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Art Gallery

Welcome to the Art Gallery at the University of Southern Queensland.
The Art Gallery in B Block at the University of Southern Queensland Toowoomba Campus is officially open. The new art exhibition space sits within the Bobbie Brazil Building in honour of our former Chancellor, Dr Bobbie Brazil AO. 

The gallery is open Tuesday - Friday from 10 am - 3 pm. Entry to the gallery is FREE

2022 Exhibitions

05 July – 02 September: Southern Queensland Landscapes First Nations Prize

Art tells the story of our landscapes and connects us to our identity, country, and people. The Southern Queensland Landscapes First Nations Art Prize aims to allow First Nations artists from the 28 Nations in Southern Queensland to share their art with others and be recognised for their incredible talent.

In its 34th year, the Heritage Bank Photographic Awards are open to all professional and amateur photographers. The Awards encourage photographers all over Australia to explore their surroundings and capture their little piece of history.
This much anticipated annual exhibition brings together Visual Arts students who have completed their studio practice courses. The artworks are the result of studio development across the disciplines – Ceramics, Printmaking, Sculpture, Painting and Drawing.

The exhibition, was an extension of the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art gallery, which provided a physical platform where local LGBTQI+ voices can be centred, amplified and celebrated. It included pieces from international artist Shannon Novak, whose work consists of socially engaged and collaborative paintings, photography, sculpture and curatorial practices.

The exhibition was accompanied by a community project, titled Dear Toowoomba…, where members of the public were encouraged to write, draw or mark a message for the wall installation, as well as a range of other public workshops and events.

The exhibition marks the 55/30 Anniversary of the University as an educational institution and pays tribute to the Japanese Garden as an icon of our Toowoomba Campus. The exhibition is dedicated to two former colleagues who played pivotal roles in the development and growth of the Garden – the late Dr Adrian Allen OAM and the late Mark Flint. As part of our 55/30 Anniversary celebrations – 55 years since inception and 30 years as a university.