2021 GAMAA trophies by Michelle Yeatman, courtesy of Yarrabah Arts and Cultural Precinct.

M&G QLD is excited to announce the Finalists for the 2021 Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards (GAMAA).

The Winners will be announced in a virtual presentation on Tuesday, 14 December at 5:30 pm AEST.

Register now and we’ll send you a link!

We thank everyone who submitted nominations to this year’s GAMAA and encourage you to continue in your great efforts and to consider nominating in the future.

See above for details of the 2021 GAMAA Announcement.



Artspace Mackay for Ron McBurnie; In Search of Arcadia artist-in-residence program

Australian Age of Dinosaurs, Winton, for Our past, your museum. Building a sustainable Museum of Natural History in Outback Queensland

Brisbane City Council for City-wide Outdoor Gallery Augmented Reality Art Treasure Hunt

Gladstone Maritime Museum for Relocation of Museum to East Shores Parklands

Ingham Family History Association Inc. in partnership with Sandi Robb History and Heritage Consultant for Re-Discovering Buk Ti: Chinese settlers in the Lower Herbert Valley

Logan Art Gallery for Our stories and designs

Museum of Brisbane for Bauhaus Now exhibition

Noosa Regional Gallery for Floating Land: point to point

Queensland Museum, South Bank, for I Do! Wedding Stories from Queensland

Queensland Women’s Historical Association, Brisbane, for High Society 1860–1960 – an exhibition of evening attire worn to theatrical and social events in early Brisbane

Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts, Townsville, for Legacy: Reflections on Mabo exhibition

Wondai Regional Art Gallery for Gallery Extensions


Captain Adele Catts, Army Museum South Queensland, Brisbane

Jill Hogrefe, Girl Guides Queensland Archive, Brisbane

Billie-Jo Ogilvie, Artspace Mackay


We would like to thank our sponsors Public Galleries Queensland and AMaGA Queensland. 


Debra Beattie

General Manager, Museums & Galleries Queensland

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