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Friends of the Art Gallery of WA (AGWA), in collaboration with University of Western Australia (UWA) Publishing, present a series of conversations on art, books and Western Australia. Peter Kennedy, Sally Quin, Julian Bolleter, Darren Jorgensen, and Ros Thomas will each host a separate event. Please refer to the website for Conversation dates, and further information....
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4.6 based on 5 reviews

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  • Michael Caldwell 4

    I always find something I am not expecting to like in here. There's a great ambience and the collections are usually very good. I really enjoyed the Dali, Van Gogh and Picasso collection they showed a few years ago. The aboriginal art is well represented and there are plenty of controversial pieces to make you think. Well worth a visit.

  • Levan Rianto 5

    It's alright I guess. Some famous pieces in the permanent collection, and insightful painting and minor artifact in the classical section. It's decent by this town of just over a million I guess. They do host regular and sometime interesting exhibition. But hey don't take my word for it. Entry is by donation - which means you can give nil if you so please. Which makes, if you are visiting this most isolated town in the universe why not drop by and have a quick browse. You can cover the entire building in under 20 minutes.

  • Kayleen Freeman 5

    Always love going to our W.A. art gallery. Particularly loved the exhibition on the upper floor of Aboriginal Art and artifacts. The "jewellery " made from tiny bright coloured feathers..absolutely gorgeous..really worth going to see. Looking forward to checking out the Corsini collection this week!!

  • Georges Younes 4

    A must see if you are in Perth, even more significantly if you live in the city. The temporary exhibits, organized at great cost, bring international art to a city that is touted to be the most isolated in the world. The permanent exhibits give visitors a glimpse of local art. The only minor disappointment is the building that is in need of an upgrade and a rethink, but that aspect can be easily ignored.

  • John G 5

    I really enjoyed our visit. Some very interesting contemporary art and I was very pleased to see some of the Colonial Australian works. And I had a great discussion with one of the staff members who pointed out some things I hadn't noticed in some of the paintings.

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