Walk-in Tours

Generously guided by our Voluntary Gallery Guides

FREE

 

April

may

Monday 6, 13, 20
11am & 1pm – For Love of Country; conflict and compassion in art

Monday 27
11am, 1pm & 2pm – For Love of Country; conflict and compassion in art

Monday 4, 11, 18, 25
11am & 1pm – Out of the West: works by WA artists in Your State Art Collection


Wednesday 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
11am & 1pm – Life, death & rebirth in the work of Mariko Mori

Wednesday 6, 13, 20, 27
11am & 1pm – For Love of Country; conflict and compassion in art



Thursday 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
11am & 1pm - Works of art by women in Your State Art Collection

Thursday 9 & 16 (school holiday tour)
10.30am – For Love of Country general tour

Thursday 7, 14, 21, 28
11am & 1pm – 11am & 1pm – Diverse & Dynamic: A look at Indigenous art


Friday 10, 17, 24
1pm - Highlights of Your State Art Collection

Friday 10 & 17 (school holiday tour)
10.30am – For Love of Country general tour

Friday 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
1pm – Highlights of Your State Art Collection



Saturday 4, 11, 25
11am & 1pm – Diverse & Dynamic: A look at Indigenous art

Saturday 11 & 18 (school holiday tour)
10.30am – For Love of Country general tour

Saturday 11
2pm – Slow Art Day tour of Mariko Mori: Rebirth

Saturday 18
11am, 1pm & 2pm – Diverse & Dynamic: Indigenous Art Revealed

Saturday 25
11am, 1pm & 2pm – For Love of Country; conflict and compassion in art

Saturday 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
11am & 1pm – Life, death & rebirth in the work of Mariko Mori


Sunday 5, 12, 19, 26
11am & 1pm – Life, death & rebirth in the work of Mariko Mori

Sunday 26
11am, 1pm & 2pm – For Love of Country; conflict and compassion in art

Sunday 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
11am & 1pm – For Love of Country; conflict and compassion in art

*Guided tour is free but exhibition admission fees apply.

Please note that recording of tours is not permitted.


National Trust Heritage Festival

Saturday 18 April – Monday 18 May 2015

Works of art can be used to communicate ideas, record events, tell stories and build our cultural heritage.

Join one of our fully trained Voluntary Gallery Guides who will use a range of examples from the historical, Indigenous and contemporary displays to help you discover how artists, both Australian and international, create images that can shape identity and heritage.

There is a different themed guided tour each day.

Diverse & Dynamic: Indigenous Art Revealed

11am, 1pm & 2pm, Saturday 18 April 2015


Join one of fully trained Voluntary Gallery Guides on a tour of works of art by Indigenous West Australians. After your tour explore the Revealed Art Marketplace in the Urban Orchard, just outside the Gallery. Aboriginal art centres from Western Australia will display and sell an exciting range of work directly to the public.

Art Marketplace is open from 12 noon until 7pm.

Both the talk and the Marketplace are free.


For Love of Country (ANZAC DAY + long weekend tours)

11am, 1pm, 2pm, Sat 25 April – Mon 27 April 2015

Many artists in Your State Art Collection have used their thoughts, feelings and experiences of conflict to create art that can be deeply meaningful and devastatingly personal.


Join one of Voluntary Gallery Guides on a tour of some of these works and discover the stories behind the artworks and the impact that conflict has on our community and identity.

Guided Tours are approximately 45 minutes long and are suitable for all ages.

Specialised Guided Tours

Art & Memories Tour

Free guided tour for people living with dementia
Small groups and their carers are able to discover how works of art can encourage conversation, evoke memories and reminiscences.

Sensational Art tours

Free Touch Tours for visitors who are vision impaired.
Join one of our trained Voluntary Gallery Guides for your customised tour of selected three dimensional works from the State Art Collection.

Bookings essential. Phone +61 8 9492 6644 or email educate@artgallery.wa.gov.au


 

Please note:

1.  Advertised tours and talks may be subject to change without prior notice.
     We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

2.  No pre-booking required.

3.  The Gallery is closed Tuesdays.

4.  Tours run for approximately one hour, with the exception of Friday Focus tours,
     which run for approximately half an hour.

 

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