The dynamism of this art museum makes it possible to display a wide array of exhibitions. There are works of art from the official QUT art collection where professionalism meets creativity in an effortless blend. There are also works of art by curators who belong to the museum. For the art lover who loves travelling, the touring exhibitions are a quintessential part of a visit to this art museum.
Look out for new exhibition displayed by the museum staff. The students in this region are also adept at their work, and the students’ exhibition is testament to this. From all these exhibitions, it comes as little surprise that the museum is home to one of the biggest art collections in all of Queensland.
For those who want to enjoy a tour of the QUT Art Museum, an excellent place to start is to take any of the wide range of age-appropriate programs. The TEXTA book club for example, runs concurrently with the different exhibitions on location fuse literature with art.
To get the exact schedule and plans for the different exhibitions and programs, look out for the official QUT Art Museum website. Typically, these events are scheduled up to a year in advance so that art lovers can plan their trip itineraries while staying true to the essence of the art collections.
The collection has works from as far back as 1960, creating an eclectic mix of both traditional and contemporary art. The museum continually adds new works of art to the collection so that the number of works of arts continues to grow steadily.
There are a number of facilities on location. The café offers great meals so you can feel reenergized ahead of your visit to the museum. Here, the kids can also enjoy snacks, so do not be afraid to tag the kids along. They will certainly enjoy the artistic environment, especially if they are interested in art and craft.
Public car parks are available at the art museum too. Typical of many public car parks, during peak season these parking slots are limited. A number of paid parking stations are available close to the museum.
The museum is also accessible, so visitors who are physically challenged can enjoy the collections just as much. Note however that this accessibility is without external assistance, so visitors need to plan accordingly. If you are looking for a culturally invigorating trip or are keen on educational tourism, then you can be sure that QUT Art Museum is the place to be. For more information, use the details below to plan your tour.
Address: 2 George Street, Brisbane City, Queensland 4000
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday – 1000 hours to 1700 hours
Saturday and Sunday – 1200 hours to 1600 hours
Mondays and Public holidays – closed
Phone Number: (07) 3138 2000
Ticket Prices: Free admission
Distance from Brisbane CBD: 0.8 kilometers