HOTA Gallery is the largest public gallery outside a capital city in Australia. It is the home of the $32 million City Collection and presents international exhibitions exclusive to Australia alongside an ongoing commitment to presenting the work of local artists.
Designed by international architects ARM and spanning six levels with more than 2,000 sqaure metres of museum-standard exhibition space, HOTA Gallery has the capacity for touring exhibitions of an international size and scale. Alongside this are exhibition spaces for the City Collection and smaller temporary exhibitions, a dedicated children’s gallery and almost 1,000 sqaure metres for collection storage and exhibition preparation.
HOTA Gallery is a must-see destination that facilitates and shares new ideas and experiences in visual art both indoors and outdoors. It draws its strength from integrated arts programming, and collaborations with artists, creatives and institutional partners on a local to global scale.
HOTA Gallery opens in early 2021.
HOTA Gallery is the home of the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award. An initiative of the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Foundation, the biennial award honours the philanthropy of Win Schubert AO and her extraordinary generosity as a lifelong custodian of Australian photography, art and creativity. It is now also the biggest award for photography in Queensland, acting as a touchstone for contemporary photographic practice nationwide. The award was first introduced in 2002 and has enabled HOTA Gallery to support artists and acquire more than 150 works for the City Collection.
- Children’s playground
- Free guided tours
- Gallery shop
- Onsite parking
- Sculpture park
- Theatre/screening room
- Wheelchair access
- Workshops & classes