Media and Copyright

We welcome pre-scheduled filming, photography and media in the Gallery wherever possible. An AGWA staff member must supervise all commercial and media filming and photography within the Gallery.

Commercial filming and photography
For filming and photography for commercial use, please email us.

Copyright and the reproduction of works
If you wish to reproduce any works in the AGWA Collection, please apply here.

Related Information

 

APPLICATION TO REPRODUCE WORKS OF ART     FILMING AND PHOTOGRAPHY GUIDELINES

 

Please be advised that AGWA does not have a dedicated Rights & Reproduction Officer so there will be significant delays in attending to copyright enquiries and requests to reproduce any works of art in the AGWA Collection.

Media releases

Jessica Murtagh Modern relic X: in this together 2021 (detail)

The Tom Malone Prize; 20 years at AGWA

Contemporary artworks on show as part of the prestigious national Tom Malone glass Prize – celebrating 20 years at AGWA

Ahead of the Tom Malone Prize exhibition opening on 3 June, The Art Gallery of Western Australia has announced the fifteen shortlisted artists competing for Australia’s richest prize in glass; an annual acquisitive prize for Australian glass artists.

The 2022 exhibition will feature the works of Ruth Allen (VIC); Chick Butcher (NSW); Matthew Curtis (NSW); Tim Edwards (SA); Wendy Fairclough (SA); Laurie Fossier-Mills (WA); Brenden Scott French (SA); Marcel Hoogstad Hay (SA); Rita Kellaway (SA); Gerry King (SA); Peter Kovacsy (WA); Nick Mount (SA); Jessica Murtagh (SA); Emma Varga (NSW); and Janice Vitkovsky (SA).

BlakLight graphic title treatment

BlakLight - First Nations Art Takes Over AGWA

Every wall, every floor, every channel.

In an Australian State Gallery first, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art takes the entire stage at AGWA, during BlakLight, a month-long program celebrating the diversity of First Nations art and culture.

BlakLight will see every gallery space at AGWA dedicated to Australia's most significant contemporary art form – showcasing the diversity and complexity of First Nations art. Accompanying this gallery-wide focus is an event program sparking conversation about cultural identities and exploring the notion of community through visual art, music, talks and more. Professional development workshops for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists based in Perth also feature in the program.

AGWA is closed until 16 October for a final stage of redevelopment works. Details