City Collection Online

#Explore the City Collection Online

For the first time you can now see the Gold Coast’s impressive City Collection online. While there’s currently just over 200 pieces online eventually the entire collection will be available on the database – this is just the beginning. You can search by artist, material, and even colour.

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#About the City Collection

HOTA Gallery (formerly Gold Coast City Gallery) was established in 1986 and houses more than 4500 art works worth more than $32 million dollars, making it one of the largest art collections outside of an Australian capital city. A host of art prizes ensured the city collected the pick of artistic responses to contemporary trends, and it consequently reflects key developments in recent Australian art: abstraction; feminist art; Indigenous art; ceramics; and twenty-first-century photography.

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#Current Exhibitions

HOTA COLLECTS
Permanent

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Highlights from HOTA’s Collection

From May 8

HOTA Collects: Made in Surfers Paradise
All Ages
Sun 3 Sep 2023 - Sun 7 Jul 2024

HOTA Collects: Made in Surfers Paradise

Curator Talks For Teachers
Education
Thu 8 Feb - Thu 31 Oct

Curator Talks For Teachers

Abdul Abdullah A pleasant surprise (detail) 2023 
oil on linen, 102 cm x 76 cm 
Image courtesy of the artist and Yavuz Gallery
All Ages
Sat 9 Mar - Sun 6 Oct

Kingdom of Kindness

Abdul Abdullah

Quiet Hour
Sat 4 May - Sat 7 Dec

Quiet Hour

Alasdair Macintyre | Dinky-Di Effigies
Sat 18 May 2024 - Sun 19 Jan 2025

Alasdair Macintyre | Dinky-Di Effigies

Level 5 HOTA Gallery

A Bigger View
Free
Sat 22 Jun 2024 - Sun 13 Jul 2025

A Bigger View

ENERGIES 24
Free
All Ages
Education
Starts 14 Sep

ENERGIES 24

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