Over fifteen years of arts-industry experience has resulted in Linton and Kay Galleries owners, Linton Partington and Gary Kay, becoming two of Perth’s most respected curators.
With the original fine art gallery established in 1998 and still operating from its Subiaco location, the more recent opening of an inner-city gallery has also allowed the owners to offer the space for functions.
Linton and Kay Galleries Perth is an exclusive and unique venue, available for corporate and private events, presentations and launches. The galleries offer guests the opportunity to enjoy your hospitality while engaging in some of Australia’s premier art exhibitions.
Housed in the Old Perth Technical School, Linton and Kay Galleries Perth provides
a striking contrast to the modern cityscape it sits in, as a part of the Brookfield Place development. Beautifully renovated in a heritage meets-modern-luxe style, its key period features include art nouveau glass windows, grand staircase and vaulted ceiling, combined with an impeccable contemporary restoration to offer one of Perth’s premier event venues.
The gallery has two distinct, flexible areas that are available individually or together to suit individual event requirements. With outstanding kitchen facilities, sound system access and three-phase power, executing your event will be made as simple as possible.
Innovative and sophisticated menus can be tailored to your requirements to spoil your guests with an indulgent occasion.
From cocktail parties to board meetings and everything in between, Linton and Kay Galleries is the perfect venue choice to impress your guests.
Where | Conveniently located in the heart of Perth’s CBD, the gallery housed in The Old Perth Technical School is part of the impressive Brookfield Place. The landmark gallery in Subiaco is on Railway Parade.
Numbers | The central gallery on St Georges Terrace, Perth, has a variety of spaces for functions. The Front Gallery can house 40 to 100 cocktail-style, the Southern Gallery can accommodate 200 cocktail- style or 80 seated, and Full House (all three galleries) can hold 300.
Food | Linton and Kay Galleries prides itself on providing innovative and sophisticated menus using the best fresh produce.