Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, ‘The boy who couldn’t sleep’, 2017. Painted wood, buffalo horn, 56 x 127 x 74 cm. Photo: Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, courtesy of the artist and Moore Contemporary.

Touring exhibitions

M&G QLD manages a high-quality touring exhibitions program to provide access to contemporary visual arts practice for regional and metropolitan communities.   

The program showcases the work of Queensland, Australian and international artists.

24,450

recorded visitors have seen our touring exhibitions this year.

252

artworks are currently travelling across the country.

17,428

kilometres travelled this year as part of our touring program.

On the road

In development

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National Exhibition Touring Support (NETS)

M&G QLD is the Queensland agency for the National Exhibition Touring Support (NETS). NETS Australia is a website that features an online directory of available touring exhibitions as well as exhibitions on the road.  

Book an exhibition, submit your own tour-ready exhibition, or see what exhibitions are currently touring.  

Installation view of long water: fibre stories exhibition at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane. Courtesy of IMA.

Submit a touring exhibition

Interested in submitting an exhibition proposal as part of our touring program? Start by downloading our guidelines. 

Touring exhibition proposal information

Exhibition Skills Development Workshop, Hervey Bay, 2017. Courtesy of M&G QLD.

Skills development training

M&G QLD provides skills development workshops in areas such as exhibition installation and handling, education and public programming, curatorship, lighting, exhibition development, exhibition interpretation and audience development.

Request training

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Enquiries

Exhibition Development and Touring

Museums & Galleries Queensland

07 3059 9740
[email protected]

An artwork by Elisa Jane Carmichael and Sonja Carmichael consisting of ghost net, fibres and fish scales
Elisa Jane Carmichael and Sonja Carmichael, ‘Circle of Life and Light’ (detail), 2019. Ghost net, wire, nylon fishing net, synthetic fibres and fish scales. Dimensions variable. Photo: Carl Warner.
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