• <strong>Ethel Carrick Fox</strong> / England/France/Australia 1872–1952 / <em>On the beach</em> c.1909 / Oil on canvas / Gift of the Margaret Olley Art Trust through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation 2011 / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery
  • <strong>Joe Ngallametta</strong> / Kugu Muminh/Kugu Uwanh people / Australia QLD 1945–2005 / <em>Thap yongk (Law poles)</em> 2002–03 / Carved milkwood (<em>Alstonia muellerana</em>) with synthetic polymer paint and natural pigments / 15 components: 182 x 250 x 250cm (installed, approx.) / Commissioned 2002 with funds from the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation Grant / © The artist / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery
  • <strong>Roland Wakelin</strong> / New Zealand/Australia 1887–1971 / <em>The bridge under construction</em> 1928 / Oil on composition board / Purchased 1994. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation Grant. Celebrating the Queensland Art Gallery’s Centenary 1895–1995 / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery / © Roland Wakelin Estate

ABOUT THIS RESOURCE

The QAGOMA Collection Education Resource features Indigenous Australian and Australian artworks. The resource allows you to generate a worksheet that can be used during a self-guided visit*.  Select View Artworks to see works included in this resource. Features include:

  • artwork profiles organised by Collection area, theme and teaching level
  • sub-themes to further refine your selection
  • artwork images plus short artist biographies and information about the artworks
  • suggested discussion questions and activities
  • a glossary of art terms
  • Teacher notes with curriculum information




SCHOOL BOOKINGS

For more information on scheduling a class visit to the Gallery click here or email educationbookings@qagoma.qld.gov.au.

Warning: It is customary in many Indigenous communities not to mention the name or reproduce photographs of the deceased. All such mentions and photographs in this resource have been reproduced with permission. However, care and discretion should be exercised in using this resource within Indigenous communities.

*Please note: Some works may not be on display during your visit to the Gallery. Display status is indicated with each artwork profile.