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Aboriginal Art Gallery of Kings Park

The curatorial and management staff of the gallery invite you to experience a journey through Aboriginal art with a variety of innovative, contemporary and traditional Aboriginal art and artefacts.

  • Galleries:Aboriginal,Painting,Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:Monday - Friday 10.30am - 4.30pm, Saturday, Sunday, public holidays 11am - 4pm

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays

Description

The Aboriginal Art Gallery, located in Kings Park overlooking the Swan River and the City of Perth, was established first in Hay Street, Perth in 1992, as a venue to exhibit the art of Western Australian Indigenous artists.

The Gallery has been at its present location for the past 15 years. This Kings Park location offers a premium location that encourages appreciation of Aboriginal culture, their contribution to Australian history, family kinship and respect for the land.

The Aboriginal Art Gallery gives visitors the opportunity to meet and talk to Aboriginal artists and observe them as they work, listen to their stories unfold in music and dance performances from some of Western Australia's leading Aboriginal artists. Visitors to the gallery, both national and international, have the opportunity to be a part of the reconciliation between the original inhabitants of Australia and the people who have made this country their home over the past 200 years.

Art is central to Aboriginal culture. In a culture with no written language, it was used to record the beliefs and stories from the Dreaming and to pass these on to each successive generation. "Aboriginal culture represented through art has been dated at over 40,000 years old."

Aboriginal art, while fulfilling its earlier role is now also being used by artists to express and describe the contemporary issues impacting on their lives.

This has expanded the boundaries of Aboriginal Art, from works traditionally rendered on rock, bark and sand using natural ochre, to works using oils, watercolour and acrylic paints, etchings, gauche, collage and solvent transfer prints.

The gallery's reputation is substantially recognised throughout the Aboriginal community and amongst collectors of fine Indigenous art around the world.

The curatorial and management staff of the gallery has extensive knowledge of Western Australian Indigenous art and have expanded the gallery's interest to include the Central Desert region of Utopia. We invite you to experience a journey through Aboriginal art with a variety of innovative, contemporary and traditional Aboriginal art and artefacts. 

Aspects of Kings Park

Aspects of Kings Park is a gallery and retail environment for the highest quality contemporary Australian and Western Australian craft and design.

  • Galleries:Craft,Furniture,Glass,Art Gallery,Jewellery,Painting,Pottery,Sculpture
  • Open Days/times:Monday - Sunday 9am - 5pm (closed Australia Day, Good Friday and Christmas Day)

Details

  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,Monday,Tuesday

Description

Barracks Arch

Barracks Arch, one of Perth's iconic historic buildings is located at the top of St George's Terrace. Built in 1866 it was originally the entrance to a larger building call the Pensioner Barracks.

  • Historical Sites:Buildings

Details

  • Open Days:Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday
  • Facilities:Free

Description

The Barracks was built to house the Enrolled Pensioner Force (also known as ‘Pensioner Guards’). The guards came to Australia on the convict ships that transported nearly 10,000 prisoners to Western Australia between 1850 – 1868.

The Barrracks were in use to house the Pensioner Foruce until 1887, between 1900 - 1904 the building was convered into offices. 

In the 1960’s the Government surmised there was no need for the Barracks and decided to demolish the buildings.The announcement created a public uproar and motivated the Royal Western Australian Historical Society to form a Barracks Defence Council. The Council worked diligently to keep the Arch however demolition proceeded and in 1966 all but the Arch was demolished.

Architect Richard Roach Jewell was appointed to design an appropriate building. He was at the time an employee of the Department of Public Works. He had arrived in Western Australia in 1851 and designed many of the important public buildings in Perth during the latter half of the nineteenth century, including the Pensioner Barracks. Some of his others designs include boys’ schools in Perth and Fremantle, Wesley Church, the oldest section of the Treasury Buildings, Perth Town Hall, Perth Goal and Government House.

Fire and Emergency Education and Heritage Centre

The Fire and Emergency Services Authority (FESA) Education and Heritage Centre is located in the original Perth Central Fire Station.

  • Museums:Local History,Other
  • Open Days/times:10AM - 3PM

Details

  • Facilities:Free,Wheelchair Access
  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday

Description

Now refurbished, the old station characterises both past and present emergency services’ through displays dedicated to the history of Western Australian (WA) fire services and a natural hazards and disasters education gallery.

Fusion Fine Arts Gallery

A contemporary mobile art gallery showcasing leading and up-and-coming Australian and international artists.

