AGWA Shop

We collaborate with local and international artists and designers to bring their creations to you.

Browse through the shop’s collection of homewares, jewellery, fashion, art and design publications and beauty products, for that perfect gift or memento. The Gallery shop is proud to be a member of the Indigenous Art Code, dedicated to sourcing and stocking authentic Indigenous products that directly benefit the makers and creators. Every gift from the Gallery Shop is a gift to the Gallery with all proceeds going back to AGWA.

AGWA Shop Christmas items

Christmas at AGWA

AGWA SHOP EXTENDED HOURS
The AGWA Shop is getting ready for the festive season and with a new range of products arriving, you'll be spoilt for choice this Christmas. The Shop is open 10am-5pm, Wednesday – Monday and will also be open on Tuesdays from 10am-4pm, on 3, 10, 17 and 24 December 2019.
Image items - Annabel Trends Flowering Gum Scarf $30 | Lala Land Small Bauble Box with 6 decorations $15 | Samarie Yellow Stringy Bark Serving Board $99 | Judy Napangardi Watson Tea Towel $22.50 | Mad Harriet Coloured Ceramic Dishes From $26 - $32 | Fox & Ramona Large Painted Concrete Dish $195 | Warlukurlangu Indigenous Artists Baubles (boxed set of 6) $26.00

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AGWA 1979 catalogue cover

AGWA 1979 – A Brutalist Gallery in Perth 

$32.95, available from the AGWA Shop
In celebration of the Gallery buildings 40th anniversary and the exhibition Perth Brutal: Dreaming in Concrete this limited edition publication is a concise overview of the new gallery project and its place within the Cultural Centre.
It includes a biographical sketch of Charles Sierakowski, a factual history of the building’s construction, how gallery spaces were conceived and how they have changed over time. How various exhibitions have utilised them, how directors, curators and exhibition designers have engaged with them, to local architectural significance and context, as well as the building’s inspiration, influence and legacy.
Contributing authors include, AGWA Curators; Robert Cook, Melissa Harpley and Dunja Rmandic. As well as essays from Patrick Ford, Annette Condello, Merindah Bairnsfather-Scott, Noel Nannup and Andrew Murray.