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15 Jul 2019
Carnarvon's Gwoonwardu Mia Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre will officially reopen later this year under the management of the Western Australian Museum, following a $2.5 million funding commitment by the State Government.
08 Jul 2019
It is 'game on' these school holidays with Western Australia's first ever virtual reality festival kicking off today (July 6).
08 Jul 2019
Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman has today announced a new interim leadership team will oversee the Art Gallery of Western Australia for a six-month period.
08 Jul 2019
The McGowan Government is calling for creative food, beverage and retail partners to submit proposals to operate three commercial spaces in the new museum for Western Australia.
01 Jul 2019
Collie is again set to launch one of regional Australia's richest art prizes, following the success of the inaugural 2018 edition which drew more than 500 entries nationally and attracted hundreds of visitors to the town.
01 Jul 2019
Western Australian Aboriginal music artists are invited to nominate for the 2019 NAIDOC Music Awards.
01 Jul 2019
More than $300,000 in funding has been provided to Western Australia's contemporary music artists this year as part of the Contemporary Music Fund Grant Program.
06 Jun 2019
Western Australia is mourning the loss of an artistic and civic legend, with the passing of Max Kay overnight.
31 May 2019
Each year on Western Australia Day, the State Records Office releases to the public State Cabinet records that have been kept secret for 30 years. This year, Cabinet records from 1988 will be released. To assist in accessing these records, the State Records Office has made an online guide available.
27 May 2019
A new $100,000 pilot fund opening today will give Western Australia's creative pioneers an opportunity to power up the virtual reality, augmented reality and video games industries.