UQ Art Museum Director Dr Campbell Gray shares his personal insights into the most generous gift that the arts at UQ have ever received. To ‘leave the world a bit better’ was one of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s measures of a successful life. Paula and Tony Kinnane certainly achieved this. They lived near the UQ campus …
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.
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.
For Professor Ross Barnard, Director of UQ’s Biotechnology Program, art has been a lifelong interest. We chatted to him about his recollections of UQ Art Museum over the years and why he and his wife Bing have joined the Art Museum’s community of donors.