Tours and Talks

Our program of tours and talks are a great way to enhance your AGWA experience.

Whether you’re a first-time visitor who wants an introduction to AGWA or a returning visitor who is looking for a deeper understanding of the collection, our program of tours and talks are a great way to enhance your AGWA experience.

The Art Gallery has a dedicated team of Voluntary Gallery Guides who invite you to look closely and feel deeply about the works of art on display.

During exhibitions, you can meet curators, artists and visiting creatives and listen as they speak about their work, process and inspiration.

To see what talks and tours are currently on visit our What's on section.

Related Information

Private Tours

You can book a free guided tour for a small group tailored to their interests and level of art knowledge. A minimum of four weeks’ notice is required for these bookings.

Art and Memories

The Art Gallery of WA's Art and Memories guided tours and Artistic Adventures workshops assist people living with dementia, and their carers or primary support network, to challenge their condition and help develop a creative mind.

Art and Memories is a program provided throughout the year by AGWA's Voluntary Gallery Guides (VGGs) to people living with dementia. Through these guided tours participants can discover how works of art can encourage conversation, contribute knowledge, engage in interpretation, express emotions and recall memories.

This specialist program was created in 2012 by Jackie Lewis, Art Therapist at Alzheimer’s Australia, and the Art Gallery of WA.

The tours delivered by Alzheimer’s Association WA-trained VGGs, and the Artistic Adventures workshops form part of the Gallery's commitment to disability access and inclusion.

AGWA welcomes enquiries from groups and organisations about services for people living with dementia and those living with other accessibility needs. Please email for information, details and bookings.

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