QUT Art Museum is one of Queensland’s premier visual art institutions. Since opening in 2000, the Art Museum has produced innovative projects, events and exhibitions. The Art Museum is situated in the Brisbane CBD next to the Botanic Gardens, and incorporates the William Robinson Gallery, housed in the historic Old Government House. The Art Museum is home to the QUT Art Collection (established 1945), which boasts an impressive collection of over 3000 objects. Its focus is contemporary art with the majority of works dating from the 1960s onwards. The QUT Art Museum program comprises in-house curated exhibitions, commissioned artist projects and touring exhibitions. Extensive education and public programming augments the exhibition program.