QCA Galleries are a facility of the Queensland College Art. Exhibitions, guest lectures and artist talks are programmed throughout the year with exhibition opportunities available to students, staff and external exhibitors. Exhibitions are free and open to the public.
We aim to foster experimentation and innovation while providing a forum for research, ideas and exchange. Exhibition programming varies across our four gallery spaces, with a primary focus on contemporary art and design, research, curatorial projects and connections between artists from South East Queensland and beyond.
QCA Galleries are comprised of four exhibition spaces – the Project Gallery and Webb Gallery, both located at the QCA South Bank campus; the White Box Gallery located at the QCA Gold Coast campus; and POP Gallery, which is off-campus in Woolloongabba.
Exhibiting with QCA Galleries
QCA Galleries accepts applications from all exhibitors. Priority is given to students at the Queensland College of Art, but proposals from external exhibitors are encouraged. Applications to exhibit are accepted only twice per year, in March and September. Applications are currently closed.