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A small group of people are looking at Aboriginal art works on the wall in an art gallery

Emerging talent in spotlight for Revealed 2024 art exhibition

May 6, 2024
When Revealed 2024 opens its doors on 9 May, visitors to the Aboriginal Art Exhibition at Fremantle Arts Centre will have the opportunity to see more than 150 pieces from some of WA’s finest First Nations artists.
A small group of people looking at Aboriginal art works on the wall in an art gallery

First Nations organisation takes reins for major arts showcase

Dec 6, 2023
The Aboriginal Art Centre Hub of Western Australia (AACHWA) has been awarded $930,000 by the State Government to lead a major event on the WA arts calendar for 2024-2026.
Image outside the WA Maritime Museum with two yellow boxing kangaroos in front.

Australia II: 40 Years On exhibition opens at WA Maritime Museum

Sep 14, 2023
Step back in time, relive the excitement and experience the legacy of Australia II’s historic America’s Cup win at the WA Maritime Museum’s ‘Australia II – 40 Years On’ exhibition.
Illustrations from Alice in Wonderland are arranged around a pattern of colourful concentric circles

Come and fall down the rabbit hole and into Wonderland

Dec 16, 2022
Upend your expectations and reward your curiosity at the playful and highly immersive Wonderland exhibition, now on at the WA Museum Boola Bardip.
Promotional illustration with stylised lettering. Text reads, 'Thomas Dambo, Giants of Mandurah Western Australia 12 November 2022'

Australian-first Giants of Mandurah come to life in Peel region

Nov 8, 2022
In an Australian-first the 'Giants of Mandurah' will come to life this weekend in a spectacular free exhibition of larger-than-life hidden sculptures by world-renowned Danish artist, Thomas Dambo.
Page reviewed 23 August 2023