  • Open Days/times:Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm
  • Galleries:Photography,Art Gallery

Details

  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Tuesday

Description

Opening in 2002, Fusion Fine Arts now hold an exciting showcase of exhibitions throughout WA. Addtionally, they make frequent appearances at national and global art events.

They are dedicated to discovering the perfect piece to inspire your soul and invite you to share in their passion for fine art and design. 

Gallery 25

A new art gallery built to house professional exhibitions of art and design is now open at Edith Cowan University (ECU)

  • Galleries:Painting,Public Art Gallery

Details

  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

Description

Gallery 25 is the second art space at the Mount Lawley Campus and forms part of the School of Arts and Humanities new $5 million arts hub.  Its name celebrates ECU’s 25th anniversary in 2016.
 
The gallery will accommodate exhibitions from a high calibre of external artists. Exhibitions will include work from the ECU art collection, local and national collections, graduate exhibitions, and international artists.

Gallery 360

Gallery 360 is Western Australia’s renowned art, wall design and framing group. Our framing services are complemented by a collection of original artworks by local artists, reproductions, decorative wall art, mirrors and other specialised art services, presented by helpful people with a passion for what they do.

  • Galleries:Photography,Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:Monday - Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm, Thursday 8.30am - 6.30pm, Saturday 9am - 4pm

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

Gallery Central

Central's purpose-built gallery is a significant feature located in the heart Perth’s cultural area and the entertainment precinct of Northbridge.

  • Galleries:Art Gallery,Glass,Installation,Jewellery,Painting,Photography,Pottery,Sculpture,Textiles,Animations,Ceramics,Craft,Drawing,Furniture
  • Open Days/times:Monday - Friday 10am - 4.45pm, Saturday 12 - 4pm

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

The Gallery Central is part of North Metropolitan TAFE formerly Central Institute of Technology. The Gallery’s program includes exhibitions from local, national and international artists and an Artist-in-Residence Program, all within a stunningly appointed and centrally located Creative Industries training environment.

Admission is free and the Gallery Central has several spaces.
Exhibitions are accessible and relevant, appealing to a wide audience. The Gallery Central showcase a range of artists which from time to time includes the achievements of College staff, students and graduates. Creative Industries at Central teaches visual art, ceramics, jewellery, fashion and textiles, graphic design, interior design and decoration, design for industry, photography, film and TV, music, animation and multimedia.

 

Gallery Lumino

Gallery Lumino provides a wide selection of photographic and original fine art paintings.

  • Galleries:Painting,Photography,Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:Operating by appointment only

Details

  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

Located in the hub of Subiaco culture and shopping district in the iconic Regal Theatre building, Gallery Lumino provides a wide selection of photographic and original fine art paintings. 

They also do professional reproductions of Artworks for printing, archival and insurance purposes. 

Government House

Captain Sir James Stirling RN arrived from England to found the Colony of Western Australia which he proclaimed as the State’s first Lieutenant Governor in June 1829.

  • Historical Sites:Buildings
  • Open Days/times:Mon - Fri 9AM - 5PM

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

Description

Government House is currently, and has been the home to successive Governors of Western Australia since 1863. 
 
The spacious, beautiful domain in central Perth on which the current Government House now stands has been the site of two other Vice Regal residences, now demolished, erected in the earliest days of European settlemen

Harvison Gallery

Harvison Gallery sells contemporary Indigenous and non Indigenous art. The gallery specialises in emerging and mid-career artists.

  • Galleries:Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:open everyday from 7am (closed public holidays)

Details

  • Open Days:Saturday,Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday
  • Facilities:Cafe

Description

Harvison Gallery offers exhibitions, an online exhibition, event space and a coffee boutique Art Starter. 

Holmes à Court Gallery

The Holmes à Court Gallery features a rich program of art exhibitions and events supporting a wide range of West Australian and Australian artists.

  • Galleries:Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:Tuesday - Sunday 11am-5pm

Details

  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday
  • Wheelchair Access:Yes

Description

The Holmes à Court Gallery celebrates and promotes the richness, diversity and significance of Western Australian and Australian artwork. The Holmes à Court Gallery at Vasse Felix is situated in the State's south-west at Cowaramup, near Margaret River. The Holmes à Court Gallery at no.10 is situated at 10 Douglas St in West Perth. Our changing program includes events of national and international interest, developed through cultural, academic and business relations. Exhibitions and events provide opportunity for conversation, discussions and debate about art and Australian culture and mark the gallery's contribution to the wider community.

