How Did I Get Here?
April 12 to May 11
About this exhibition
How Did I Get Here? is the first capsule exhibition from the Art Gallery of WA (AGWA) State Art Collection featuring video and photographic works by seven Australian contemporary artists. These works will be interwoven with complementary pieces from the local art collections; asking the question ‘How Did I Get Here?’ inviting audiences to contemplate how their relationships and environments define their sense of self.
ART ON THE MOVE and AGWA have come together for the Regional Exhibition Touring Boost (RETB), funded by the State Government, to develop a new WA regional touring program called Freighting Ideas. This collaborative touring model challenges traditional touring processes and aims to develop genuine relationships, meaningful encounters, community connections and the contribution of many different voices.
Famous Sharron, famous for nothing at all, is the Freighting Ideas Audience Ambassador and will connect audiences and the touring exhibitions. She will reach out with her unique Shazzisms, through direct engagement, provocations, a book launch and site-specific activations.
This is an ART ON THE MOVE and Art Gallery of WA touring program developed as part of Freighting Ideas project.
This project has been made possible through the Regional Exhibition Touring Boost managed by the Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries, supported by Royalties for Regions and delivered in partnership by ART ON THE MOVE and the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
The Act-Belong-Commit Engagement Program presented by ART ON THE MOVE is sponsored by Healthway promoting the Act-Belong-Commit health message.
16 Austral Terrace, Katanning WA 6317, Australia
ART ON THE MOVE and Art Gallery of WA
From the State Art Collection:
Tony Albert (QLD), Michael Cook (WA), Petrina Hicks (NSW), David Rosetzky (VIC), Graham Miller (WA), Toni Wilkinson (WA), and Anne Zahalka (NSW).
Photography and Video
- April 13 - May 11
- Katanning Gallery
- July 20 - September 1
- Collie Art Gallery
- September 14 - October 13
- Ningaloo Centre, Exmouth
- January 18 - March 1
- Bunbury Regional Art Galleries
- July 4 - August 9
- The East Pilbara Art Centre
- August 22 - September 12
- Geraldton Regional Art Gallery
- see artgallery.wa.gov.au for 2020 dates
- Art Gallery of WA