Ever wanted to cut through the alternative facts and find out what an actual expert thinks about a burning issue being played out in the media? Got a question you’d love an expert to answer? Sounds like we need to talk!
What does it take to deliver a busy Art Museum program day-to-day, while also making plans two-to-three years in advance? UQ Art Museum’s Project Manager Gordon Craig lets us in on his secret to this serious juggling act and the skills to hone if you’re interested in this line of work.
UQ Art Museum is the best place on campus to have a challenging, provocative and timely conversation about art and ideas, and our Senior Education Manager is one of our key conversation starters.
Michaela Bear was awarded The Donald Tugby UQ Art Museum Renaissance Summer Research Scholarship 2016–2017.
During our 40th year, UQ Art Museum delivered a program of visual art, teaching and learning that provided fuel for engagement across the campus, stimulated conversations and debate, and gave students professional opportunities that will enhance their careers. We’re very proud to present UQ Art Museum’s highlights of 2016: https://goo.gl/tkgniG
“For as long as I can remember, literature, the arts and the challenge of new ideas have compelled my imagination, just as the aspiration to teach and undertake research shaped my life.”
UQ Art Museum in partnership with UQ’s Society of Fine Arts Association (SoFA) presented an opportunity for emerging arts writers who were also current SoFA members and/or UQ Art History and Museum Studies students.