Gallery Sponsors



Sponsorship makes such a vital contribution to AGWA. The contribution of our corporate partners contributes to important initiatives such as exhibitions, showcasing our State Collection, research and development projects, public programs and guided tours and AGWA celebrations, openings and events.

We are grateful to each and every one of our sponsors for the part they play in AGWA’s success and the importance they place in understanding the value of enriching the lives of their clients, their staff and their community through experiencing the stimulation and joy of art.


Annual Sponsors



Wesfarmers Arts | Principal Partner

Our Principal Partner, Wesfarmers Arts leads the way in our community through their diverse support of art and cultural events and programs.

An inaugural financial supporter of AGWA since 1990 and AGWA's Principal Partner, the relationship between AGWA and Wesfarmers Arts

is continually evolving and is distinctive for its collaborative endeavours and for the range and depth of benefits enjoyed by both parties. Wesfarmers understand the distinction and importance of both corporate philanthropy and corporate sponsorship. This is demonstrated through being one of the four lead corporate donors contributing a million to the Gallery Foundation's TomorrowFund in 2008, and through Wesfarmers Arts renewal of their Principal Gallery sponsorship for AGWA's exhibitions and public programs.

A component of Wesfarmers Arts annual sponsorship goes to the Gallery's twice daily, free guided Wesfarmers Arts tours where AGWA's expert Gallery guides share aspects and insights of the State Collection and touring exhibitions with the WA public and visitors to our state.


Wesfarmers Arts - Principal Partner




303 MullenLowe

303 MullenLowe are part of AGWA’s creative team, providing valuable

in-kind communications, design and advertising resources and advice.

303MullenLowe logo




Singapore Airlines | International Airline Sponsor

Singapore Airlines provided significant in-kind support for the AGWA by way of international flight and cargo support. AGWA and Singapore Airlines collaborate closely, working together to promote key exhibitions

to their employees and Singapore Airlines loyalty and privileged memberships, and throughout their international flying networks.

Singapore Airlines




Alex Hotel

The Alex is a boutique hotel located in our cultural centre neighbourhood. The Alex provides the Gallery with invaluable in-kind support for visiting artists, performers and other visitors to AGWA as well as collaborating with the Gallery on joint packaging, prizes and other visitor and guest benefits.

Alex Hotel title treatment

Alex Hotel logo graphic




Kennedy Group

In 2018 we welcomed the Kennedy Group as the naming rights partner for the Foundation ART BALL and as an Annual Gallery Partner.

Kennedy logo




Higher Plane & Juniper Estate Wines

Higher Plane Wines & Juniper Estate are the Gallery’s annual wine partners. Providing us with in-kind support from their range of fine

wines for all AGWA’s official openings as well as ARTBAR and our summer time Rooftop Bar.

Higher Plane Wines logo   Juniper Estate logo




Gage Roads Brewing Company

Gage Roads are the Gallery’s annual beer sponsor. Providing us with

in-kind support for all AGWA’s official openings as well as ARTBAR and our summer time Roof Top Bar.

Gage Roads logo




Special Projects



Desert River Sea: Kimberley Art Then and Now

Desert River Sea: Kimberley Art Then and Now will be the Gallery’s key Indigenous focus through to 2018. Funded by the Rio Tinto Community Investment Fund, the project evolved out of two years prior research and consultation with Arts Centre Communities and Indigenous elders in the Kimberley. Desert River Sea is an ambitious vision that will celebrate the wonderful Indigenous art of the Kimberley, connecting past and emerging artists and art professionals with each other and with the wider world.

Desert River Sea: Kimberly Art Then and Now

Rio Tinto



Exhibition Sponsors

2017 Exhibition Partner

Healthway will be promoting their Act-Belong-Commit message to Gallery audiences throughout 2017. With particular focus on youth and Indigenous audience engagement. Healthway, act-belong-commit are the Principal Partner of Year 12 Perspectives and the Major Partner to Everyone has a history - Part One: Plain Speak and The Rise of Sneaker Culture.







Indigenous Digitisation Partner
The Gordon Darling Foundation supports visual arts access and enjoyment to the broadest possible audience. From January 2017 through to December 2019, the Foundation will support AGWA’s Indigenous Digitisation Project. A key Gallery initiative committed to making all permissible Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander works
available online.

Gordon Darling Foundation logo




Ernst & Young | Principal Exhibition Sponsor

Ernst & Young have been a major supporter of key exhibitions
at AGWA since 2007. Their valued support recognises the
importance of contributing to the cultural vibrancy of their community.



Ernst and Young logo

Year 12 Perspectives Annual Exhibition

The Education Department, the Curriculum and Standard Authority,

and the Catholic Education Office | Education Sponsors

The Gallery is grateful for the generous support of all our Education Sponsors. Not only do they contribute financially to the Year 12 Perspectives exhibition but they are integral for helping AGWA to promote the exhibition and circulate information to students and teachers in the WA schools community.


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