Walk-in Tours

Generously guided by our Voluntary Gallery Guides

FREE

 

November

December

Monday 3, 10, 17, 24
11am & 1pm - Land & People: A look at Indigenous art
Monday 1, 8, 15, 22
11am & 1pm – Highlights from Your Collection

Wednesday 5, 12
11am & 1pm- Evoking life; the photography of Richard Avedon*(exhibition fees apply)

Wednesday 19, 26
11am & 1pm – Your Collection; 1960 - 1980

Wednesday 3, 10, 17
11am & 1pm - Land & People: A look at Indigenous art

Thursday 6, 13, 20, 27
11am & 1pm – A look at Your State Art Collection

Thursday 4, 11, 18
11am & 1pm – Women’s (art) work

Friday 7, 14, 21, 28
1pm- Connecting with Australian contemporary art and design
Friday 5, 12, 19
1pm – Connecting with Australian contemporary art and design

Saturday 1
11am & 1pm – Special Open House Tour; Art within Architecture

Saturday 8, 15, 22
11am & 1pm - Looking closely at works purchased by the AGWA Foundation

Saturday 29
11am & 1pm - Land & People: A look at Indigenous art

Saturday 6, 13, 20
11am & 1pm – Telling stories with art

Sunday 2
11am & 1pm – Special Open House Tour; Art within Architecture

Sunday 2, 9, 16
11am & 1pm - Evoking life; the photography of Richard Avedon* (exhibition fees apply)

Sunday 23, 30
11am & 1pm – Photography and portraiture

Sunday 7, 14, 21
11am & 1pm - Photography and portraiture

*Guided tour is free but exhibition admission fees apply.

Please note that recording of tours is not permitted


Specialised Guided Tours

 

Art & Memories Tour

Free guided tour for people living with dementia
Small groups and their carers are able to discover how works of art can encourage conversation, evoke memories and reminiscences.

Sensational Art tours

Free Touch Tours for visitors who are vision impaired.
Join one of our trained Voluntary Gallery Guides for your customised tour of selected three dimensional works from the State Art Collection.

Bookings essential. Phone +61 8 9492 6644 or email educate@artgallery.wa.gov.au

disability awareness week

Sensational Art Tour

2pm, Sunday 7 December

Both vision impaired and sighted visitors are encouraged to join the tour and enjoy a shared sensory experience. Gloves and blindfolds are provided for visitors attending this free event.
No bookings required.

 

Please note:

1. Advertised tours and talks may be subject to change without prior notice.
    We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

2.  No pre-booking required.

3.  The Gallery is closed Tuesdays.

4.  Tours run for approximately one hour, with the exception of Friday Focus tours,
     which run for approximately half an hour.

 

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