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Awards

Museum of Brisbane is highly regarded for its innovation and contemporary international practice. MoB is the recipient of major awards since its 2003 inception, twice awarded the top honour at the prestigious Museums and Galleries National Awards, as well as multiple Queensland Museum and Gallery Achievement Awards, Museums Australia Multimedia and Publications Design Awards, and National Trust of Queensland Awards.

2020

Museums Australasia Multimedia & Publication Design Awards:

  • Winner in Branding Package for Brisbane Art Design
  • Winner in Program Website for Brisbane Art Design
  • Winner in Poster for Brisbane Art Design
  • Winner in Information Brochure for High Rotation Street Press
  • Highly Commended in Multimedia for New Woman Interactive

Museums and Galleries National Awards:


  • Highly Commended in temporary or travelling exhibition for New Woman
2019

Museums Australasia Multimedia & Publication Design Awards:


  • Winner in Invitation for The Designers’ Guide: Easton Pearson Archive

Museums and Galleries National Awards:


  • Winner in Interpretation, Learning and Audience Engagement for Life in Irons: Brisbane’s Convict Stories
  • Highly Commended Finalist in Exhibition Branding Package for The Designers’ Guide: Easton Pearson Archive
2017

Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards (GAMAA)

  • Finalist in Projects, Organisations with paid staff for Robert Andrew: Our mutable histories
  • Finalist in Engagement, Organisations with paid staff for Indigenous Culture Learning Program 
2016

Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards (GAMAA)

  • Joint winner in the category of Organisations with paid staff for 100% Brisbane

Queensland Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects President’s Prize

  • Recognises individuals or organisations for their contribution to or support of the architectural profession – awarded for Living in the city: New architecture in Brisbane & the Asia-Pacific
2015

Museums and Galleries National Awards

  • Best temporary or travelling exhibition for Costumes from the Golden Age of Hollywood
  • Highly commended temporary or travelling exhibition for David Malouf and friends
2014

Museums Australia Multimedia and Publications Design Awards

  • Highly Commended Multimedia (Level A) for Help us finish the stories of Brisbane

Heritage and Cultural Tourism Category at the Queensland Tourism Awards

  • Bronze award

Museums Australia Multimedia and Publications Design Awards

  • Best multimedia: Stories from the City
  • Best institution website: www.museumofbrisbane.com.au
  • Best program website: 10 Years, 10 Stories

Museums and Galleries National Award (MAGNA)

  • Best permanent exhibition or gallery fitout: The River: A history of Brisbane
2012

Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards (GAMAA)

  • Outstanding achievement: my own private neon oasis (12 September – 31 October 2011, Sunnybank)

Australia Business Arts Foundation (AbaF) Queensland Awards / Toyota Community Award

  • This award is for partnerships between businesses and arts and cultural organisations that enhance the life of communities. Museum of Brisbane and Sunnybank Plaza received the award for my own private neon oasis (12 September –‚ 31 October 2011, Sunnybank)

Australia Business Arts Foundation (AbaF) Queensland Awards / Good Practice Recognition

  • All partnerships, projects and programs are assessed for good practice recognition. Nominations deemed by the judges to demonstrate good practice will be acknowledged at the state awards events and entitled to use the good practice stamp provided by AbaF
2010

Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards (GAMAA)

  • Outstanding achievement: Prejudice & Pride: Recognising the contribution of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in Brisbane (4 June – 17 October 2010)
2009

National Trust of Queensland, Bendigo Bank Heritage Award

  • 10 Days in August: Memories of the EKKA (25 July – 16 November 2008)
2008

Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards (GAMAA)

  • Outstanding achievement: Remembering Goodna: Stories from a Queensland Mental Hospital (2 November 2007 – 23 March 2008)

National Trust of Queensland Heritage Awards

  • John Herbert Memorial Award for most outstanding achievement: Remembering Goodna: Stories from a Queensland Mental Hospital (2 November 2007 – 23 March 2008)

National Trust of Queensland Heritage Awards

  • Gold award: Remembering Goodna: Stories from a Queensland Mental Hospital (2 November 2007 – 23 March 2008)

Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement Awards

  • Media award: Remembering Goodna: Stories from a Queensland Mental Hospital (2 November 2007 – 23 March 2008)