Some of the Winners and Finalists at the 2022 Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards presentation at Queensland State Archives. L-R: Michael Wardell and Sophie Chapman (Logan City Council), Phillip Tanner (National Trust of Australia Queensland), Colleen Sam (Artist, ‘My story: the unbroken spirit of the Kalkadoons [Kalkadunga]’ exhibition), Tegan Burns (North Stradbroke Island Museum on Minjerribah), Alexandra Tuite (The University of Queensland Art Museum), Tracy Cooper-Lavery (HOTA Home of the Arts), Ebony and Rianna Weribone (daughters of Colleen Sam), Rhianna Patrick (Co-Curator, ‘Island Futures’ exhibition), Aunty Evelyn Parkin (North Stradbroke Island Museum on Minjerribah), Imelda Miller (Co-Curator, ‘Island Futures’ exhibition, Queensland Museum Network), Bianca Acimovic (formerly Rockhampton Museum of Art | Rockhampton Art Gallery), Joy Wilson (Museum of Nursing History, Royal Brisbane Hospital Nurses Association Inc.), Cathy de Silva (Museum of Brisbane), Rachel Arndt (Somerset Regional Council).
2022 Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards
M&G QLD announced the Winners and Finalists of the 2022 GAMAA on 12 December, hosted by Queensland State Archives.
Congratulations to all the Winners and Finalists for their outstanding achievement in being selected for the 2022 Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards.
Winners and Finalists
Organisations with Paid Staff
Cooktown Museum, National Trust of Australia Queensland for Reimagining James Cook Museum in partnership with Relative Creative
Queensland Museum Network for Island Futures: What lies ahead for Zenadth Kes?
State Library of Queensland for The Great and Grand Rumpus