We hope you may consider supporting the William Robinson Gallery through the areas described below. As a leading Australian university art museum, we not only contribute to the cultural vibrancy of Brisbane and Queensland at large, but also significantly to the nation's cultural capital. We offer a gallery environment that is surprising and inspiring so that everyone in our community has the opportunity to participate in exhibitions and programs that expand inquisitive minds through an experiential learning environment.
The William Robinson Gallery welcomes individual gifts, from monthly or annual donations to major one-off gifts. This kind of support assists in managing and conserving the QUT Art Collection so it is available for display and learning purposes within the William Robinson Gallery, around campuses, or on loan to other institutions. You may like to contribute your gift to another area of our programs such as education experience for specific groups, publications or lecture series. When donating online, please ensure you select 'QUT Art Collection' from the dropdown menu.
For more information phone (07) 3138 7523 (9am to 5pm weekdays).
The William Robinson Gallery and QUT Art Museum welcome the donation of significant artworks that contribute to the collecting areas of the QUT Art Collection – works by William Robinson as well as works by QUT-trained artists, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, and modern and contemporary Australian and Queensland artists. Artworks may be donated directly or through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program.
You may wish to acknowledge the work we do at the William Robinson Gallery in your will through a monetary or artwork bequest – a gesture that will be in perpetuity a contribution to the development of one of Australia's important university art museums and public collections.
The William Robinson Gallery offers unique opportunities for corporate partners to support the Art Museum and the QUT Art Collection. This may include naming rights on individual galleries, exhibitions, publications or research positions.