The firm is lending another hand to the city’s creative community, while the other continues to support the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art.
Gadens Brisbane chairman Paul Spiro (pictured) says the partnership highlights the firm’s dedication to the arts and creative engagement.
“These are part of our philosophy at Gadens and we are always considering innovative ways we can support our community,” says Spiro.
“Our hope is that the new partnership will help Museum of Brisbane to continue to deliver the stunning, free exhibitions it is known for.”
Museum of Brisbane director Peter Denham says the partnership will have a significant impact on the museum’s offerings.
“We are thrilled to partner with Gadens and without their support we would not be able to put on a changing program of exhibitions.
“It is very important for the corporate and cultural sector of Brisbane to come together for the good of the city.”
In addition to its support of three creative institutions, Gadens has an art gallery within its office premises and is engaged in innovative community programs including indigenous projects.
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