Holmes à Court Gallery @ no.10

New 500+ m2 exhibition/event space. We're in the early stages of development with this, but we're ready at last to share it with you.

  • Open Days/times:Open 7 days 12pm-8pm (Closed : 5-8pm on 23 April and 4-6pm on 12 May)
  • Galleries:Painting

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays

Description

The first exhibition is The Border Crossers by Clyde McGill with a accompanying event program:
 
Dolorosa Opera Performance : 2pm Sundays
Speakers Day : 5 May 2018  
 
See full details here http://www.holmesacourtgallery.com.au/files/2018_The_Border_Crossers/Speakers_Day_Programme_Crossing_Borders_050518.pdf

Karen Cavania

a London raised girl now living in Western Australia. Artwork licenses around the world feature Karen's artwork and designs.

  • Represented Artists:Karen Cavania
  • Galleries:Painting,Artist Studio

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

An art space and gallery run by Karen Cavania atop the Jaffle Shack in the heart of Subiaco.

Linton and Kay Galleries Subiaco

Located in Perth, Western Australia, Linton & Kay Galleries hosts an impressive collection of quality fine art, complemented by a range of exhibitions, events and art services.

  • Open Days/times:Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sundays 11am - 4pm
  • Galleries:Painting,Art Gallery

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Directors Linton Partington and Gary Kay have established extensive networks enabling them to produce exhibitions and projects with established and emerging artists from around Australia and the world.

Following the opening of the original Subiaco Gallery in 1998, Linton & Kay Galleries has had a gallery at Mandoon Estate Winery in the Swan Valley since 2015 and is currently relocating from the Perth CBD to an exciting new arts precinct in West Perth.

The galleries specialise in contemporary painting, sculpture and Aboriginal Art, and enjoy a dedicated client base. Linton & Kay Galleries are committed to providing corporate, private and investment collectors access to fine art of the highest quality.

Linton and Kay Galleries West Perth

Linton & Kay Galleries has recently relocating the CBD gallery to an exciting new arts precinct in West Perth.

  • Galleries:Painting
  • Open Days/times:Monday to Saturday 10am-4pm

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

Located in Perth, Western Australia, Linton & Kay Galleries hosts an impressive collection of quality fine art, which is complemented by a range of exhibitions, events and art services. Directors Linton Partington and Gary Kay have established extensive networks enabling them to produce exhibitions and projects with both established and emerging artists from around Australia and the world.

Mark Parfitt - Overhouse (POSTPONED)

An examination of the home as a site for sculpture.

  • Open Days/times:Mon-Fri 10am-4.45pm; sat 12-4pm
  • Represented Artists:Mark Parfitt
  • Galleries:Installation

Details

  • Wheelchair Access:Yes
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

11 May - 12 June

MARK PARFITT - Overhouse

An examination of the home as a site for sculpture. Combining DIY construction, audience participation and the artist’s own house, the project contributes to a conversation seeking new understandings of homemaking beyond the expectations of ordinary living in the suburbs of Perth.

 

Mirage Gallery

Promoting and displaying the work of quality Australian artists and photographers, Mirage Gallery love the incredible diversity of Australian art.

  • Open Days/times:Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday 11am - 4pm
  • Galleries:Art Gallery,Painting,Photography

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

The gallery's space located in Subiaco, has been operating as a digital lab and framing studio for many years, re-launching in 2019 as the 'Mirage Gallery'. 

It offers a fantastic venue to view and purchase stunning Australian landscape photographs, prints and paintings by a diverse range of Australian artists. 

Throughout the year they represent a variety of exhibitions, as well as offer an extensive range of fine art prints, photographs and original paintings for sale on their online store.  

Museum of Performing Arts

The Museum of Performing Arts houses more than 40,000 catalogued items of theatre memorabilia collected by the theatre's historian. Items such as glamorous costumes, photographs, press clippings, scripts, scores and other historic pieces are publicly exhibited at the Museum, DownStairs at the Maj, with a new exhibition to view every six to eight weeks. The oldest item in the Museum collection dates back to 1854 - a beautiful silk programme from a Perth performance of amateur theatricals.

  • Museums:Local History,Other
  • Open Days/times:Mon - Fri 10AM - 4PM

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

Description

HISTORY AND TOURS OF THE MUSEUM OF PERFORMING ARTS

Throughout its colourful and exciting history, His Majesty's Theatre has hosted a myriad of performance genres - from ballet to contemporary dance, opera to musical theatre, vaudeville to stand-up comedy, Shakespearean drama to pantomime and more.

