A tailored art appreciation & reflection program for people living with dementia. Art as a tool to explore and reflect has been found to enhance socialisation and communication for people
“Out of the Suitcase” investigates the idea of “home” from the local and domestic to the wider global issue of migration, through mixed media floor and wall installations on wooden
Foyer Gallery Plein air painting is a phrase borrowed from the French equivalent meaning “open (in full) air”. Artists have long painted outdoors, but in the mid-19th century, working in
Official premier screening of ‘Timewarp’ an experimental film by David Carson video artist & Justin Wiggan sound artist. ‘Timewarp’ is Carson’s abstracted and poetic visual response to Wiggan’s soundscape, as
This is the thirteenth year of the Mandjar Art Award and the thirteenth year of the establishment of the Mandurah Performing Arts Inc, Art Collection. AWARDS $15,000 Alcoa Australia’s Aluminium
A collection of creative sculptures created from found objects and recreated to tell a new story, breathing new life and new energy. An artist of the people with a prime
Sixty Years of Painting Don Mummery was born in Narrogin, Western Australia, in 1932. He completed his formal art training at Perth Technical College (now Central Metropolitan College of TAFE)
AMAG: FOYER GALLERY Professional artist, writer and philosopher, James Holmyard was a man that touched many lives. Over the 40 years of his artistic career, he worked predominantly in oils.