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How would you describe your perfect New Year’s Eve? An evening with friends? How about a banquet feast with paired wines? A giant disco ball?

We know where you can find all of the above, and more!

For an unforgettable night of fun, join AGWA and Arthouse Dine at ArtDine NYE 2017. Tickets $125 + bf: [ Bit.ly Link ]

NYE ArtDine

Behind the scenes at the installation of #WAFocus Helen Grey-Smith.

This beautiful exhibition opens this Saturday 10 December: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Why not join us on Sunday for In Conversation? AGWA Curator Melissa Harpley and author Gwen Phillips will discuss the life and work of Helen Grey-Smith: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Photo featuring Helen Grey Smith’s Set of curtains, designed for “Meerilinga” and...
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So many great new choices in our neighbourhood - starting with Arthouse. Art, eat, drink, shop - sounds like a plan to us.

The Best New Northbridge Restaurants, Bars And Cafes Of 2016

Starting next week, the Gallery Shop will be open for extended Christmas trading hours 10am-5pm on Tue 6 Dec, Tue 13 Dec and Tue 20 Dec.

As an added incentive, on Tuesday 6 December all children's books will be 10% off.

Come down to the Gallery Shop any day until 24 December to find your perfect Christmas gift. We even gift wrap.
This watercolour work on display in "Unknown Land" depicts Mount Eliza from the river shore, looking back up the Swan River to the city.

It was painted in 1862 by Edmund Henderson, who served as Comptroller General of Convicts in Western Australia from 1850 to 1856, and 1858 to 1863.

It's one of many watercolours, paintings and drawings on display in "Unknown Land" by professional and...
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3+2=1 is back at Arthouse Dine and we're loving this delicious beetroot sorbet, chocolate crumb, orange and beetroot sponge dessert!

Try this sumptuous sweet on Friday and Saturday nights in summer, 3 courses + 2 wines =1 price.

Book your place: bitly.com/Arthouse321
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"I want these works to make us think about our own position and be used as instruments by which we think about our scale, our aspirations, our vulnerability, our dependency…Big Pluck is about aspiration, and Big Yield is about acknowledging entropy fully, acknowledging collapse."

Hear more about our stunning new acquisitions from artist Antony Gormley himself.

The Art Gallery of Western Australia Website

WA Focus: Helen Grey-Smith opens Saturday 10 December. The exhibition is an inspiring celebration of a remarkable mid-century textile designer. [ Ow.ly Link ]

View the works at your own leisure, before joining AGWA Curator Melissa Harpley and author Gwen Phillips on Sunday 11 December for In Conversation. Gwen will be signing her new publication, which is now available to purchase at the AGWA...
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In Conversation Helen Grey-Smith

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“If it doesn’t have the potential to offend and to challenge people then I think I am not doing it right.” Find out what drives artist Abdul Abdullah to create his provocative, sometimes polarising work, in this article from ArtsHub: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Challenge your own perceptions by vising Abdullah’s work in Dissenting Voices, open until 8 January 2017. [ Ow.ly Link ]

Inspire60: Abdul Abdullah

Perth based Ella and Lily use fabric that's hand screen printed using eco friendly cloth and inks and vegan leather. Prices range from $90-$145 and are available now at the Gallery Shop
This watercolour and pencil on paper from an unknown artist, 1869, uses pale pigmentations to present a delicate Fremantle dawn, in a romantic depiction of the bay.

View this piece, alongside many others depicting early WA from the point of view of European artists and explorers. Bring a friend, join a free guided tour and make a day of it! Exhibition charges apply.

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AGWA’s Guru Guides offer a range of free tours from Wednesday-Monday every week.

Pop in during your Thursday lunch break for a half hour talk on Indigenous works in the collection, or spend a Saturday afternoon in "Unknown Land", complete with an hour long guided tour (exhibition charges apply). There’s something for every taste and every schedule.

Explore your options on the Guru Guides...
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We launched our 2017 program at a beautiful evening event on Tuesday 22 November.

AGWA Director Stefano Carboni outlined three major innovations, including a new Indigenous art project (with the working title Six Seasons), a new contemporary culture strand – Culture Juice – with two major exhibitions, and the renewal of the State Art Collection.

The highlight of the night was the reveal of...
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It's here! The AGWA 2017 program has arrived. Have a read and bookmark your favourites for next year.

We launch a new contemporary strand, Culture Juice, with the international sneakers exhibition, The Rise of Sneaker Culture. This is followed by the Western Australian Museum and AGWA collaboration, Heath Ledger: A Life in Pictures.

The spotlight on WA artists continues with the WA Focus...
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AGWA 2017 Exhibition Program

What a wonderful evening we had last night introducing our 2017 program. Thanks to William Yeoman of The West Australian - thewest.com.au for this write up of the year ahead.

Sculptural sentinels guard gallery

The moment you’ve all been waiting for! We are delighted to reveal our stunning new acquisitions, Big Pluck 2 and Big Yield by international artist Antony Gormley. #AGWARenew

Look out for the rest of our 2017 program, available on our website from tomorrow.
Our countdown to #AGWARenew is in the final hours!

What are AGWA’s new works? Who created them?

We are excited to finally reveal these fantastic acquisitions to invited guests at a special event tomorrow evening, as well as the rest of the 2017 program.

Visiting public will be able to see the works from 10am Wednesday 23 November.
Congratulations to AGWA Board member Andrew Forrest on being named WA's 2017 Australian of the Year.

Philanthropist Andrew Forrest honoured as WA's Australian of the Year.