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Each exhibition in ART ON THE MOVE’s Touring Exhibition Program tours for a total 24 months, travelling to venues and communities across WA and interstate. ART ON THE MOVE takes on the role of Tour Manager to coordinate and manage all aspects of the exhibition. We cover artist/curator fees, marketing and promotion, education, community engagement, tour management, production and logistics, and ongoing support throughout the tour. The average value of an ART ON THE MOVE touring exhibition to a receiving venue per booking is approximately $15,000 (including education). The receiving venues who host an exhibition pay a highly reduced loan fee of approximately $3,500 (WA only, price may increase for inter-state tours).

The six exhibitions currently part of our touring program explore themes of identity, connection to community, and cultural relationships through powerful historic and contemporary stories. The 54 featured artists present 148 artworks across painting, photography, sculpture, film, and installation that engage with audiences and make for a diverse and challenging program of exhibitions.

For more information and to enquire about hosting any of our touring exhibitions please contact Exhibitions Touring Officer Olivia Nichols on (08) 9249 3479 exhibitions@artonthemove.art

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ART ON THE MOVE accept Expressions of Interest annually to be considered for the touring program. Subscribe to our e-newsletter to stay up to date with announcements!

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Dead CentreBeach Street StorageWed Nov 1 – Tue Mar 31

Dead Centre is a group exhibition curated by Anna Louise Richardson and Abdul-Rahman Abdullah that aims to articulate the problematic expectations on...

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Yagu Gurlbarl (Big Secret) By Julie DowlingShark Bay World Heritage & Discovery CentreWed Sep 4 – Sun Oct 27

Yagu Gurlbarl (Big Secret) artist Julie Dowling explores the theme of slavery in Australia for First Nations peoples both in past centuries and in cu...

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Ngala Wongga (Come Talk)Cannery Arts CentreFri Oct 18 – Mon Nov 11

Ngala Wongga (Come Talk) – Cultural significance of languages in the Goldfields is a collaboration with the Aboriginal community in Goldfields,...

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Machines & MakersBunbury Regional Art GallerySat Dec 14 – Sun Feb 16

Machines & Makers: displaying a healthy obsession for sewing machines captures the extraordinary history of a disruptive technology from the 19th...

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PujimanBeach Street GalleryThu Jan 16 – Thu Feb 13

Pujiman is a major collaboration between Spinifex Hill Artists and Martumili Artists. The art centres, both located in the Pilbara region of Western A...

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How Did I Get Here?Bunbury Regional Art GallerySat Jan 18 – Sun Mar 1

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 s...