GOMA is officially open!

Fish Lane’s neighbouring cultural institution, the Gallery of Modern Art has officially reopened its doors, with a range of exciting exhibitions and artworks for your viewing pleasure.

GOMA is home to a variety of contemporary art like the new ‘Cut It: Collage to Meme‘ exhibition, and the First Nations artworks ‘Kayili Car Bonnets‘, ‘Welcome to Colour Television‘ and ‘I, Object’.

Meanwhile, at QAG, ‘Mavis Ngallametta: Show Me the Way to Go Home’ showcases the moving work of the accomplished North Queensland artist, while ‘Errant Objects’ on the QAG Watermall includes Ai Weiwei’s towering light installation, Boomerang 2006.

If you’re bringing the kids along, the Children’s Art Centre is the place to be, with Raquel Ormella‘s ‘Now is the Time’ exploring the power of protest and inviting children to find their voice on climate change and the environment. 

The reopening of Queensland Art Gallery and the Gallery of Modern Art is strictly in line with the Queensland Government Roadmap to Easing Restrictions, which allows galleries and museums to open during stage 2 of the COVID-19 recovery. 

Tickets to QAG and GOMA are free, but must be booked in advance. You can book a free timed-entry ticket for QAG, and here for GOMA!

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