2 George Street
QUT Art Museum and our sister gallery, William Robinson Gallery, are two of Queensland’s premier visual art institutions, situated in one of the CBD’s premium locations on the Brisbane river.
QUT Art Museum offers a diverse suite of in-house curated exhibitions drawn from the university’s extensive art collection, as well as commissioned art projects, and touring exhibitions. The William Robinson Gallery, nestled in the beautiful setting of Old Government House, is proudly dedicated to the display of works by Australia’s pre-eminent landscape artist, William Robinson.
The exhibitions are free and open to the public, and complemented by a range of public events and education programs.
Placed at the heart of Brisbane City and QUT University, the gifts of thought leadership, academic excellence and innovation keep exhibitions and programs innovative and inspiring. The Museum and Gallery seek not only to contribute to the cultural vibrancy of Brisbane and Queensland at large, but also to the nation’s cultural capital. The environments are inclusive, friendly and unintimidating so that everyone in the community has the opportunity to participate in exhibitions and programs that expand inquisitive minds through an experiential learning environment.