Art speaks many languages

August is Queensland Multicultural Month and a visit to QAGOMA can be someone’s first experience of another culture. Guided tours at QAGOMA provide an accessible and enjoyable way to celebrate cultural diversity. Volunteer Guides regularly offer tours to visitors from a range of cultural backgrounds and locations. Visitors from overseas are usually keen to see…

Explore contemporary Indigenous art with QAGOMA Learning

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…

On the Look Out for teachers

“The Look Out teacher program is one of the few Professional Development opportunities directly related to art and artists rather than education”. [Look Out participant comment] Working with curators and artists to develop resources and workshops is integral to the Gallery’s professional development Look Out program for teachers. The collaborative nature of our programming enables us…

Students experience world cultures and histories through APT8

The development of educational resources at QAGOMA is a collaborative endeavour – and a very enjoyable one. Learning staff work closely with curators, as well as film editors, and design and multimedia teams to create relevant and fun resources for schools. The process is authentic in its relevance to the classroom, as evident in questions…