Performers who have graced the stage at 'The Maj' include: Dame Nellie Melba, Anna Pavlova, Gladys Moncrieff, Dame Margot Fonteyn and Sir Robert Helpmann, as well as Academy Award winners Katharine Hepburn, Vivien Leigh, Sir John Gielgud, Claudette Colbert, Rex Harrison and Geoffrey Rush.


These performers, and thousands more who have performed at His Majesty's Theatre since 1904, have all contributed to the cultural and social livelihood of Western Australia. In a fitting celebration of this, in February 2001, His Majesty's Theatre opened the Museum of Performing Arts.

The Museum of Performing Arts is curated by Theatre Historian Ivan King and Friends of His Majesty's Theatre are only too happy to assist with enquiries.

Read the biography of Theatre Historian Ivan King.

The Museum of Performing Arts houses more than 40,000 catalogued items of theatre memorabilia collected by the theatre's historian. Items such as glamorous costumes, photographs, press clippings, scripts, scores and other historic pieces are publicly exhibited at the Museum, DownStairs at the Maj, with a new exhibition to view every six to eight weeks. The oldest item in the Museum collection dates back to 1854 - a beautiful silk programme from a Perth performance of amateur theatricals.

Find out about our various theatre tours including: Grand Historical, Behind the Scenes, School Education and Technical.

To access the extensive collection of archival production photographs, visit the Museum of Performing Arts website at www.mopa.com.au 

Museum Of Perth

The Museum of Perth chronicles the social, cultural, political and architectural history of Perth.

  • Open Days/times:Mon - Fri 10am - 4pm
  • Museums:Local History

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

Description

Our exhibition gallery serves as a meeting place of ideas and stories, a retail space, micro-cinema and a cultural hub in a part of our city that is in flux. 

The Museum is an initiative of the Perth History Association Inc, a not-for-profit organisation founded in 2015; We are seeking volunteers and financial supporters to help us along the way, so please get in touch if you would like to help. 

 

Old Court House Law Museum

The Old Court House Law Museum is unique to Australia and one of a very small number of law museums worldwide. It is housed in the City of Perth's oldest building, constructed in 1836.

  • Museums:Local History,Other
  • Open Days/times:Tue - Fri 10AM - 4PM

Details

  • Facilities:Free
  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

Description

The museum's objective is to promote understanding of the law, legal issues and the legal profession in Western Australia’s community and to preserve the history of the law and the legal profession in this state. The museum is a community service managed by the Law Society of Western Australia and is sponsored by the Public Purposes Trust and the Department of the Attorney General.

Early Days
The Old Court House is Perth’s oldest remaining public building and was the most prominent building in the early days of the Swan River Colony. For the first six years of the Colony, court was held in the Anglican Church of St James: a small building with rush walls and thatched roof.

In 1836 Governor Stirling called for tenders for the construction of a new court and accepted the lowest bid of £698. The building was designed by the Colony’s Civil Engineer, Henry William Reveley. When it opened in 1837 it also served as a church for all denominations and a schoolroom.

Concert Hall
The Old Court House was important in the early musical life of the colonists and was the scene of the first public concert. In 1846, Dom Salvado, a Spanish Benedictine Monk, gave a piano recital in the courtroom to raise funds to develop a mission. Salvado walked more than 100 kilometres to Perth from near New Norcia and gave a Bellini recital to a packed audience in the ragged clothes he arrived in.


Trial of John Gaven
The trial of John Gaven, the first European executed in the Colony, took place in the Old Court House in 1844. Gaven, a petty thief, was 15 years old when he was transported from Parkhurst Prison on the Isle of Wight and apprenticed to the Pollard family in the South West. Within a few months of his arrival, he was accused of the murder of 18 year old George Pollard. He was found guilty in the Old Court House and was hanged three days later outside the Roundhouse in Fremantle on Easter Saturday.


Convicts
In February 1849 a meeting of State importance was held in the Old Court House. In response to a labour shortage, farmers and merchants called a meeting at which a motion was passed in favour of a full penal colony. The following year convicts began to arrive.


Representative Government
The Old Court House was the venue for a public meeting to demand Representative Government. The demands were unsuccessful until 1870.

Arbitration Court
From 1905 to 1964 the State Industrial Arbitration Court proceedings were held in the Old Court House.

Law Society of Western Australia
From 1965 -1987 the Old Court House served as the office of the Law Society of Western Australia.

