Woolloongabba Art Gallery

Established in 2004, the Woolloongabba Art Gallery has quickly become one of Queensland’s leading galleries, dedicated to the exhibition and sale of quality contemporary art. Representing a stylistically varied selection of local and Australasian art by established and emerging artists, Woolloongabba Art Gallery’s regular exhibition program is complemented with substantial stockroom holdings of works by represented artists. With an ethos stepped in cultural appreciation, the gallery sources its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander exhibitions through 100% owned and operated art centres.

Located in the heart of Woolloongabba, the gallery boasts three exhibition spaces and operates in direct response to the need for continued dialogue in Australia’s multicultural future. Represented artists cross all mediums, from sculpture to photography, painting to installation, works on paper and ceramics. Both a homegrown and international authority on contemporary art, Woolloongabba Art Gallery has placed works in private collections throughout Australia and overseas, with many works also purchased by major Australian art galleries and museums.

Inspire your artistic desires, add to your collection, or embark on your first foray into the realm of art collection – with the Woolloongabba Art Gallery eager to impart expert advice on maintaining or establishing a rewarding art collection. Offering more than 50 years’ combined experience, the two directors are industry leaders in the contemporary-art field.

Combining passion with expertise, the team constantly liases with interior design and architectural professionals and offers art consultancy on art collections for the beginner as well as the serious investor.

WAG also offers a number of professional services to artists and clients through it’s in-house design and production studio named Harry’s Collar.

Sevices include:

– artwork photography
– invite & catalogue design
– multimedia development

WAG’s active commitment to growing a continued dialogue across remote communities lies also in its dedication to developing useful services and computer software. This software was created to communicate and enable important health and education messaging for various clients including governmental and non-governmental bodies.

At the end of 2012, a new exhibition space for hire (WAG Upstairs) was opened. This allows the gallery to extend it’s services to the community and explore new art experiences.

Opening Hours

Tuesday – Friday   10am-5pm
Saturday    10am-3pm