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Griffith Artworks is the management authority for 2500 objects that make up the Griffith University Art Collection, the On-campus Exhibition Program across 100 sites on five campuses between the Gold Coast and Brisbane, and acts as a Resource/Archive Centre for students undertaking curatorial, art historical and cultural studies at Queensland College of Art Griffith University. Griffith Artworks is also responsible for the management and programming of the QCA Gallery at the Queensland College of Art, South Bank campus.The Griffith University Art Collection was established with the founding...
The gallery is the home of the Logan art collection. It features the Logan art award (national art award) held annually. Logan Art Gallery is a small regional gallery with three main programs; 1) local artists 2) touring exhibitions 3) occasional visiting artists programPrimarily works acquired from the Logan Art Award (no longer operating). Emerging young contemporary artists especially Queensland. The "Logan: A Sense of Place" collection which depicts aspects of the life and history of Logan.
The Museum is a complex comprising different buildings and collections. It includes a display area for vehicles, a jailhouse, a courthouse, a slab hut, social history buildings and a Museum display area.500 items
John Flynn Place houses the Royal Flying Doctor Service Museum. It contains memorabilia of John Flynn, the Australian Inland Mission etc. The Fred McKay Art Gallery houses major works including prize winners from the Ernst Henry Memorial Art Show. The complex also contains the Alfred Traeger Cultural Centre and the Allan Vickers Outdoor Theatre.There are 3 levels in the Museum Building. Ground floor: John Flynn Gallery with memorabilia on John Flynn and the Flying Doctor Service. Downstairs you will find the Radio Gallery, with original Pedal Wireless plus photographs, radios, first aid...
This gallery is primarily for the use of members of the Maryborough Art Society as an outlet for their work. It also shows touring exhibitions and any other exhibition (e.g. photographic) that is of interest to the public. The gallery is housed in a Heritage listed warehouse, with the main gallery space used for changing exhibitions and a second room used for heritage theme works. A small collection of works are owned by the Gallery and periodically shown.50 paintings
The complex is a pioneer village and museum. It comprises eleven weatherboard buildings in original condition: a museum hall (3 buildings); Acutt House - 1930 original home; 1910 ex Methodist Church and Church Vestry; a blacksmith shop; Dairy and three sheds of agricultural and manufacturing machinery including special "sugar cane" collection; and Goodwood Railway Station with rails and small goods carriage used for servicing oil tankers from the "Pier". The buildings are furnished with historical items, including significant collections of agricultural machinery, tools...
The Wide Bay Hospitals Museum is a small museum housed in the Maryborough Base Hospital complex, cared for by a small group of past trained nurses and friends. It contains mostly items pertaining to the hospital and the medical profession. These include originals plans of the hospital built 1887; minutes of board meetings, early records of births and deaths, surgical instruments and apparatus, dental and pathology articles, reference books donated by doctors, and silverware from private section of hospital.Approximately 600
The art gallery was built and opened in 1988 and run by volunteers members of the Cooktown School of Art Society Inc. Local scenes by local artists are featured in this gallery. Approximately 100-150 works are on display. Works are mainly by art society members, with pottery and ceramic pieces available. Most pieces are for sale. A few paintings acquired from annual exhibitions are owned by the art society and are not for sale.Art, contemporary art, drawing, prints, painting, pottery, ceramics, bronze, sculpture and wood carvings.
The Museum has a large collection of photographs covering pioneer families, Aborigines, ex-servicemen from World Wars I and II, and modern photographs - all tracing Theodore's development. The displays include the history of early station families, arts and crafts, a pioneer kitchen and bedroom, Aboriginal artefacts, town plans and farm machinery.
The University of Southern Queensland Art Collection includes nearly 500 works of contemporary Australian Art. They are distributed in buildings throughout the campus. Works from the collection are shown in the University's gallery once a year.500 items of contemporary Australian art. The aim in developing the Collection is to provide a permanent collection of high quality works of visual art which will contribute to the educational enterprise of the University and to the cultural experiences of its members and those of the wider community. Exhibitions of works acquired will be mounted...
