in QAGOMA's Acquisitions Policy.
Potential donors are invited to contact the Foundation for more information on how to donate artworks.
Cultural Gifts Program
Artwork donors may also be eligible for tax benefits under the Federal Government's Cultural Gifts Program, which encourages greater corporate and personal philanthropy towawrds the arts in Australia.
The program offers donors the beenfit of a tax deduction for the market value of their gift under Sudivision 30-A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. Deductions may be apportioned over a period of up to five years. Gifts made under the Cultural Gifts Program are exempt from capital gains tax.
Potential donors are invited to contact the Foundation for more information on how to make a gift of artwork.
For more information on the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, please visit arts.gov.au/cgp