Explore contemporary Indigenous art

The QAGOMA Learning team delivers professional development programs to empower Queensland teachers with practical and enjoyable approaches to explore contemporary Indigenous art in the Gallery and in the classroom. Our recent program emerged out of an increase in the number of requests from educators for more on Indigenous perspectives and incorporating this in the classroom…

The art of tackling dementia

Angela Bensted, Your Time Magazine visited the Gallery and joined one of our free Art and Dementia discussion-based tours designed for visitors living with dementia and their carer. Each tour takes approximately one hour and focuses on specially selected artworks. There’s a tight group huddled around an artwork at the Queensland Art Gallery on a…

Join the livestream for our Cindy Sherman Q&A for secondary schools

The days of the gallery asking all the questions are over.  QAGOMA Learning wants to hear the voice of young people.  The art practice of Cindy Sherman is a perfect opportunity for QAGOMA to explore the ambiguities of visual culture with students who are exploring contemporary ways of thinking about and making art. Sherman’s work…

Reconciling Futures

Education is a key player in bridging gaps and reconciling histories with futures. Like-minded thinkers in the Cultural Precinct are combining resources and investing time into the future of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and design. QAGOMA Learning, Gilimbaa: an indigenous creative design agency, the State Library of Queensland’s kuril dhagun and Asia Pacific…