The Gallery hosts an exhibition program of over twenty exhibitions per year, which may be touring exhibitions or are locally curated. The Gallery also hosts an annual exhibition of works from the University's art collection, which normally is distributed in buildings throughout the campus.500+
In 1994 the Torres Strait Museum displays were transferred from the old Masonic Lodge on John Street to the underground section of historic Green Hill Fort. The Fort was originally intended as a first line of defence for Australia against sea invasions in the 1855 war and World War II. Rooms of the Fort have been dedicated to different themes of display. The Cordite Store houses the Wanetta Collection - a collection of gifts, souvenirs and collectables put together by Mr Reg Hockings Snr. earlier this century. The defence display is being developed in the Powder Magazine. The Lamp Room...
Historical railway artefacts, housed in Bundaberg's original station building, surrounding by other historical railway building and rolling stock. Large collection of items used by railway staff in past days, photos, plans and drawings, rule books, driving manuals, appendix and daily work books as used in years gone by. Members participate at local functions by displaying and operating individual pieces.The collection provides as well as the obvious large physical static items, a great documentation and photographic history records collection. Our library section contains books and videos...
The Museum is derived from Britain's first social history museum. It was founded in 1934 in England and was brought to Australia after World War II. After nearly 40 years of storage, it now occupies a new building opened in 1986 near Bribie Island, 40 kilometres North of Brisbane. A fine arts and archaeology museum, the museum's collections cover the history of humankind over the last 500,000 years with original artefacts from Europe, Asia, America and Africa and limited collections from Australia. They include works of art, ceramics, glass, metalwork, textiles, sculpture and paper. Each year...
The collection was established in 1945. It comprises almost 1400 works, including paintings, sculptures, decorative arts and works on paper. The collecting focus centres primarily on contemporary Australian visual art and craft. Collection strengths include contemporary prints post - 1960 and ceramics post - 1970; contemporary Queensland art; and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. Small thematic exhibitions drawn from the Collection are held regularly on campus. Large scale touring exhibitions are organised for showing at metropolitan and regional venues. 'Selected Australian...
The collection dates from 1859 to the present and consists of paintings, sculpture, ceramics, photographs and memorabilia relating to the city of Brisbane. It contains portraits of alderman, landscape views of Brisbane city and works by contemporary Brisbane artists. The gallery owns a large collection of photographs and approximately 1400 works of art. It is housed in a ground floor wing of the Brisbane City Hall.52,000 objects, including 1,400 artworks
Housed in a new purpose-built facility, the Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery houses three historical collections and a collection of contemporary Australian works from the 1900s. The historical collections comprise Australian art from 1860-1900s. Australian rare books, maps, documents and manuscripts from the 1600s; and European and Asian decorative arts, furniture, paintings etc from the 1600s. The Gallery also features temporary exhibitions and monthly displays by local artists.Approximately 2,900 items
Contemporary Australian paintings, prints, drawings, mixed media, ceramics and sculpture, including works by William Robinson, Mandy Martin, Tom Risley, Joe Furlonger. Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works. Gold Coast Historical Collection. Evandale Sculpture Walk.Approximately 1,300 works of art
Social history displays of items of cultural and historic interest in a building of historic significance (former School of Arts - National Trust listed). Specialising in photographic displays with large collection of originals and copies. Also needlework and lace artefacts.3500 photographs and continually growing - predominantly on the Maryborough Burnett region, 3000 books, hundreds of files. Wedding gowns 1890-1910.
The Museum is housed in the upstairs portion of a heritage listed building, formerly the ambulance centre. Local arts and crafts are for sale, and the museum hosts workshops for a range of disciplines such as silver smithing, quilting, writing, pottery and painting.The museum's collection includes ambulance memorabilia and a bush nursing collection.

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