Christian Thompson: Ritual Intimacy installation view, Griffith University Art Museum 2017 Photography: Carl Warner
Carly Scoufos, Unstable Surface Tension 2005-06, finstallation view, Griffith University Nathan campus, 2017. Photography: Carl Warner
On Campus Exhibition Program
The On Campus Exhibition Program offers an ongoing exhibition program to staff and students of Griffith University. Works from the Collection are selected for display throughout the University’s building and environs, in a program designed to foster an appreciation for contemporary art. Approximately 14% of the Collection is on display at any one time, displayed throughout fifty buildings across the five Griffith University campuses. Our policy directive is to put artwork in relatively high-traffic zones so the work is seen by as many people as possible, and contribute to an atmosphere where works from the collection become part of an everyday experience for students and visitors to the campuses.
Griffith University Art Museum welcomes visits from schools, universities and community groups. Our staff can provide free introductory talks and exhibition tours as required. Contact us via email to book a visit.
Education Kits for teachers and students are available for download as applicable. They can be used before, during or after your visit.
Griffith artists in the spotlight at TRACE
15 Aug 2019
Queensland College of Art alumni and lecturers feature prominently in this year’s TRACE exhibition.
Bridging the Gap: Transitioning From Adolescence To Adulthood With ASD
03 Jun 2019
The Griffith University Art Museum is currently hosting Keg de Souza’s exhibition Common Knowledge and Learning Curves, which stems from de Souza’s...
New exhibition reimagines life in the classroom
09 May 2019
A new exhibition at the Griffith University Art Museum invites viewers to reimagine life in the classroom.
Artists unveil epic new works at national exhibition
01 Apr 2019
Queensland College of Art lecturer Dr Julie Fragar and several alumni have unveiled stunning new works for a national exhibition at Sydney’s...