2019 GAMAA trophies created by Queensland artist Lucy Quinn. Photo: Andrea Higgins, courtesy of M&G QLD.

The GAMAA are presented by M&G QLD to honour the achievements of individuals and organisations in striving towards excellence.

Award categories

Projects

Organisations with paid staff

Projects

Organisations volunteer run

Engagement

Organisations with paid staff

Engagement

Organisations volunteer run

Sustainability

Organisations with paid staff

Sustainability

Organisations volunteer run

Individual

Paid staff

Individual

Volunteer staff
2018 GAMAA Winners and Finalists. Photo: Krista Eppelstun, courtesy of M&G QLD.

Nominations closed

Nominations for the 2021 GAMAA are now closed.

The awards are open to all Queensland public/non-commercial * museums, galleries, historical societies, keeping places and other related cultural organisations and the individuals who work in them.

*There are some privately-owned museums and galleries that are eligible to nominate. See nomination form for more information.

Yulu Birra Ba Dancers at the 2016 GAMAA at Redland Performing Arts Centre. Photo: LeAnne Vincent, courtesy of M&G QLD.

2021 GAMAA supporters

Australian Museums and Galleries Association (Queensland) logo
Public Galleries Queensland logo

The 2021 Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards (GAMAA) is supported by AMaGA Queensland and Public Galleries Queensland.

Enquiries

Debra Beattie

General Manager, Museums & Galleries Queensland

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