The Australian Art Collection reimagined / Richard Bell, Judgement Day (Bell's Theorem) 2008

Your Australian Art Collection reimagined

The Australian Art Collection reimagined brings together art from different times and across cultures, we trace narratives of geography — as country, as landscape, as the place we live and work — and we share stories of traversal and encounter, of immigration, colonisation and the expatriate experience. So, how do we tell the story of…

APT8 Kids

With the generous support of the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation, the Children’s Art Centre through APT8 Kids introduces children to ideas, stories, places and histories from across Australia, Asia and the Pacific. APT8 Kids presents 12 artist projects and a publication, featuring artists from Australia, Aotearoa New Zealand, Georgia, Mongolia, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, South Korea,…

GOMA Talks Queensland | What shapes us: Policy and public

What is the current state of public discourse in Queensland and how can ideas become a reality when it comes to planning for Queensland’s future. Listen to GOMA Talks ‘GOMA Q: Contemporary Queensland Art‘ for a discussion of Queensland. Hosted by Paul Barclay, presenter of ABC Radio National’s Big Ideas. Panellists include Richard Bell, artist and…

Everywhen, Everywhere

The Gallery’s Indigenous Australian Art gallery at the Queensland Art Gallery houses a range of works by artists from across the country and across time. When we engage in time-based discussions about the Dreaming, WEH Stanner’s concept of the ‘everywhen’ is useful, unifying and inclusive. ‘One cannot “fix” the Dreaming in time: it was, and…