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.
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The voices of WA's young artists back in the Gallery
Pulse Perspectives exhibition opens Saturday 7 March.
Human impact on the environment, consumerism, identity and family are prominent themes and issues explored in this year's Pulse Perspectives exhibition, the annual display of visual art from Year 12 Visual Arts graduates held at the Art Gallery of WA.
Previously known as Year 12 Perspectives, this year’s exhibition features 44 works by 2019 Year 12 Visual Arts graduates from 29 schools across Western Australia, including Comet Bay College, Ursula Frayne Catholic College, Hale School, John Curtin College of the Arts, Geraldton Grammar School and Joseph Banks Secondary College.
A new creative brew sees the launch of AGWA Live
Otherside Brewing Co, WAM and the Art Gallery of WA are bringing art, music, culture, and brews together in a series of free Friday Night events.
Across the four Friday nights in February, AGWA Live will see WA music and art celebrated with a pop-up bar and live music. AGWA and all its galleries will be open till 9pm with its "Ask Me" Guides available throughout. Live music sets curated by West Australian Music, will take centre stage at 7pm and celebrate Western Australian musicians.
Take a virtual journey into the spirit world of the Amazonian Yawanawa people
Awavena, by acclaimed director Lynette Wallworth, opens at AGWA on Friday 7 February as part of Perth Festival 2020.
From Emmy Award-winning director and recent World Economic 2020 Crystal Award recipient Lynette Wallworth, Awavena is a stunning tale of metamorphosis told through cutting edge XR technology.