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Learning and Engagement

Image credit: Opening of Jila Kujarra: Two Snakes Dreaming at Courthouse Gallery, Port Hedland. Photography by Amelia Blanco.

At ART ON THE MOVE we offer our community and Western Australians creative ways to engage with art, fostering deep connections and encouraging new ways of looking at the world and participating in contemporary cultural and artistic communities.

We work with a diverse group of artists across our programs and develop activities in partnership with creative organisations across industries to build and share knowledge, and to develop and grow a wide variety of audiences for the arts in Western Australia. 

Inspired by the artists we tour, and inviting the widest range of participants, we work to offer a range of inclusive events and activities that reflect the diversity of the communities we live in and art forms that exist- with the aim of sharing and shaping the possibilities for positive impact creativity can have in our lives in a rapidly changing world.

Our programmes include large scale events, workshops, artist talks, tours, longer term artist residencies and projects as well as online activities and resources. Our learning programmes are for everyone. They take place in the galleries, in the community and online. 

Browse our upcoming and past events below.

UPCOMING EVENTS

PAST EVENTS

  • Rose de Freycinet Art Gallery, Shark Bay

    FREE WORKSHOP: Painting and Textiles

    17 — 18 Feb 2024

    To celebrate the opening of Jila Kujarra: Two Snakes Dreaming in Shark Bay, you are invited to a weekend of free painting and punch needling workshops with artists Desmond Taylor and Mariaan Pugh. Read more

    To celebrate the opening of Jila Kujarra: Two Snakes Dreaming in Shark Bay, you are invited to a weekend of free painting and punch needling workshops with artists Desmond Taylor and Mariaan Pugh.

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  • Albany Town Hall

    ARTIST TALK: The Alternative Archive

    3 Feb 2024

    Albany Town Hall invites you to join them for an insightful talk with Southwest artist Louise Tasker and local artist Annette Davis at the exciting upcoming exhibition: The Alternative Archive.  Read more

    Albany Town Hall invites you to join them for an insightful talk with Southwest artist Louise Tasker and local artist Annette Davis at the exciting upcoming exhibition: The Alternative Archive. 

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  • ONLINE INFO SESSION: Regional Arts Venue Support Program

    16 Jan 2024

    Watch the online information session with representatives from the DLGSC (Culture and the Arts) to learn more about this new funding opportunity for venues. Read more

    Watch the online information session with representatives from the DLGSC (Culture and the Arts) to learn more about this new funding opportunity for venues.

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  • Bunbury Regional Art Gallery

    FREE WORKSHOP: Watercolours & Storytelling

    7 Jan 2024

    Shark Bay artist and marine scientist, Sofie Seyah warmly welcomes children and their parents to a fun and engaging beginner’s workshop.  Read more

    Shark Bay artist and marine scientist, Sofie Seyah warmly welcomes children and their parents to a fun and engaging beginner’s workshop. 

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  • Bunbury Regional Art Gallery

    FREE WORKSHOP: Idea To Audience

    14 Oct 2023

    Join The Alternative Archive curator, Anna Louise Richardson, in this workshop where you will learn how to take your idea to an audience. Read more

    Join The Alternative Archive curator, Anna Louise Richardson, in this workshop where you will learn how to take your idea to an audience.

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  • John Curtin Gallery

    Open Borders WA Regional Visual Arts Summit

    10 — 13 Aug 2023

    A four-day professional development experience for regionally based artists, arts workers, curators and venue managers. Read more

    A four-day professional development experience for regionally based artists, arts workers, curators and venue managers.

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