Leave a lasting legacy by gifting artwork to the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA). Gifted works become part of a significant Australian public art collection, where they will be expertly cared for and enjoyed by future generations.
Donors are acknowledged on the credit line of the donated works and at the appropriate Foundation membership level based on the value of the artwork when gifted. All works acquired by the Gallery must conform to QAGOMA's Acquisitions Policy.
Cultural Gifts Program
Artwork donors may be eligible for tax benefits under the Federal Government's Cultural Gifts Program. The program encourages corporate and personal philanthropic support for the arts in Australia.
The Cultural Gifts Program offers donors the benefit of a tax deduction for the market value of their gift under Subdivision 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.
For more information on the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, please visit arts.gov.au/cgp.
Find out more about donating a work of art to the Gallery by contacting the Foundation:
T: +61 (0)7 3840 7262
Joy Roggenkamp, Australia 1928-1999 / Thunder and lightning, Glasshouse Valley c.1990 / Watercolour on paper / Gift of Ross McCowan in memory of his wife Joy Roggenkamp through the QAGOMA Foundation 2014. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery / © The artist. View full image
Hao Zhou, China/Japan b.1960 / 10 (from ‘Hope - Aspiration in the abstract’ portfolio) 2012 / Lithograph on paper, ed. 36/70 / Gift of the Tolman Collection, Tokyo, through the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation 2014.
Richard Bell, Kamilaroi/Jiman/Kooma people, Australia b.1953 / Judgement Day (Bell’s Theorem) 2008 / Synthetic polymer paint on canvas / The James C Sourris, AM, Collection. Gift of James C Sourris, AM, through the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation 2013. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery / © The artist.
IN THE WORLD OF GIVING TO THE ARTS, IMITATION IS TO BE TOTALLY ENCOURAGED.PHILIP BACON, AM