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National Trust Heritage Festival

Saturday 18 April – Monday 18 May 2015 | FREE

Works of art can be used to communicate ideas, record events, tell stories and build our cultural heritage.

Join one of our fully trained Voluntary Gallery Guides who will use a range of examples from the historical, Indigenous and contemporary displays to help you discover how artists, both Australian and international, create images that can shape identity and heritage.

There is a different themed guided tour each day.                       

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Diverse & Dynamic: Indigenous Art Revealed

11am, 1pm & 2pm, Saturday 18 April 2015 | FREE

Join one of fully trained Voluntary Gallery Guides on a tour of works of art by Indigenous West Australians. After your tour explore the Revealed Art Marketplace in the Urban Orchard, just outside the Gallery. Aboriginal art centres from Western Australia will display and sell an exciting range of work directly to the public.


Revealed 2015 - Art Marketplace | FREE
Saturday 18 April 2015
Urban Orchard, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge

Aboriginal art centres display and sell an exciting range of work directly to the public, while sharing the stories of their art and communities. Twenty five Aboriginal-owned art centres from across WA will have stalls where visitors can buy art from the people who make it. The festival atmosphere of the Marketplace will be enriched by music, film and art-making.

Revealed 2015 - Exhibition
18 April – 9 May 2015
Open Mon to Fri 10am-4.45pm & Sat 12-4pm
Gallery Central, Central Institute of Technology, 12 Aberdeen St, Northbridge

The Revealed exhibition showcases art by emerging Western Australian Aboriginal artists, across a variety of artistic mediums and with a diverse range of styles. The majority of these artists come from regional and remote areas of the State, ranging from Kalumburu in the far north, to Albany in the south.
Artworks are for sale and admission is free. The income and exposure for the artists on show develops their art practice and provides a real contribution to regional and remote livelihoods.

For more information visit www.revealed.net.au


For Love of Country

ANZAC DAY long weekend activities


11am – 3pm, Sat 25 – Mon 27 April

Join together to create poppies from recycled materials in remembrance and honour of those who have fought to protect our freedom. The finished poppies will be collected and displayed as part of a larger art installation in the Gallery over the ANZAC long weekend.


11am, 1pm & 2pm, Sat 25 – Mon 27 April

AGWA’s Voluntary Gallery Guides will take you through the exhibition For Love of Country exploring the impact and depiction of war through art since World War I. Discover the stories and experiences behind some of the artworks as we discuss the impact that conflict has had on our community and identity across the centuries.

Guided Tours are approximately 45 minutes long and are suitable for all ages, including children.

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