Design Tracks: The next generation

Design Tracks is a highlight in the QAGOMA Learning calendar. Each year the Gallery works closely with program partners at GILIMBAA to bring together Indigenous Australian artists, designers and leaders in the creative industries to connect with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students. Now in its fourth year, 2019 will see alumni return…

Tambo State High School Students / Photograph: Henri van Noordenburg

Art as exchange: Arts learning for all Queenslanders

Art as Exchange brings together artists, teachers and arts workers for a series of workshops as part of QAGOMA’s commitment to arts learning for all Queenslanders. Terry Deen and Henri van Noordenburg have travelled across the state to visit community arts organisations, art classrooms and regional art galleries to discuss the success stories, opportunities and…

Design Tracks

Design Tracks: Creative pathways

What happens when a bunch of developing artistically talented and deadly Indigenous teens come together for Design Tracks Creative Pathways to work through creative challenges in the company of an amazing line up of Indigenous mentors, educators, designers and artists? They nail it! Creative Pathways Program Residential Camp Together, through the Design Tracks Creative Pathways Program…

Art as exchange

Learning staff are travelling to five regional communities to deliver digital storytelling workshops with secondary students and regional arts education roundtables with arts educators. The first round of host venues include: Cairns Regional Art Gallery, Pinnacles Gallery Townsville, Gladstone Art Gallery and Museum, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery and Dogwood Crossing. Miles will co-facilitate the program…

Reshaping Student Learning

Authentic arts experiences in the Gallery context play an important role in students’ learning. The Learning team has been building a solid platform of Q&A programs over the past 18 months where secondary students can question and inquire about the Gallery’s contemporary art collection and major exhibitions in an open mic format. More than 320…

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…