The Gallery invites partnership through exhibition sponsorship or business membership of the Chairman’s Circle or the Asia Pacific Council. We work with our partners to develop bespoke opportunities and provide exclusive ‘money can’t buy’ opportunities.
Life-long learning, technology and digital access programs
GOMA Children’s Art Centre projects and exhibitions
Indigenous exhibitions, programming and community engagement
Regional touring and state-wide access opportunities
Annual Gallery Partnerships and forthcoming exhibitions
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QAGOMA sponsors include business, industry, government and wider sectors. We work in collaboration with our annual partners to develop a bespoke program of benefits and creative leveraging opportunities across a range of exhibitions, programs and spaces.
We are proud to work in partnership with some of Australia's leading brands and companies. Our annual partners provide vital support to Gallery activities and benefit from a year-round relationship with the Gallery.
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We recognize that all partnerships are unique. We will work closely with you to develop a strategic benefits package that offers a demonstrated return on your investment and delivers a partnership that reflects real solutions to your requirements. Contact the Gallery to explore further.
Yering Station has proudly supported QAGOMA since 2013.
Victoria's first vineyard, Yering Station, is located in the heart of the Yarra Valley only one hour's drive from Melbourne. Set amongst breathtaking views, superb architecture and beautifully kept gardens, it is a Yarra Valley destination not-to-be-missed.
Art Series Hotel Group is the Official Hotel Partner of QAGOMA since May 2017.
Inspired by and dedicated to Australian contemporary artists, Art Series Hotel Group offers a hotel experience a little extraordinary. Located in the hottest art and cultural hubs, the boutique hotels and Residences are currently found in Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Bendigo.
Asia Pacific Triennial Series is assisted by the Australian Government through the
Australia Council, its arts funding advisory body, and the Visual Arts and Crafts
Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments
We work with brands and companies to support and align with specific exhibitions and programs.
Staff from IKEA inspect Yayoi Kusama’s The Obliteration Room 2014.
Chairman’s Circle members and guests explore Shigeo Toya’s Woods III 1991-92 at GOMA 2014 / The Kenneth and Yasuko Myer Collection of Asian Art. Purchased 1994 with funds from The Myer Foundation and Michael Sidney Myer through th e QAGOMA Foundation and with assistance of the International Exhibitions program / GOMA / December 2014..