Artworks ‘pose’ questions about Australian identity
Cross Pose: Body language against the grain / Exhibitions

Artworks ‘pose’ questions about Australian identity

Have you seen ‘Cross Pose: Body language against the grain’? There’s still time! This month Dr Sally Butler provides a personal insight into the curatorial process behind the exhibition currently showing at UQ Art Museum until 9 August. Continue reading

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New to the Collection: Linda Marrinon
Collection highlights / New To The Collection / Works

New to the Collection: Linda Marrinon

In 2014 Michael Eliadis generously donated a group of artworks to UQ through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program – it included Linda Marrinon’s ‘How I hate sexism’ (1982). Read more about this work or see it in the Art Museum during July – you’ll find it on the upper level. Continue reading

How great teachers can ignite a passion for art
Collection Study Room / Five Minutes With... / UQ Community

How great teachers can ignite a passion for art

“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” Albert Einstein knew what he was talking about, and when we chatted with UQ Bachelor of Arts – Art History student Jessica Olding this month, we discovered she’d recently had her own creative awakening, courtesy of a great teacher. Continue reading