Loans to other cultural organisations

Cultural organisations that meet State Library's Lending policy – Loans for exhibition requirements in can borrow collections for exhibition.

Any organisation with an exhibition venue with satisfactory security and environmental conditions, appropriate insurance cover, appropriately qualified staff and sound governance arrangements may exhibit State Library material.

If your organisation is interested in borrowing from State Library of Queensland collections for an exhibition, please refer to Lending policy – Loans for exhibition in the first instance and then contact us.

Registrar, State Library of Queensland

Phone
+ 61 7 3840 7770

Email
Registration@slq.qld.gov.au

State Library collections currently on loan for exhibitions include historic paintings, objects and jewellery.

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TR 1867 Christison Family Papers and Lammermoor Station Records 1857-1989

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29900 Charles Cochrane-Baillie, 2nd Baron Lamington [Work of Art] 1895

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5493 Honourable Sir James Cockle [Work of Art] ca. 1870

The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in Sydney borrowed the John Watts Necklace from 24 September 2014 to 22 May 2016 for the exhibition A Fine Possession: Jewellery and Identity.

National Museum Australia in Canberra has the Dalleburra Aboriginal clan protective copper breastplate, ca. 1863-1899, TR 1867/364 on loan as part of the Landmarks: People and Places across Australia Gallery.
This collection item is from the Christison Family Papers and Lammermoor Station Records 1857-1989, and has been on loan to National Museum since 2011.

Since 2016 the Charles Cochran-Baillie, 2nd Baron Lamington [Work of Art] 1895, by Robert Duddingstone Herdman,
Acc. 29900 has been on loan to Government House Queensland, Brisbane. The portrait can be viewed when there is an open house or special event at Government house, Brisbane.

Honourable Sir James Cockle [Work of Art] ca. 1870, Acc. 5493 is on display among other Queensland Supreme Court judges, on loan to the Supreme Court of Queensland.
You can view the portrait on level 3, QEII Law Courts Building, Banco Court foyer.