Artworks donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program or by bequest have played a significant role in building The University of Queensland Art Collection, one of the largest public art collections in Queensland. The hundreds of works that have been generously gifted, which are cared for and managed according to the highest international museum standards, are accessible for research and public enjoyment.

To make a Cultural Gift or bequest to The University of Queensland Art Collection first contact the Advancement Manager.

Jade Williamson
Advancement Manager (Acting)
Email 
jade.williamson@uq.edu.au
Telephone +61 7 3365 4007
Facsimile +61 7 3365 9004

Cultural Gifts Program

The Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program encourages Australians to donate items of cultural significance through granting donors tax deductions. More

Bequests

Create an enduring legacy by bequesting an artwork to The University of Queensland Art Collection.
If you would like to bequest an artwork to the Collection, please contact the Advancement Manager.                        

Further information on bequests at The University of Queensland here.

John Passmore (1904-1984)
Self portrait with a scarf 1940
oil on canvas
45 x 40 cm
Collection of The University of Queensland. Gift of Philip Bacon AM to commemorate the University's Centenary through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2010.
Courtesy of the artist's estate