We’ve unlocked the Collection

QAGOMA’s campaign to ‘Unlock the Collection’ publicly launched in early 2021, with the goal of raising $5 million to increase digital access to the Collection and position the Gallery as leader in digital content creation. In late 2022, the QAGOMA Foundation successfully achieved this fundraising target, thanks to the generous support of more than 660…

Where to with web3?

That’s a question for 2022 QAGOMA Digital Resident Jessie Hughes. In recent years, the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdowns have disrupted how audiences experience art, while the emergence of digital marketplaces and technologies like non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have created new ways for artists to engage with their viewers. In response to these rapidly changing conditions,…

Unlocking the collection: Project digitise

As part of QAGOMA’s Collection Online project, the Gallery joins forces with Queensland University of Technology (QUT) for a new Digital Residency, writes Tonya Turner, that will reveal how digital experiences can best engage virtual and on-the-ground visitors. The residency will break new ground in understanding how visitors engage with art and digital interactives across…

Unlocking the Collection: A conversation with Paul Taylor

Paul Taylor has been a member of the Gallery’s Board of Trustees and Foundation Committee since 2017 and is currently Chair of the QAGOMA Collection Online Campaign, which is the focus of this year’s Foundation Appeal. Through the Taylor Family Collection, Paul Taylor has generously helped the Gallery to secure several major artworks. These include…