COVIDSafe guidelines for visitors

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QUT Art Museum is open to visitors from Tuesday 16 June. We encourage you to take a look at our COVIDSafe guidelines before your visit.

Virtual tour

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Installation view of Rite of Passage, QUT Art Museum, 2020. Photo by Carl Warner.

Experience our current exhibition, Rite of Passage, by taking an interactive virtual tour of QUT Art Musuem.


Jenna LEE 'un/bound passage' (detail) 2019 | hand-dyed and folded paper installation from pages of 'The Voyages of Captain Cook' Ladybird Book, with video projection | Courtesy of the artist

Jenna LEE un/bound passage (detail) 2019 | hand-dyed and folded paper installation from pages of The Voyages of Captain Cook Ladybird Book, with video projection | Courtesy of the artist

QUT Art Museum is one of Queensland's premier visual art galleries and custodian of the QUT Art Collection. With a focus on contemporary art, the program includes internally curated exhibitions, commissioned projects and touring exhibitions.


a group of people doing art-related public programs at qut art museum

From book clubs and meditation to artist talks, QUT Art Museum boasts extensive education and public programming alongside the exhibition program.

Upcoming events

Our sister gallery: William Robinson Gallery

the william robinson gallery at old government house, qut

Housed in the graceful setting of Old Government House is the William Robinson Gallery, proudly dedicated to the display of works by Australia's pre-eminent landscape artist, William Robinson. The current exhibition, By the Book, is on display until June 2021.
The Gallery is open Sunday–Friday from 10am–4pm. Admission is free.

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Getting here

The Art Museum is situated in the Brisbane CBD next to the Botanic Gardens, and incorporates the William Robinson Gallery, housed in the historic Old Government House.

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