Who are we?
Australian Museums and Galleries Association (Queensland) Branch Committee
Director, Redland Art Gallery
AMaGAQ President and Director at Redland Art Gallery. Emma has over 19 years experience working in the visual arts and is passionate about public galleries and their development, with a particular interest in programming, audience development and best practice. She is also a Sector Director/Public Officer on the Museums & Galleries Queensland Board.
Phone: 07 3829 8768
Mobile: 0466 453 558
Trudie Leigo Projects (independent consultant)
AMaGAQ Vice President, and master of her own affairs at Leigo Projects. Trudie is passionate about regional arts practice, and about developing exhibitions that are approachable and valuable for audiences of all kinds.
Phone: 0439 807 960
Certified Public Accountant
Treasurer and newly retired proprietor of his long-standing accounting practice, Brian Tucker Accounting. Brian has spent his career specialising in the arts and community sectors, principally providing services to Australian regional and remote communities.
Mobile: 0428 764 071
Hexhibitions (independent consultant)
Joe is an independant curator and consultant at Hexhibitions and has a life-long love of all things museumy and gallerish. Joe is committed to contributing to the sector as part of his role on the AMaGAQ committee.
Phone: 0418 490 079
Karike holds a PhD is visual arts from QUT. When she is not practicing as a multidisciplinary artist out of her studio in Samford Valley, she is a sessional academic at QUT in Fine Arts.
Phone: 07 3059 9745
Founding Director, Gympie Bone Museum
Jaimie is an ecologist and one of seven founding directors of the Gympie Bone Museum, which opened its doors in December 2017.
Phone: 0431 524 643
Gallery Director, Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery
Prior to her career in galleries, Mary worked in the education and theatre sector in the UK. She has been Gallery Director at SRAG since 2016, and is very much looking forward to the contribution she can make to the AMaGAQ committee.
Phone: 07 4681 1874
Public Programs Officer, Bundaberg Regional Galleries.
Rebecca is passionate about improving arts learning experiences and gallery engagement for the community, particularly children; bringing frivolity and fun to art. Prior to her career in the gallery sector, she worked as a psychologist across the paediatric and disability fields.
Phone: 07 4130 4750
Curator, Heritage and Education Programs, Supreme Court Library Queensland
Charla has a background in anthropology and museums, and is currently the curator of the Supreme Court Library Queensland.
Phone: 07 3006 5149
Mobile: 0423 764 376
Art Gallery Coordinator, Logan Art Gallery
Michael has worked in Australian art galleries since he arrived from Ireland in 1976. Michael is the art gallery coordinator at Logan Art Gallery, a Logan City Council public gallery.
Phone: 07 3412 5976
Australian Museums and Galleries Association, Queensland (AMaGAQ) is the Queensland branch of AMaGA, delivering the state’s membership services.
From 1998 to 2004 Australian Museums and Galleries Association, Queensland (AMaGAQ) and Public Galleries Queensland (PGQ) operated a highly successful joint Partnership Program.
Out of this partnership grew Museums & Galleries Queensland (M&G QLD), the peak professional body for Queensland’s public museum and gallery sector. Australian Museums and Galleries Association, Queensland and Public Galleries Queensland are the company’s sole members.
M&G QLD works to promote, support and provide services to foster excellence in museums, galleries and keeping places.
Programs and services include the areas of sector development; training and professional development; information and advice; exhibition development and touring; and by promoting the achievements of Queensland galleries and museums.
What do we do?
AMaGAQ continues to improve links and communication across the museum and gallery sector by increasing its online and social media presence and through the support of bursary and sponsorship opportunities.
AMaGAQ offers professional development activities in the form of Individual Bursaries.
The bursaries are available for individual gallery/museum volunteers as assistance to attend seminars, conferences or courses.
The bursary can be used towards registration fees, associated workshop fees, travel, accommodation and living expenses during the period of the conference.
Amount: Up to $500
Eligibility: Open to current AMaGAQ members, member museum and galleries and their paid and volunteer staff.
Enquiries: Contact Membership Officer
Please contact the Membership Officer, Karike Ashworth
p: 07 3059 9745 (Tuesdays)
Freecall: 1800 866 101