QUT Art Museum presents a diverse program of contemporary exhibitions, which are free and open to the public, as well as a range of public events and education programs.
QUT Art Museum is the custodian of the QUT Art Collection, which is displayed regularly in exhibitions, as well as in public spaces at our Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove campuses.
The collection has a history of strong and adventurous commitment to contemporary art, and the majority of works date from the 1960s onwards.
There are more than 3,000 objects in the collection, including paintings, sculpture, ceramics and works on paper, mostly by Australian artists.
A focus area of the collection is the William Robinson collection of works that numbers more than 320 objects.
The collection has a strong and adventurous commitment to contemporary art, and the majority of works date from the 1960s onwards.
Visiting QUT Art Museum
Opening hours and prices
Admission is free.
QUT Art Museum is open to the public Tuesday to Sunday. The museum is closed on Mondays, public holidays and during exhibition changeover periods.
QUT Art Museum is located at our Gardens Point campus, next to the City Botanic Gardens and walking distance from the centre of Brisbane and South Bank.
Food, drink and shopping
There is a range of other food and retail outlets at Gardens Point. The campus is also a short walk from extensive dining and shopping options in Brisbane's CBD and across the river at South Bank.
Booking a function
While you're at Gardens Point
During your visit to our Gardens Point campus, you'll also be able to enjoy a number of other cultural venues on campus.
- Drop in to the historical house museum and the William Robinson Gallery at Old Government House, or just relax on the lawns and verandas outside.
- Grab tickets to one of the professional or student productions at Gardens Theatre.
- Visit The Cube at our Science and Engineering Centre and interact with one of the world's largest interactive STEM education spaces..