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Providing a platform for the testing of ideas by fine arts, architecture and landscape architecture students.
- Open Days/times:Opens 10:00am to 1:00pm Monday, 6:00pm to 9:00pm Friday & Saturday, and 10:00am to 1:00pm Sunday.
- Galleries:Artist Studio,Public Art Gallery,Mixed Media,Art Gallery
- Facilities:Free,Wheelchair Access
- Open Days:Monday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
- Wheelchair Access:Yes
ARTLAAB was established in 2011 to support ALVA students, staff and graduates who need a readily available space to develop and exhibit work, in a venue that is connected with the broader community. Located in the Masonic Hall at No. 6 Broadway (on the main cafe strip), it enjoys excellent exposure to a vibrant university community and the general public.
The main purpose of the facility is to provide a platform for the testing of ideas and development of creative work by students studying fine arts, architecture and landscape architecture, allowing ALVA staff and students to engage with the broader public, along with any other students from arts institutions in Western Australia.
ARTLAAB is particularyly receptive to experimental, participatory and performance based work.
(Image above is the artists render of current renovation works.)
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, located next to the Sunken Gardens within the beautiful grounds of The University of Western Australia, is acknowledged as one of the finest university galleries in Australia.
- Galleries:Painting,Mixed Media,Sculpture,Art Gallery,Ceramics,Installation
- Open Days/times:Tuesdays - Saturday 11am - 5pm
- Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday
The Gallery is a centre for critical and scholarly engagement with visual culture for the wider community as well as students and staff on campus.
The gallery presents a diverse exhibition program each year including works from the University's art collections, historical and contemporary art and travelling exhibitions.
All exhibitions are supported by a stimulating program of artist talks, curating forums, lectures, presentations, workshops, symposia, conferences and performances and bring together practicing artists and specialists, along with teaching and research staff from the University of to engage with students on campus and the wider community.
Current exhibitions: http://www.lwag.uwa.edu.au/exhibitions