In 1987 the building was refurbished and opened to the public as the Francis Burt Law Education Centre and Museum - one of the few law museums worldwide.

In 1992 the Court House was listed by the National Trust as a Heritage Site.  

Today the Old Court House Law Museum houses exhibition galleries and court room.  It is  home to the Francis Burt Law Education Programme.

 

 

Paper Mountain

Paper Mountain is a Perth based artist run initiative with a gallery, co-working space and studios, located in the heart of Northbridge, WA.

  • Galleries:Artisan Workshop,Art Gallery

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays

Description

Paper Mountain presents a top notch program of surprising new art and ideas, and is dedicated to supporting a broad span of contemporary art projects. Our space is malleable and we use it to nurture experimentation, to challenge artists’ practices, and to encourage collaboration and skill/resource sharing.
 
Founded in late 2011 by Anna Dunnill, Amber Harries, Stephen Genovese & Joanna Sulkowski, Paper Mountain is currently co-directed by a team of eight who between them manage: the studios, special projects, exhibitions, events, communications, finance, media & artistic programming.
 

Perth Town Hall

The Perth Town Hall, situated on the corner of Hay and Barrack streets, is the only convict-built town hall in Australia.

  • Open Days/times:Mon - Sat 10AM - 4PM
  • Historical Sites:Buildings

Details

  • Facilities:Wheelchair Access
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

Designed by Richard Roach Jewell and James Manning in the Victorian Free Gothic style, the hall was built by convicts and free men between 1868 and 1870. Its decorations contain a number of convict motifs, including windows in the shape of the broad arrow, and decorations in the shape of a hangman's rope.

The foundation stone for Perth Town Hall was laid on 24 May 1867 by Governor Hampton in a ceremony involving a lot of pomp and parade. However there were torrential downpours. The ceremony went on anyway with an official procession from Government House and a mock battle performed by the Volunteer Regiments, Enrolled Forces of Pensioners, and the WA Country Regiment.

In 1929, the Centenary of Western Australia one of the events in the city of Perth was the placing of a commemorative plaque in the north west corner of the building by the Governor Sir William Campion. 

PICA: Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

The Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) is one of Australia's leading centres for the development and presentation of contemporary art.

  • Galleries:Installation,Painting,Photography,Sculpture,Mixed Media
  • Open Days/times:Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm

Details

  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

The Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) is one of Australia's leading centres for the development and presentation of contemporary art.

Housed in a large and striking heritage building in the heart of Perth, Western Australia, PICA is the city's focal point for those wishing to experience the best of Australian and international visual, performing and cross-disciplinary art.

PICA is both a producing and presenting institution that runs a year round program of changing exhibitions, seasons in contemporary dance, theatre and performance and a range of interdisciplinary projects. It boasts one of the largest and most breath-taking exhibition spaces in Australia and has become known for the leading role it plays in the presentation of significant new work.

PICA's key aim is to promote, support and present contemporary arts and to stimulate critical discussion around the arts and broader cultural issues. Providing a site for experimentation, critical analysis, discussion and debate is fundamental to its charter. PICA is known for the rigour and breadth of its artistic and education programs, high production standards and impeccable presentation. In many aspects of its operations, PICA might be understood as an incubator: providing resources, mentoring and support for both emerging and mature artists whilst promoting new and emerging ideas, forms and practices to the broader community.

PICA is an icon of contemporary thinking - it is a catalyst for innovative and ground breaking art and culture. Not constrained by convention, PICA gives artists and audiences a glimpse of what is possible. 

Saint Mary's Catholic Church

St. Mary’s Catholic Church is built on land once owned by the Leeder family.

  • Historical Sites:Churches
  • Open Days/times:Mon - Fri 8AM - 6PM, Sat 8AM - 7.30PM, Sun 9.15AM - 12PM

Details

  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Monday
  • Facilities:Free

Description

The role of the Parish Pastoral Council is to promote the Church’s mission to live and communicate the love and values of Christ in the world around us. The Council shares in the responsibility for the ongoing life and development of our parish community to provide support for their faith and the mission of the church.It involves listening and studying the life and activity of the parish to:
Research and identify needs, ideas, hopes and feedback of parishioners
Encourage and support the continuing good work of existing groups within our parish
Develop, implement, review and improve pastoral programs
Set short-term and long-term pastoral goals for our parish community within our Archdiocesan priorities
Provide support for our Priest, working collaboratively with him and with each other.

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