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QUT Art Museum

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WorldTravla7 wrote a review May 2019
Cairns, Australia5,077 contributions340 helpful votes
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I studied & worked at QUT from 2006 to 2012 and visited the Art Museum many times. I recently came back as a patron (still free entry!) and not a lot has changed in over 10 years (same space, layout etc). It’s a small contemporary art gallery that has some interesting work (internally curated exhibitions, commissioned projects, touring exhibitions). Traditional art you will not find as it leans towards edgier post-modern art (sculptures/installation art, use of multimedia, etc). It’s right opposite the Botanic Gardens and a convenient stop off while exploring the city.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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TheShis wrote a review Nov 2018
Tel Aviv, Israel29,113 contributions3,504 helpful votes
This is a rather small museum with contemporary exhibits by Australian artists. We arrived close to closing time and managed to stroll through the entire place in less than 20 minutes, That's 20 minutes too much. The place isn't worth a visit, unless you are truly bored or if it's raining heavily outside and you need shelter for 30 minutes.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Response from QUTPrecincts, Public Relations Manager at QUT Art Museum
Responded Apr 8, 2019
We appreciate that everyone's experience of contemporary art and art galleries are different, so thanks for sharing your opinion, TheShis. We hope you'll head back to see us during another exhibition which may be more to your liking.
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Ellemay 🍹🐠🐳 wrote a review Mar 2018
Sydney, Australia46,984 contributions29,310 helpful votes
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I noticed this little art gallery / museum whilst strolling through the QUT grounds & decide to check out the steel exhibition which was on. I found the exhibits to be extremely interesting. The QUT museum is located next door to Old Government House on George Street campus .
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Albywon wrote a review Dec 2017
Sydney, Australia11,621 contributions1,070 helpful votes
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Emerging Artists exhibition was interesting - reminded me of Primavera which is held annually at MCA in Sydney. Another feature of this exhibition is the postcard packs - $2 for 30 postcards - which is an excellent deal. 2098
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Response from QUTPrecincts, Public Relations Manager at QUT Art Museum
Responded Jan 10, 2018
Thanks for leaving a review of your visit to see The Churchie exhibition, Albywon! It's an incredible exhibition and art prize profiling emerging Australian artists and we're pleased to be able to share it with Queenslanders. See you next time!
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schafer65 wrote a review Nov 2017
Brisbane, Australia119 contributions34 helpful votes
“ ‘The Churchie’ distinguishes itself in giving (Australian) emerging artists a unique opportunity to work directly with curators”. We went to catch the Curator-talk which was informative and gave a glimpse into what a Curator actually does. Access to the side galleries is by a couple of stairs or ramp. There was a diverse range of works, some requiring low lighting. Following info might be helpful if you’ve not been to the City for a while … We came by train: got off at Central, then went left at Adelaide St to catch the #40 free red city-loop bus, getting off at Parliament House stop (114?). Then head Gardens-side and follow the narrow ‘campus extension of George St.’ til you find No.2. There’s a campus coffee shop also drinks van close by. Wifi symbol near coffee shop. To return to Central, the #40 loop would let down at Adelaide St but we took free red #50 bus from Margaret St. to let down at Ann St just outside the Station. Good read in the train, free bus to venue, picnic in the Gardens, decent coffee and a stimulating talk around art objects … how’s that for a good day out.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Responded Jan 10, 2018
Sounds like a perfect day out, schafer65! Thank you for leaving a review of your visit and a helpful guide for getting to the gallery. We hope to see you again soon!
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