Donations and bequests

My Harvest Home

The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is home to the State Collection of approximately one million objects of cultural, artistic, and scientific significance.

Through these objects, TMAG tells the stories of Tasmania - in exhibitions, dynamic education programs and fun public events. We welcome more than 400 000 visitors across our five locations every year.

Thank you to everyone who supported the 2018 Annual Appeal.

We are so very grateful for your generous donations to the museum through our appeal. We continue to seek your help to bring Tasmania's stories to life, so we welcome your support for TMAG year-round.

From fashion to fossils, research to fine art, TMAG’s collections of records and objects hold special meaning for all Tasmanians. They tell the treasured stories of this island.

Your donation will assist us to:

  • fill our galleries with the dynamic and exciting exhibitions you love,
  • draw children and families in to plant the seed of creativity and wonder,
  • explore and showcase our amazing natural heritage to  the many thousands of people who pass through the doors of TMAG every year. 

While Government support underpins our operations we rely on the support of you, our valued community of patrons and supporters, to help TMAG offer the award-winning exhibitions and education programs that make your experience at TMAG so memorable and so special. 

Thanks to people like you TMAG is able to produce award-winning exhibitions and programs such as The Remarkable Tasmanian Devil, The Derwent and the ever-popular Children’s Festival.

We are so grateful for the generosity of our supporters, thank you for your support.

You can donate to TMAG or find out more by clicking on the secure GiveNow button. Donations to TMAG of $2 or more are tax deductible.

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Thank you for helping TMAG to tell Tasmania's stories.

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Image:
John Glover (1767-1849)
My Harvest Home, 1835
oil on canvas
76 x 114 cm
Presented by Mrs Cecil Allport, 1935