Public Programs

Make art a part of your 2017

UQ students Jacob Warren, Isabella Baker, and Sarah BradleyPhoto: Simon Woods

UQ students Jacob Warren, Isabella Baker, and Sarah Bradley
Photo: Simon Woods

“Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.” ― Banksy

It’s great to be back from the summer break – the UQ Art Museum team is refreshed and ready to deliver our 2017 program and we want you to be part of the action! Here’s how you can make art a part of your 2017 at UQ Art Museum:

• Are you a UQ student looking to boost your professional experience? Apply for a range of student opportunities including funded curatorial or registration internships as well as volunteer and front-of-house positions (applications close 8 March 2017)
• Search our Collection Online or look for artwork across the UQ campuses in many buildings and public spaces
• Check out our 2017 program of exhibitions
• Get along to a public program – panel discussions, curator talks, music performances, student classes and more
• If you don’t live locally, you can listen to many of our programs via our SoundCloud
• Delve deeper with artist interviews and videos
• Immerse yourself in art and critical writing as you flip through one of our exhibition catalogues on ISSUU
• Join our community of supporters who are making a significant impact on the cultural life of UQ students and the wider community. Donate today or find out more about our special programs for donors
• Make us part of your day: follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
• Sign up to our mailing list
• Join the UQ Society of Fine Arts (SoFA) – sign up via www.uqsofa.com or Facebook

We’re open every day from 10.00 am – 4.00 pm and we look forward to welcoming you to UQ Art Museum soon!

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