The On-Campus Art Program aims to enrich campus life by connecting the UQ Art Collection with the University community. Works from the UQ Art Collection are exhibited in multiple sites on UQ campuses. UQ is passionate about its Art Collection and the benefits of sharing this public resource with staff, students and the wider public.

Spaces are assessed for the On-Campus Art Program with the following considerations: 

  • Public spaces such as foyers and meeting rooms are given priority.
  • Artworks are highly fragile. Spaces that are narrow, cluttered, directly sunlit or undergoing renovation and maintenance work are not suitable. 
  • View artworks previously used in the On-Campus Art Program here

For further information please contact:
Nicholas Ashby 
On-Campus Art Program Manager
334 68781 | n.ashby@uq.edu.au 

Art on campus displayed in the University’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience, St Lucia campus.

Bessie Nakamarra Sims, Jorna Napurrurla Nelson, Wendy Nungarrayi Brown, Lyn Nungarrayi Sims, Marlette Napurrurla Ross
untitled 1996. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Collection of The University of Queensland, purchased 2001. © Licensed by Viscopy, 2015.