2018 Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards
M&G QLD announced the Winners and Finalists of the 2018 GAMAA on 7 December, at Bankfoot House Heritage Precinct, Glass House Mountains, supported by Sunshine Coast Council’s Cultural Heritage Levy.
Congratulations to all the Winners and Finalists for their outstanding achievement in being selected for the 2018 Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards.
Winners and Finalists
Logan Art Gallery, Logan City Council for Public art and heritage trails
Miles Historical Village Museum for What War Meant to Miles – Heroes, Hardships and Heartfelt Stories
Sunshine Coast Council for From the Mountains to the Sea; Sunshine Coast Stories
Fassifern District Historical Society, Templin Museum for Madam Weigel – The woman who clothed Australasia
Bundaberg Regional Galleries for Our Town: Children’s Perspectives on Community Through Meaningful Arts Engagement
Logan Art Gallery, Logan City Council for Making Arts Accessible program
Scenic Rim Regional Council for Fires on Top of Mountains
Mulgrave Settlers Museum, Gordonvale for Visiting the Ancestors
Sunshine Coast Council for Bankfoot House Preservation Housekeeping Project
Kathryn Kerswell, Senior Registrar, The University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane
Justin Bishop, Director, KickArts Contemporary Arts, Cairns
Jane Harding, Heritage Librarian, Noosa Library Services, Noosa
Prudence Cawley, Vice President, Buderim Historical Society
Alicia Jones, Member, Gold Coast & Hinterland Historical Society Inc
Iris Skinner, The House of Fashion Curator, Fassifern Historical Society, Templin Museum
Geoff Moore, President, North Stradbroke Island Museum on Minjerribah
NOTE: The judges chose not to shortlist any Finalists in the category Sustainability: Organisations Volunteer Run.
We would like to thank our sponsors Sunshine Coast Council, Brian Tucker Accounting, Public Galleries Queensland and Museums Galleries Australia Queensland.
M&G QLD sincerely thanks the 2018 GAMAA judging panel:
Emma Bain, Director, Redland Art Gallery
Judith Hickson, Curator, Social History, Queensland Museum
John Walsh, Consultant, All Art Services