There are a number of ways in which you can support the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum.
Volunteers are a vital part of operations at Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum. They help install exhibitions, run workshops, encourage community engagement and bring vibrancy and passion to our space.
There are many areas you can assist, and training is provided.
If you are interested in joining a fun team of like-minded individuals and giving back to the community, contact our Visitor & Volunteer Experience Officer’s on 4976 6766 or email@example.com, or view the Volunteer Information Booklet attached at the bottom of this page.
A number of annual exhibitions and programs have sponsorship opportunities available. Corporate sponsors help bring these events to life and expand the reach and impact of the Gallery & Museum's activities. Sponsorship is in most cases is of a financial nature however other possibilities can be discussed. Our Priceless Past, Golding Showcase and Curtis Coast Literary Carnivale exhibitions have existing sponsorship agreements in place, however Intercity Images, Saiki Children's Day and the Art Awards currently have sponsorship opportunities available.
The Gallery & Museum can tailor a package of benefits to achieve your business, marketing and corporate social responsibility objectives. The Gallery & Museum welcomes the opportunity to speak to your company about upcoming sponsorship opportunities. If you are interested in supporting an exhibition and/or program, please contact us to organise a meeting with the Curator or Public Programs & Promotions Officer.
Sponsorship benefits include:
The Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum is continually adding new pieces to the Art and Heritage Collections. If you have an item/s that you feel may be of value to the Collection, please contact us to organise meeting with the Curator or Heritage Officer to discuss donating options.
Annual art and historical exhibitions often require additional items to be loaned from the community. For example, each year the Arts NAIDOC exhibition invites local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to submit artworks to exhibit, while the Saiki Children's Day exhibition loans treasured objects and traditional Japanese displays from families within the Region.
When donating or loaning items to the Gallery & Museum, both parties will sign an agreement form, outlining the conditions and dates of the donation or loan. With dedicated and trained staff, you know that your items will be given the utmost respect and care while in the possession of the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum.
The Gallery & Museum also accepts gifts, financial donations, and bequests. Consider contributing to the development of the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum Collection by gifting artworks, financial assistance or property. Your generosity can benefit the community for generations to come.
If you are thinking about making a gift in your Will, we welcome the opportunity to discuss your specific wishes with you. All enquiries are treated with the utmost confidentiality. Your solicitor can also provide further assistance and advice on this matter.
For further information or to notify us of a bequest, please visit contact us to organise meeting with the Curator.
For more information about positions available, visit the Career Opportunities page.