Bree Di Mattina is one of three 2018 UQ Visual Arts Curating and Writing students behind the popular Summer Mixer exhibition series at UQ Art Museum.
This year, we’re asking you to participate in our artistic program. Be part of Lara Merrett’s painting project High Stakes, contribute to John Baldessari’s Wall Painting, or choose an artwork to hang in our gallery spaces. These projects are part of UQ Art Museum’s extended research inquiry that will use art and the university …
UQ Student Taylor Hall curates ‘Hold, Everything’ for the ‘Summer Mixer’ exhibition series.
In recognition of her leadership and contributions to education in the field of registration and collection management, Kath Kerswell has been presented an ARC Achievement Award at the 2018 Australasian Registrars Committee conference.
Opening at UQ Art Museum on 24 November 2018, Play On: The art of sport will feature the winners and other key works by leading Australian artists from all five instalments of the prize, encompassing painting, sculpture, video, drawing, and mixed-media installation.
Brittany-lea Traverso is one of three UQ Visual Arts Curating and Writing students working under the guidance of professional UQ Art Museum staff to curate an exhibition as part of the ‘Summer Mixer’ suite.
This is the first film created by Reko Rennie and connects the artist with his Grandmother’s story as a member of the Stolen Generation.
Shirley Macnamara was raised in Camooweal, Queensland and on pastoral properties throughout the Barkly Tableland.
Hilary Thurlow is undertaking her Honours in Art History at UQ (expected completion October 2018), she has been a UQ Art Museum digital communication intern, and has volunteered with us at UQ Art Museum, at Griffith University Art Museum and at QAGOMA.
UQ student Amelia Brown is currently undertaking an Arts and Science Degree with majors in Art History, Ancient History and Archaeological Science. Just prior to beginning her final year of study, Amelia undertook a 2017/18 Summer Research Scholarship, generously supported by Drs Edward (Ted) and Christine Dauber. She worked alongside fellow intern Emma Davis within …