Watch ‘My Space Program: The art of Peter Hennessey’ writen and directed by Andrew Frost.
Recently we highlighted how UQ Art Museum engages with students, but we only briefly touched on our great friends SoFA.
Drawing from his Indigenous and European heritage, Christopher Pease combines Aboriginal iconography and Western painting traditions to explore the relationship between these two cultures.
Alumni Friends of UQ Collection Study Room, located on the top floor of UQ Art Museum, provides a customised space for students, academics and the community to examine artworks from the UQ Art Collection under supervision.
July 2015 View this post on Instagram Keep smiling. #smile #smiley #cute #gravestone #tombstone #art #artmuseum #sunny #day #uq #university #universityofqueensland #campus #stlucia #brisbane #queensland #australia A post shared by @ sheng_yuen on May 31, 2015 at 10:17pm PDT June 2015 View this post on Instagram What a beautiful exhibit at the #UQArtMuseum by #PeterHennessey …
“We have an opportunity to be the most creative learning environment on the planet. In a university environment everyone is interested in knowing ‘why’ – it can test and stimulate learning and cause us to think deeply – it’s all possible here.”
– Dr Campbell Gray, Director, UQ Art Museum
About the artist “There is a compelling narrative element in Lisa Adams’s paintings that connects to her personal journey as an artist and the resolve and commitment she brings to her work. I think we can all identify with her and the challenges she sets herself – the desire to pursue and attain our goals.” …
UQ Arts/Laws student Olivia Back has volunteered with UQ Art Museum since 2014. Working closely with UQ Art Museum’s Senior Registrar Kath Kerswell, Olivia has managed to find a place in the Art Museum where her passion for art and the law meet.