• Free Public Art Gallery
  • Opening Hours
  • Tuesday–Saturday 11am–6pm
  • First Thursday of Every Month 11am–9pm


Ground Floor, Judith Wright Centre 420 Brunswick Street Fortitude Valley Brisbane QLD 4006 Australia

Tuesday–Saturday 11am–6pm Extended hours First Thursday of every month11am–9pm

The gallery is closed during exhibition changeovers, on public holidays, Easter weekend, and over the Christmas/New Year break.

Contact Info
TEL      +61-7-3252-5750 FAX      +61-7-3252-5072 EMAIL  ima(at)ima(dot)org(dot)au
The Judith Wright Centre
The IMA is located in the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, which also houses theatre spaces, resident companies and agencies including Carbon Media, Circa, Expressions, and Flying Arts.
The gallery entrance is on the ground floor of the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, on Berwick Street. There is wheelchair access and an accessible toilet with baby changing facilities also located on the ground floor. We welcome guide and support dogs. The staff at reception are happy to answer any questions you may have on the exhibition and access.
Nearby parking lots include Wilson Parking, Berwick Street (opposite the IMA); King's Parking, Warner Street; Chinatown Car Park, Ann and Wickham Streets; and Chinatown Mall, Alfred and Alden Streets.
Public Transport
The 199, 196 and 195 buses stop  directly outside the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Art, and the IMA is just a five-minute walk from Fortitude Valley train station. Visit the Translink Website for more information.

We recommend Miro Apartments and Atrio Apartments.

There are a number of other galleries in the neighbourhood, including Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Philip Bacon GalleriesEdwina Corlette Gallery, Fire-Works, and Jan Murphy Gallery. The area—Fortitude Valley and nearby James Street—is known for its boutique shopping and nightclubs, its entertainments, eateries, and bars.
Other Brisbane Galleries
Museums: Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art Commercial galleries: Milani Gallery, Jan Manton, David Pestorius Projects. University art museums: Griffith University Art Gallery, QUT Art Museum, UQ Art Museum. Independent artspaces: Metro Arts. Artist-run initiatives: Boxcopy, Outer Space.
Elsewhere in Queensland
Gold Coast: Gold Coast City Art Gallery. Mackay: Artspace. Townsville: Umbrella Studio. Cairns: KickArts