Exceptional acoustics, large main and rear stages, an orch…
Tony Gould Gallery is an intimate space located on the ground floor at QPAC’s Cremorne Theatre entrance.
Named for the founding Director of QPAC, Tony Gould Gallery offers a changing program of entertaining exhibitions curated by the QPAC Museum to showcase and share Queensland’s vibrant theatrical history.
QPAC Museum collects and preserves Queensland’s performing arts heritage and offers the community access to the collection through its exhibition program and research facilities. Our fascinating collection consists of over 80,000 items including costumes, photographs, set designs, costume designs and drawings, scripts, programs, posters, clippings, artefacts and ephemera. An extensive collection of performing arts publications has been developed over many years and includes items of interest to cultural historians, performing arts researchers and the general public.
Researchers can view the collection by appointment or explore the QPAC Museum Online Collection.
Our collecting areas encompass circus, dance, music, opera, theatre, festivals and outdoor entertainment. This may include:
For audio/visual and sound recordings, please consider the National Film & Sound Archive.
If you are interested in donating to QPAC Museum’s Collections please read our Donation Guidelines and either complete the Offer of Donation form online or print a copy and send it back to us.
Show & Tell series
In this first episode of our Show & Tell series, we explore the QPAC Museum’s collections to discover Australia's Queen of the Air.
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.
We pay our respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestors of this land, their spirits and their legacy. The foundations laid by these ancestors - our First Nations Peoples - gives strength, inspiration and courage to current and future generations, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, towards creating a better Queensland. Queensland Government’s RAP Acknowledgment of Country