Exhibit in the Tony Gould Gallery

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The Tony Gould Gallery is an intimate gallery space located on the ground floor of the Cremorne Theatre.

Named for the founding Director of QPAC, the Tony Gould Gallery provides patrons and visitors with a changing program of entertaining exhibitions curated by QPAC Museum. The exhibitions feature items from the QPAC Collection, local collectors and touring exhibitions, with a recurring theme of celebrating live performance.

The Tony Gould Gallery is located on the ground floor at the entrance to the Cremorne Theatre, facing the river and about half way along the side of our building. The closest parking is at the Performing Arts Car Park, although the Grey Street entrance to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre is also close by.

The Tony Gould Gallery is open 10am to 4pm, from Tuesday to Saturday during exhibition seasons. Free admission. Find the latest exhibition program information here.

The QPAC Museum

The QPAC Museum collects and preserves the Queensland's performing arts heritage, as well as maintaining QPAC's event archives, and provides community access to the collection through exhibitions and research facilities.

The collection consists of over 75,000 items including costumes, photographs, set and costume designs, programs, recordings, scrapbooks and artefacts. Our extensive collection of performing arts publications and resources has been put together over many years and includes items of interest to cultural historians, producers, researchers and the general public.

Researchers can view the collection by appointment, or explore the QPAC Museum online database.

For further information contact the QPAC Museum curator on (07) 3840 7362 or email collections@qpac.com.au.

Picture Queensland

Picture Queensland - images of Queensland, its people and places, past and present.

Picture Queensland was launched with 6,000 images from the photographic collection of the State Library of Queensland's John Oxley Library and will continue to grow as digitised images are added to the collection. 

Find out more about Picture Queensland here.